For George Washington, Christmas was not always a happy day. As a boy of eight, his home burned down on Christmas Eve. Serving in the British Army in 1753, he was shot at in a miserable, freezing village called “Murdering Town.”
For more than a half-century, it has become abundantly clear that our nation faces increasing irreconcilable differences.
The laws of nature supersede the latest desires of the radical left.
Thomas Paine is the man whose writings gave the residents of thirteen separate colonies a unified sense of identity as Americans, and inspired them to fight and win the Revolutionary War.