Flag Day is a patriotic spectacle in these all-American communities

Flag Day is embraced each year in a handful of proudly red, white and blue all-American communities with the patriotic pomp normally reserved for July 4th, Independence Day. These cities and towns even vie for Flag Day bragging rights — often with conflicting claims — over who is offering America’s first, biggest or best Flag Day parades … More Flag Day is a patriotic spectacle in these all-American communities

Mother’s Day: “All that I am, or hope to be, I owe to my angel mother!” – Lincoln 

American Minute with Bill Federer . After the Civil War, abolitionist Julia Ward Howe, writer of “The Battle Hymn of the Republic, led a Mother’s Day for Peace in New York on June 2, 1872, to promote peace, national healing, and reconciliation. She composed a proclamation to “appeal to womanhood throughout the world”… READ MORE > > >

Ancient Israel inspired the Right of “the PEOPLE” to Keep & Bear Arms

American Minute with Bill Federer Ancient Israel inspired the Right of “the PEOPLE” to Keep & Bear Arms -“To make yourself powerless is to invite an attack!“ In September of 1774, Dr. Joseph Warren wrote the Suffolk Resolves. British statesman Edmund Burke cited the Suffolk Resolves as a major development in colonial animosity, which eventually led to the Declaration of Independence. . The … More Ancient Israel inspired the Right of “the PEOPLE” to Keep & Bear Arms

Op-Ed: On Monday We Should Remember What an Elderly George Washington Said on Sept. 19, 1796

On Monday, our nation will once again honor the 46 esteemed individuals who have held the title and distinction of the president of the United States of America. Many Americans may not realize that this federal holiday tied to a long weekend was never officially named Presidents’ Day. Instead, “George Washington Day” began as a … More Op-Ed: On Monday We Should Remember What an Elderly George Washington Said on Sept. 19, 1796

Circuit-riding Preacher Peter Cartwright vs. Circuit-riding Attorney Abe Lincoln vs. Judge Stephen Douglas

Our reliance is in the love of liberty which God has planted in us. Our defense is in the spirit which prized liberty as the heritage of all men, in all lands everywhere. Destroy this spirit and you have planted the seeds of despotism at your own doors … you have lost the genius of your own independence and become the … More Circuit-riding Preacher Peter Cartwright vs. Circuit-riding Attorney Abe Lincoln vs. Judge Stephen Douglas

The United States Founding: 1619 or 1776?

On Jan. 13, 2022, Stand in the Gap Today Host, Sam Rohrer, and co-host, Dr. Gary Dull, interviewed Constitutional Attorney, David New.  The theme of their discussion centered around the founding of America.  Some are saying the true founding of our nation was 1619-the year slaves were first brought to our shores. Is this true or was it 1776-when we declared independence from British … More The United States Founding: 1619 or 1776?