• John Adams

    Thoughts on Government (1776)

    ~ by James Still ~ In 1776, John Adams was asked to share his opinions on government. In response, Adams wrote several letters and a pamphlet entitled, Thoughts on Government. Adams touched on three branches of government and a system of checks and balances. Thoughts …

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  • John Jay

    We Fight For Freedom (1776)

    ~ by James Still ~ Following the American losses in the fall of 1776 and prior to the victory at Trenton, several States issued addresses in an effort to encourage their citizens. Among the addresses given was one to the citizens of New York written …

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  • Gen Wahington

    Who was George Washington? (1732 – 1799)

    ~ by James Still ~ George Washington was born in Virginia on February 22, 1732. He was appointed County Surveyor at the age of 17 and joined the British Army at 21. Washington was a Virginia Delegate to the First Continental Congress, Commander-in-Chief of the …

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  • Article 1

    No Time to Rest

    (Posted just hours before the inauguration of Donald Trump)   There have not been so many good options for conservatives since the Republican primaries.  With Hillary’s star fading, many of us have noted a feeling as if a great weight has been lifted from the …

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  • True the Vote

    True the Vote to Audit Entire Presidential Election

    2016. Just…. WOW! 2017. Now, it’s time to bring an end to election fraud. Our plans are set. We intend to conduct a comprehensive forensic audit of the entire election – all 136+ million votes. The audit will focus on the groups, locations, and processes …

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  • Trump White House Move

    President Trump’s Move to the White House

    With the 2016 election having now come and gone, the next stop on the Presidential path is Inauguration Day 2017. Of course, before we get there, President Obama and President-Elect Trump have some residential matters to take care of. Yes, even the leader of the …

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  • Washingtons Army

    Life in Washington’s Army (1776 – 1777)

    ~ by James Still ~ Soldiers often endure hardships and make many sacrifices while serving their country. During America’s struggle for Independence, for example, many soldiers went without adequate food or sleep; clothing or bedding. Most of General Washington’s troops, however, endured without a single …

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  • Battle Of Trenton

    Battle of Trenton (1776)

    ~ by James Still ~ It was 3:00 a.m. when the last piece of artillery crossed the Delaware. General Washington gathered his troops and, in the unrelenting storm, began the nine-mile march to Trenton. Despite arriving after daylight and three hours behind schedule, the Americans …

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  • Crossing The Deleware

    Crossing the Delaware (1776)

    ~ by James Still ~ The majority of Washington’s militia enlistments were expiring at the end of the year. Suspecting few to reenlist, Washington desperately needed a victory. Beginning at sunset on Christmas Day, Washington’s plan was to move his army and artillery across the …

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  • 1776 Crisis

    The American Crisis (1776)

    ~ by James Still ~ In the fall of 1776, the American army lost to British forces at Long Island (NY), White Plains (NY), Ft. Washington and Ft. Lee. Historians estimate over 500 Americans were killed and over 4000 American soldiers were taken prisoner. The …

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