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Mother of Thanksgiving

November 24, 2022|American History|

This Day in History: Sarah Josepha Hale, the “Mother of Thanksgiving” By Tara Ross - Oct 23, 2020 On this day in 1788, the “Mother of Thanksgiving” is born. Sarah Josepha Hale wore many hats during her lifetime. [...]

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1619 Project: Historic Lie

September 15, 2022|American History|

Convinced The 1619 Project Lies About History? Look At This Professor’s Forced Confession The 1619 Project’s Nikole Hannah-Jones does not accept correction. Instead, she attacks every critic as a racist or race traitor. By Mary Grabar – September [...]

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Capital Church Services

August 9, 2022|American History|

U.S. Capital 1800 Church in the U.S. Capitol By WallBuilders – December 31, 2016 Many people are surprised to learn that the United States Capitol regularly served as a church building; a practice that began even [...]

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Declaration Signers

August 1, 2022|American History|

Signers of the Declaration By Tara Ross – July 20, 2022 On this day in 1811, a signer of the Declaration of Independence writes a letter. Benjamin Rush had put his life on the line when he signed [...]

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1776, Not 1619!

July 4, 2022|American History|

We the People of these United States have allowed ourselves to become divided into two distinct factions: those who hate America and those who love it. By Mike Kapic – July 4, 2022   In August of 2019, [...]

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Heroine of Slavery

June 30, 2022|American History|

WSJ – June 18, 2022 Heroes Arose From the Brutality of Slavery As a counterpoint to the ‘1619 Project,’ consider the story of Biddy Mason, who not only won her freedom but achieved great wealth. By Robert L. [...]

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