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Linda Moss Mines / March 22, 2023

Actions and Words

By sunset on June 17, 1775, the British military understood that new battlefield tactics were in play and they did not have a copy of the playbook.

Linda Moss Mines / March 15, 2023

‘We, the Undersigned’

After months of strenuous debate and indecision, how did the summer of ‘76 evolve into the summer of revolution?

Douglas Andrews / March 8, 2023

Communism: Still an Evil Empire

Forty years ago today, Ronald Reagan ignored his advisers and shook the world with one of history’s most important speeches.

Linda Moss Mines / March 8, 2023

‘Ought to Be Free’

Why did Congress decide to create a written document regarding independence?

Linda Moss Mines / March 1, 2023

Fleeing the Cruel Monster

In May 1775, some delegates harbored a hope for reconciliation, but that option seemed to be disappearing.

Linda Moss Mines / February 22, 2023

The Future of the Colonies

None of the delegates of the Second Continental Congress had any experience in “birthing a nation,” but they were learning.

Douglas Andrews / February 16, 2023

Election Riggers Rewrite History

James Clapper, Barack Obama’s director of national intelligence, is now insisting that the infamous “Russian disinformation” letter wasn’t what it seemed.

Linda Moss Mines / February 15, 2023

From Across the Colonies They Came

Choosing freedom meant engaging in a war in which the colonial delegates knew many would die.

Linda Moss Mines / February 8, 2023

Spreading the Alarm

The Sons of Liberty had an intelligence network that would rival today’s CIA.

Linda Moss Mines / February 1, 2023

Well, That’s Intolerable!

More colonists began to perceive the threat that accompanied the enactment of harsh laws via the “Intolerable Acts.”

Linda Moss Mines / January 25, 2023

Those Sons of Liberty

Their ideas regarding the rights of English citizens — the rights of the colonists — went beyond just taxation.

Linda Moss Mines / January 18, 2023

The Clouds Gather

Depictions of “The Boston Massacre” and the accompanying propaganda roused strong emotions among colonists.

Linda Moss Mines / January 11, 2023

How Goes the War?

The colonies found themselves saddled with what they believed was an unfair obligation to help pay for the cost of the French and Indian War.

Linda Moss Mines / January 4, 2023

The Struggle for Dominance

The French and Indian War was fought to decide the future of the upper Ohio River Valley.

Linda Moss Mines / December 21, 2022

The Question of Self-Government

The Glorious Revolution might be considered a precedent for the future American Revolution.

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