This Independence Day we encourage you to take the time to read the Declaration signed 241 years ago that helped birth a new nation.
Jenna Ellis: We can’t accurately answer the question of “who do you say government is?” without answering “who do you say Jesus is?” first.
Our nation’s constitution is the oldest constitution still in use, signed in 1787 and ratified in 1789 we have had a constitutional republic for 229 years.
Shawn Mathis: Independence Day is a great day to celebrate and an even greater day when the Christian roots of our country’s founding are honored.
Paul Pate: If you happen to hear a bell on the Fourth, think of the one that sits in Philadelphia that stands for the principles that Americans fight for.
Brian Myers: Abraham Clark, signer of the Declaration of Independence, with pleasure entrusted his & his sons’ future into “the hands of an Almighty God.”
Watch the first lecture of the “Introduction to the Constitution” series from Dr. Larry Arnn the President of Hillsdale College.
The pillars of American Exceptionalism, many enshrined in the Bill of Rights, must be restored to their former beauty.
In keeping with our tradition on Independence Day we are publishing the text of the Declaration of Independence signed in Philadelphia, PA 237 years ago by the members of the Continental Congress. We hope you have a very Happy July 4th! Take time today to consider the sacrifices made for the freedoms we now enjoy […]
I recently finished listening to the audio version of Brother Andrew’s God’s Smuggler (it’s available for free until the end of February). Brother Andrew was a self-appointed missionary to those behind the Iron Curtain during the height of the Cold War, smuggling Bibles and aid to oppressed churches. At the end of his amazing story, […]
By Congressman Tom Latham Our great experiment in liberty and independence turns a year older this week, but the freedoms we celebrate remain as timeless and universal as they were in 1776 when our Founding Fathers approved the Declaration of Independence. As you get ready to enjoy some time with family and friends, parades, barbecue […]
If you were to ask most Americans what the highest level of government is, they would probably tell you the Federal Government. What’s the next highest level of government? They’d more than likely mention State governments and so-on “down” the list of governing entities until they began listing their city council or school board. This […]
Yesterday I attended a “Liberty Tea” organized by contributor Kim Lehman. Kim is also the Republican National Committeewoman for Iowa, and this event was part of an initiative that several conservative National Committeewomen wanted to launch to educate people on the Constitution. So Kim (and others) are hosting “Constitution Coffees,” “Liberty Teas,” and “Bill of […]
This year our family joined a new homeschooling group and decided to experiment with some supplemental, enrichment classes. Most of these classes are taught by a mom within the group who has a gifting or a degree in a particular area. Others are taught by professional artists and licensed teachers. We signed each of our children up for three […]
Just thought I’d share some quotes from some of our founding Fathers, these are from a booklet I received in church last Sunday called In God We Still Trust by Dr. Richard G. Lee. Some of these I’m sure are familiar, like this well know quote from Patrick Henry (1736-1799), famous for the “Give Me […]
Good thing it wasn’t. HT: Musket Balls