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Charles Carroll was the only Roman Catholic to sign the Declaration of Independence. Charles Carroll was the longest living signer of the Declaration. In 1772, Charles Carroll condemned the British Government’s oppressive taxes by writing in the Maryland Gazette under the pseudonym “First Citizen.” When his identity became known, the

Today in America, it seems that almost everyone is prescribed some type of mood-altering drug to deal with their problems. The use of psychotropic drugs has become as commonplace as taking an aspirin to relieve a headache. Over the past couple of decades, there has been an enormous push to

After the victory over the British at Yorktown, many of the Continental soldiers grew disillusioned with the new American government, as they had not been paid in years. The Continental Congress had no power to tax to raise money to pay them. A disgruntled group of officers in New York

“I am rough, boisterous, stormy and altogether warlike. I am born to fight against innumerable monsters and devils. I must remove stumps and stones, cut away thistles, and thorns, and clear the wild forests.” -Martin Luther In the light of Scripture, it is relatively simple to see how biblically illiterate

The Secretary of State of the United States traveled to the Muslim country of Jordan to assure its Foreign Minister that Jews would not be praying anymore at the holiest site in Judaism. As Kerry put it, “It is Muslims who pray on the Temple Mount/Haram al-Sharif and non-Muslims who

In 1935, the year that FDR signed the Social Security Act into law, the birth rate was 18.7 per 1,000. In 1940, when the first monthly check was issued, it had gone up to 19.4. By 1954, when Disability had been added, the birth rate at the heart of the

Emphasize the need to raise children away from the negative influence of parents. Attribute prejudices, mental blocks, and retarding of children to suppressive influence of parents. (From the list of 45 Communist goals) It has long been understood that a society needs to be connected to its past in order

There is much talk about the legalization of marijuana these days, and the legalization of all sorts of “drugs” that grow in nature. Usually, people lean hard one way or the other without ever really dealing with the substance (no pun intended) of what the argument for legalization is. One

On Oct. 31, 1517, an Augustinian monk named Martin Luther posted 95 debate questions on the door of Wittenberg Church, which began the movement known as “the Reformation.” In 1521, 34-year-old Martin Luther was summoned to stand trial before the most powerful man in the world, 21-year-old Holy Roman Emperor

Dear Mr. Government, Americans understand that you think you’re clever as you systematically usurp our constitutional form of government. The truth is, most Americans despise you and resent the way you feverishly work to keep us divided as you line your pockets, and attempt to blind us from your crimes