Why this nation stubbornly prefers freedom

by Bill Federer -- William Prescott, born Feb. 20, 1726, was a colonel who fought for the British in King George's War, 1745. He fought for the British in the French and more…

President's Day: What's it all about?

by Bill Federer -- Presidents' Day is actually Washington's birthday, recognized by an Act of Congress for government offices in Washington, D.C., in 1879, and for all federal offices in 1885. In more…

The book that has never gone out of print

by Bill Federer -- The English Civil War took place 1642 to 1651 between Royalist Anglican supporters of King Charles I and the Puritan Parliamentarian supporters led by Lord Fairfax and Oliver more…

Why Western nations should never tolerate Islam

by Bill Federer -- "The first nation to recognize my country was Morocco," stated President Obama in Cairo, Egypt, June 4, 2009. Morocco began recognizing American colonists in 1625. Governor William Bradford more…

The surprising origin of Valentine's Day

by Bill Federer -- In the third century, the Roman Empire was being invaded by Goths. At the same time, the Plague of Cyprian, probably smallpox, broke out killing at its height more…