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‘Patriots’ Day’: American Minute with Bill Federer

The sun never set on the British Empire. It was the largest empire in world history. Out of nearly 200 countries in the world, only 22 were...

Army Four-Star General Suspended During Investigation of Alleged Misconduct

The U.S. Army recently suspended a four-star general after documents revealed that he reportedly meddled with the military branch's command assessment program.

Outcry as Father of Fallen Marine Arrested During State of the Union

Republicans criticized the detention of Steve Nikoui, the father of a Marine killed amid President Joe Biden's Afghanistan withdrawal, as he demanded recognition for...

Retired US Officer Arrested for Transmitting Classified Information via Online Dating Platform

A retired US Army officer, formerly employed by the US Air Force at US Strategic Command headquarters in Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska, faces...

Air Force Academy Leadership Summit Features Transgender Activist

The United States Air Force Academy's leadership summit featured transgender activist Lieutenant Colonel Bree Fram, a man identifying as a woman.

When Youth Were Patriots: 21-Year-Old Nathan Hale “I Only Regret That I Have but One Life to Lose for My Country!”- American Minute With...

"I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country" were the last words of 21-year-old American patriot Nathan Hale, who was...

Presidents’ Day – George Washington’s Birthday – American Minute with Bill Federer

There have been 46 U.S. Presidents. The tallest was Abraham Lincoln at 6’4” and shortest was James Madison at 5’4”. The heaviest President was William...

Freezing Valley Forge, 1777, and Starving Ships “If those few thousand men endured that long winter of suffering … what right have we to...

[pWashington lost the Battle of Brandywine on September 11, 1777, and was force to retreat toward Philadelphia. Near the same time, British General Burgoyne's troops marched south from Canada toward Albany, New York,...

Battle of Princeton: “Washington advanced so near the enemy’s lines that his horse refused to go further” – American Minute with Bill Federer

Frederick the Great of Prussia called these ten days "the most brilliant in the world's history." After winning the Battle of Trenton, Christmas Day evening, 1776, George Washington's 1,200...

Sanctity of Life “The greatest destroyer of peace today is abortion”-Mother Teresa – American Minute with Bill Federer

Abortion became legal in all nine months of pregnancy on January 22, 1973, with the Supreme Court decisions Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton. Norma McCorvey, who...

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