We Still Hold These Truths

In a world of moral confusion, and of arbitrary and unlimited government, America’s founding principles are our best access to permanent truths and the best ground from which to question the current direction of our nation. Join Matt Spalding, author of We Still Hold These Truths and an authority on American political thought and religious […]

Monumental- The Pilgrims gave us a blueprint for a successful Nation

  The Pilgrims gave us a blueprint for a successful Nation – Kirk Cameron Monumental is the story of America’s beginnings. Presented, produced, and starring Kirk Cameron, the 90-minute true story follows this father of six across Europe and the U.S. as he seeks to discover America’s true “national treasure” — the people, places, and […]

Sam Adams Might Never Have Brewed Beer

Credit: Justin Sullivan/ Getty Images News via Getty Images Sam Adams was the most influential member of the Sons of Liberty, a loosely organized political organization that formed in opposition to the Stamp Act in 1765. But to many Americans, he’s also the name behind one of the most successful beer brands in the U.S. […]

George Washington Lost More Battles Than He Won

Credit: MPI/ Archive Photos via Getty Images General George Washington embodies the phrase “losing the battle but winning the war,” because during the American Revolution, he lost more battles than he won. Despite some experience in the British army, Washington had little experience fielding a large fighting force, and the Continental Army was filled with […]

Benjamin Franklin Invented a Musical Instrument Used by Mozart and Beethoven

Credit: Print Collector/ Hulton Archive via Getty Images In the mid-1700s, while serving as a delegate for the American colonies in Europe, Benjamin Franklin experienced a popular musical performance — singing glasses. Intrigued by the beautiful sound of a wet finger on glass, Franklin developed an instrument known as a “glass armonica” in 1761. Working […]

Alexander Hamilton Was Captain of One of the Oldest U.S. Army Regiments in Existence

Credit: Drew Angerer/ Getty Images News via Getty Images Alexander Hamilton is known for many things — he was the prolific writer behind the Federalist Papers, the first secretary of the treasury, the creator of the U.S. Coast Guard, and the inspiration for one of Broadway’s biggest musicals. What’s less celebrated about Hamilton is his […]