Category Archives: US History

Patrick Henry’s words instill a love of liberty in future generations

Richmond, Va. — From Arlington National Cemetery to Appomattox Court House, Virginia is a veritable history lesson that illuminates how America became what it is today. View article…

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The 17th Amendment Revisited

By Thomas E. Brewton Original provisions of the Constitution intended to prevent Congress from enacting "dumb" laws were vitiated by ratification of the 17th Amendment. Before ratification of the 17th Amendment it's unlikely that a Senate committee would have needed … Continue reading

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The Vietnam War: What Role Did Outside Countries Play?

Soviet Union The Soviet Union was responsible for supplying North Vietnam with military apparatus – in the form of tanks, helicopters, planes, arms and artillery. They also provided medical supplies. The Soviet union suffered minimally, in terms of human life, … Continue reading

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Support H.R. 888: American Religious History Week

David Barton of WallBuilders reports on the following legislation pending in Congress (more information is available through the WallBuilders): In the latter months of 2007, there was a flurry of incidents attempting to censor America's religious heritage (e.g., the capstone … Continue reading

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Was America Founded as a Christian Nation?

By Robert E. Meyer Numerous skeptics and modern historians raise an interesting question that has been hotly disputed in recent years; whether or not America was founded as a "Christian Nation." Generally, secular humanists have tried to refute this claim … Continue reading

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