The Story of American Freedom, Written On Granite

February 28, 2011 
Filed under History

The Story of American Freedom, Written On Granite

By Wayne Lutz, photos by Katherine Fialkowski. The entire history of the United States is one long story of the struggle of men to be free. For as long as mankind rules the Earth, some men will seek to deprive other men of freedom. A place like the Philadelphia National Cemetery is a reminder of that struggle. The stones and granite monuments there are the tablet upon which is written the story of that struggle.

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Excerpts From Eisenhower’s Farewell Address

January 23, 2011 
Filed under Conservatism, History

Excerpts From Eisenhower’s Farewell Address

On the 50th anniversary of President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s farewell, this fine speech concisely describes many conservative values and ideals.

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The Tuskegee Syphilis Experiments and Modern Implications for Blacks and “Free” Government Healthcare

September 12, 2010 
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The Tuskegee Syphilis Experiments and Modern Implications for Blacks and “Free” Government Healthcare

As the “official” story goes, between the year 1932 and the year 1972, the United States Public Health Service (PHS) conducted a series of secret longitudinal studies on Black sharecroppers who had already procured syphilis…

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Black Revolutionary War Heroes

July 5, 2010 
Filed under History, Voices of Liberty

Black Revolutionary War Heroes

Independence Hall Tea Party, Philadelphia written and delivered by Amy Reid July 4th, 2010 It is very humbling to stand here and address you today. Thank you Teri and Don Adams and the Independence Hall Tea Party for this opportunity to stand before such a great group of patriots. I was asked to come here […]

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