Tag: John Adams

John Adams Defends The Rights Of All Mankind

The Founding Fathers are famous for promoting the rights of Americans based on the laws of nature and nature’s God, but John Adams went further and defended the rights of all humanity. He made his case in writing, especially his work on the Canon and Feudal Laws, which put to shame civil and religious tyrants….

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Our Incomparable Constitution

On the occasion of the commemoration of the signing of the Constitution, on 17 September 1787, some 232 years ago, we pause to remember the significance of that event and its implications for modern patriots. The American colonists had been gathering to this continent, starting with the establishment of Jamestown, Virginia, the first permanent English…

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The Father of the American Navy

The Story of Virtue and Honor! On this day, September 13, 1803, the man many consider the Father of the American Navy, dies. John Barry, of Wexford, Ireland, was a Revolutionary War hero who refused to betray his adopted country even when bribed by the British. This is his story. The British Navy ruled the…

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Too Late to Apologize: A Declaration

Happy 243rd America! In honor of Independence Day yesterday, we thought it appropriate (and fun) to share this parody of the song Apologize by OneRepublic/Timbaland from Soomo Learning.  The parody, Too Late to Apologize: A Declaration, was the publisher’s attempt “to humanize the sentiment of the founders in writing the declaration.” According to Soomo, the…

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We Maintain the Declaration

Today, we celebrate Independence Day.  While we have our BBQs, parades, fireworks, and other traditions and celebrations, it’s important we remember and teach what the celebrations are truly about.  Exactly 243 years ago, 56 brave representatives of the 13 colonies signed the Declaration of Independence, affixing their signatures just below the following sentence, “…And for…

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