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ListenThis post is part 9 of the series:Slavery and the Founding of AmericaFebruary Black History Month Slavery is nearly as old as the human race. The claim that slavery started in the English American colonies is a confession of ignorance concerning the true history of this subject, and among this group is Democratic Senator from Virginia, Tim Kaine. On Tuesday, June 15, 2020, Mr. Kaine stated from the Senate floor of the United States Capitol:Muslims Captured African Slaves Tim Kaine The first African Americans sent into the English colonies came to Point Comfort, Virginia, in 1619. They...Read more... Read more... -->
Listen February Black History Month William C. Nell William Cooper Nell (December 16, 1816 – May 25, 1874) was an African-American author, abolitionist, civil servant, and publisher of Boston, Massachusetts. As a prodigious writer and publisher, Nell penned important works concerning the contributions of black soldiers in the War of Independence and War of 1812. Those works include, Services of Colored Americans in the Wars of 1776 and 1812 (1851) and The Colored Patriots of the American Revolution (1855), which were the first works of their kind concerning African Americans. George...Read more... Read more... -->
Listen 0 0 0 0 0 0 3Total3 The cudgel most frequently used against the moral integrity of America’s Founding Fathers by Marxists and adherents of the Left is the issue of slavery. In an attempt to completely denounce any measure of credibility in the Founders, revisionist historians have advanced a false narrative of America’s exceptional record concerning this important issue. Because of her strong biblical moorings, America rose above other nations concerning abolition. No nation may boast it did more to end the crime of slavery than America. Series Articles Slavery—Where is the Moral...Read more... Read more... -->
ListenThe Republican Party arose to champion the cause of the abolition of slavery, and to punctuate the passage of the Thirteenth Amendment by the Congress, a former slave was invited to deliver a sermon at the church in the Capitol. The details surrounding this event and the sermon he delivered are presented below. Click to read the entire article… February 12, 1865 Thirteenth Amendment Celebrated When the minority are permitted to rule, the majority will suffer. This fact is never so clearly stated by American history than the events that flowed out of the Declaration of Independence....Read more... Read more... -->
ListenThis post is part 1 of the series:Slavery and the Founding of AmericaFebruary Black History Month On Tuesday, June 15, 2020, Virginia Democratic Senator, Tim Kaine declared from the Senate floor of the United States Capitol:Slavery—Where is the Moral Voice in Marxism, Darwinism, and Islam Tim Kaine The first African Americans sent into the English colonies came to Point Comfort, Virginia, in 1619. They were slaves. They had been captured against their will. But they landed in colonies that didn't have slavery. There were no laws about slavery in the colonies at that time. The United...Read more... Read more... -->