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ListenThis post is part 2 of the series:Our Projects $TBA Coming soon... By the 1920s, the character of America's Founding Fathers was under attack by a handful of Marxist voices. Since that era, those anti-American streams of thought have converged with ever-broadening and more numerous confluences of historical heresy. Throughout the twentieth century, the lies of the Left concerning America's Founding Fathers have succeeded in nearly drowning biographical and historical truth with an avalanche of Marxist misinformation. The Sayings of George Washington is catalog of primary information...Read more... Read more... -->
ListenBecause nearly all American colonies under British control had established state churches, America's Founding Fathers were not willing to raise issues that would unnecessarily divide them in their efforts to establish a stable government. For this reason, a promise was made not to establish a federal or national church when writing the Constitution and amended Bill of Rights. However, as the following proclamation demonstrates, America's Founders were not ashamed of their Christian Faith. The history behind the proclamation and its observance by President Washington will deepen the...Read more... Read more... -->
Listen November 11, 1793 Philadelphia Yellow Fever Epidemic Arch Street Wharf The year 1793 was one of the worst in history for the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It had been one of hottest and driest that folks in Philadelphia could ever remember. The dirty river stank unbearably, and the city was infested with swarms of flies and mosquitoes. Death laid its hand upon the city, making itself known first at the Arch Street Wharf.1793 Yellow Fever Epidemic On August 19th, the plague that raged within the city was diagnosed by one of its doctors as yellow fever. For one hundred days and...Read more... Read more... -->
ListenThere is no evidence to suggest that America was founded as a secular nation. This single event—the first inauguration of President Washington—clearly reveals America's Founding Fathers' commitment to Christianity. Any attempt to suggest that America was founded as a secular nation is a personal or collective confession of historical ignorance. Rather, attempts to suppress the public expressions of Christianity is a betrayal of the heritage that has been bequeathed to America by its Founding Fathers. Click to read the entire article… April 30, 1789 Inauguration of George Washington...Read more... Read more... -->