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Posts Tagged ‘Judeo-Christian foundations of America’

Hawaii annexed by United States

Hawaii annexed by United States

American Minute with Bill Federer Hawaii became a U.S. Territory JULY 7, 1898, as President McKinley signed the Treaty of Annexation. In 1778, British Captain James Cook discovered the islands, and in 1779, he was killed there. The Hawaiian Islands were united by King Kamehameha I in 1810. In 1819, King Kamehameha I died. His wife, [...]

Obama Censors the Declaration of Independence

Obama Censors the Declaration of Independence

BY PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY Who does President Barack Obama think he is that he can change the wording of the Declaration of Independence? Again and again he presumes to quote the great Declaration while making a significant change: he omits the word “Creator.” Americans know that the Declaration of Independence proclaims as a matter of fact [...]

Marriage of President Grover Cleveland and His Foreign Policy on Turkey

Marriage of President Grover Cleveland and His Foreign Policy on Turkey

American Minute with Bill Federer A wedding took place in the White House, JUNE 2, 1886. One of three Presidents to marry in office and the only President to wed on White House grounds, Grover Cleveland married Frances Folsom, and together they had five children. Cleveland, both the 22nd and 24th President, stated in his 2nd Inaugural, [...]

Harry S. Truman, 33rd President

Harry S. Truman, 33rd President

American Minute with Bill Federer The 33rd U.S. President was born MAY 8, 1884. He was captain of a field artillery battery in France during World War I, a county judge, a U.S. Senator, and Vice-President under Franklin Roosevelt. His name was Harry S Truman. When Franklin D. Roosevelt died, Harry S. Truman became the 33rd President. [...]

7th day of the Siege of the Alamo

7th day of the Siege of the Alamo

American Minute with Bill Federer The Alamo mission at San Antonio was in its 7th day of being assaulted by thousands of Santa Anna's troops. By the 13th day, Santa Anna's "take-no-prisoner" policy had all the defenders, numbering between 182-257, killed, including Jim Bowie and former U.S. Congressman Davy Crockett, and the few that [...]

Apostle to the Indians and the First Book Printed in America

Apostle to the Indians and the First Book Printed in America

American Minute with Bill Federer The first book printed in America was the Bay Psalm Book by John Eliot, who was baptized in England as an infant on AUGUST 5, 1604. Called "Apostle to the Indians," he sailed to America and preached his first sermon in the Algonquian language in 1646. He translated the Ten Commandments, Lord's Prayer and the [...]

What Is To Be Done? — Steve Farrell

What Is To Be Done? — Steve Farrell

By Steve Farrell In response to the question, "What is to be done?" Or more to the point, 'What is to be done to save the Republic from the grasp of the Establishment and its drive toward domestic and international socialism?' Barry Goldwater, in his 1994 book, "The Conscience of a Conservative," advised: "The ancient and tested truths that [...]