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Why Christianity is a Religion of Peace and Islam is Not

As we reflect on the anniversary of 9/11, I think it important for us to reflect on the contrast between how the genuine Christian faith is advanced with how the religion of Islam is advanced. Robert Spencer is one of our nation’s most articulate and spot-on critics of Islamic extremism. He is the author of "The Truth About Muhammad," "The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades)," as well as other books on the relationship between Islam and terrorism. His more recent book, "Religion of Peace? Why Christianity Is and Islam Isn’t," includes a short bio that informs readers that […]

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How an army of citizens in one battle turned the tide of the War for American Independence

Can you imagine a major battle in an American War today being fought by an army of organized citizens who have well-trained themselves in the exercise of their Second Amendment rights? That's exactly what you had in the battle at King's Mountain in South Carolina in the War for Independence! See this newest episode with […]

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1776: Providence & Perseverance — How George Washington Won the War

We remember 1776 as the year the Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence. We remember the ideals embodied in that eloquent document. But few of us realize the sacrifice the soldiers of the colonial army endured to birth those eloquent ideals into reality. Few of us realize how close we came to losing again […]

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Enrich Your Family's Appreciation for July 4th Celebration with the American Revolution Online History Tour

In your home, are national holidays like Memorial Day and July 4th just fun summer days to cook out, go to parades, and enjoy watching some fireworks? What can you and your family do to make them more meaningful? If you're still riding the momentum from Memorial Day and looking forward to July 4th only […]

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The Post-Modern Chickens Have Come Home to Roost

The 42nd anniversary of the Kent State University shootings (May 4, 1970), immortalized by “John Filo’s iconic Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph of Mary Ann Vecchio, a fourteen-year-old runaway, kneeling in anguish over the body of Jeffrey Miller minutes after he was shot by the Ohio National Guard” and the Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young song “Ohio” […]

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