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?
This is an extensive list with only a few “notable” folks on it from the history books (at least those back in my day) American Minute with Bill Federer American history has many inspiring stories of notable Black American entrepreneurs, some of which are listed below. PAUL CUFFEE (1759-1817) was a devout Quaker Christian. His father was a freed … More Successful Black Americans of Industry, Business & Faith
Some parents object to schools teaching social philosophy theories to their children instead of facts. An example: Nikole Hannah-Jones opens her 1619 Project essay… Source: 1619 project originator wonders why her father was so patriotic
Near the center of our cultural crisis is a crisis of memory: The most powerful forces in society are either ignoring the remarkable history and achievements of the United States or are attempting to rewrite and pervert this history in the pursuit of a radical political and social agenda. Never before has the historical significance … More America and the Struggle for Freedom
American Minute with Bill Federer Five hundred men, women and children were massacred at Fort Mims, Alabama, just north of Mobile, on August 30, 1813, by the Red Stick Creek Indians. The French pronunciation of “Red Stick” is “Baton Rouge.” READ MORE > > >
American Minute with Bill Federer Battle of Princeton “Washington advanced so near the enemy’s lines that his horse refused to go further” Frederick the Great of Prussia called these ten days “the most brilliant in the world’s history.” After winning the Battle of Trenton, Christmas Day evening, 1776, George Washington’s 1,200 man force faced General Cornwallis’ 4,500 man British army. Washington was … More Battle of Princeton
American Minute with Bill Federer 1777 Freezing Valley Forge & Starving Ships “If those few thousand men endured that long winter of suffering … what right have we to be of little faith?” Washington lost the Battle of Brandywine on September 11, 1777, and was force to retreat toward Philadelphia. READ MORE > > >
“In today’s era of hostility toward freedoms of religion and conscience, it is important to be reminded of challenges Americans have faced in the past.“ American Minute with Bill Federer “These are the times that try men’s souls” -The American Crisis, Thomas Paine, December, 1776 “Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have … More “These are the times that try men’s souls”
Today marks the 248th anniversary of the Boston Tea Party. What events led these men to such an act, the article below reveals the story behind the story. American Minute with Bill Federer What led to the Boston Tea Party? Historical background of revolutionary event! . England and France had fought from the time of Richard the Lionheart and Philip II after … More What led to the Boston Tea Party?
“Pearl Harbor is a U.S. naval base near Honolulu, Hawaii, that was the scene of a devastating surprise attack by Japanese forces on December 7, 1941. Just before 8 a.m. on that Sunday morning, hundreds of Japanese fighter planes descended on the base, where they managed to destroy or damage nearly 20 American naval vessels, … More Pearl Harbor 80th Anniversary