Why is it that, next to the birthday of the Savior of the world, your most joyous and most venerated festival returns on this day [Independence Day]? . . . Is it not that, in the chain of human events, the birthday of the nation is indissolubly linke
Many Americans began the work week with a sense of pride for their country -- with the Fourth of July coming along, the country is ready to celebrate our independence and freedom.
(Natural News) Many people find it challenging to comprehend how oppressive social media companies such as Facebook and Twitter have become toward people who do not share their far-left progressive ideology. One way to understand this is through a th
Our love of freedom and devotion to the liberty of the individual requires more than simply advocating that government cease regulating peaceful behavior, it also requires advocating for the virtuous as our founders did.
This speech was part of a program entitled "Non-Interventionism: America's Founding Foreign Policy" that was presented in Charleston, South Carolina on April 29, 2018 and co-sponsored with The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity. Daniel M
America is repeating the mistakes of so many nations before it and repudiating its own founding principles. This is happening because the vast majority of the American people have lost touch with their own national history and heritage.
On March 30, radio talk show host Sheila Zilinsky played a pre-recorded interview with me on her radio program. She titled that programThe Real Reason They Want Your Guns. Well, it didn't take long for the good people on the left (including the SPL
When Western Civilization began to form at about 500 AD, it was full of purpose. In particular, it was devoted to bringing the light of Christ into the world: to overcome the ancient darkness and to replace it with righteousness.
As the American franchise of Western Civilization tumbles into the dust-bin of history, I sometimes wonder whether - were it possible - the ghosts of Jefferson, Franklin, Sam Adams, and other "Founding Fathers," might be willing to engage in
Jeff Sessions & Co.'s Thinly Veiled Plot to Rob Us Blind
As soon as there was a Constitution, fights about its meaning began. In 1792 Fisher Ames, representing the first district of Massachusetts in the first U.S. House of Representatives, complained about a tendency of Congress: