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The Greatest Americans Ever

The Greatest Americans Ever

The Discovery Channel recently decided to come up with a list of the twenty-five greatest Americans. Through a series of nominations and eliminations, they allowed viewers to cast their vote. In the end there were a hundred names from which ...

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An Early History of American Oil

An Early History of American Oil

In 1818, a salt well suddenly began to fill with oil, making it the first well to produce crude oil in America. People had known about such oil seeps in western Pennsylvania for centuries. Native Americans, as far back as ...

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A Day of Rage in America

A Day of Rage in America

With shop owners still surveying their losses in the wake of the riots in Great Britain, American radicals are preparing for their own “spontaneous” demonstrations against U.S. capitalism. September 17th has been designated a “Day of Rage,” in which demonstrators ...

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American Education and the Bible

American Education and the Bible

The founders of our nation took the words of Proverbs 1:7 seriously: “the fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge.” Most of them understood this truth and stressed what they saw as obvious relationships between Biblical absolutes, a ...

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Gun Control: From Then ‘Till Now

Gun Control: From Then ‘Till Now

Our forefathers understood that when a nation disarms its citizens and ceases to depend on militias for its defense, a fundamental shift in the focus of national identity always follows. Like England, whom they learned from, a nation that abandons ...

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Dorothea Dix: A Voice for the Mad

Dorothea Dix: A Voice for the Mad

Our society today is driven by a social-works mentality that ignores fiscal realities and seeks to shift our personal responsibility to care for the less fortunate to the government. But there was a time such was not the case. Too ...

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Gunwalker: Nothing Fictional About This

Gunwalker: Nothing Fictional About This

Ever since Watergate, it has been fashionable to attach Hollywood-sounding names to government-sponsored criminal activity. The latest episode of such happenings was tagged “Fast and Furious” by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and the Department of Justice. Since ...

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Pearl Harbor: Necessary or Not?

Pearl Harbor: Necessary or Not?

Few like my step-father who fought in the Pacific during World War II have ever forgotten Japan’s sneak attack on Pearl Harbor. It was more than a day of horrible death and destruction. It was a blow to American’s belief ...

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