Women of the Revolutionary War: "As there were Fathers in our Republic so there were Mothers"-Coolidge - American Minute with Bill Federer
Addressing the Daughters of the American Revolution, April 19, 1926, President Calvin Coolidge stated:
"The importance of women in the working out the destiny of mankind ... As there were fathers in our Republic so there were mothers ...
By their abiding faith they inspired and encouraged the men; by their sacrifice they performed their part in the struggle out of which came our country ..."
First Things First - Religious Freedom & Who Influenced Jefferson's Views on Separation of Church & State - American Minute with Bill Federer
Over time, brilliant legal minds have used Jefferson's words to prohibit Jefferson's beliefs.
Jefferson believed in a Creator, as he wrote in the Declaration: "All men are endowed by their CREATOR,"
yet in 2005, U.S. District Judge John E. Jones, in Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District, ruled students could not be taught of a CREATOR: "to preserve the separation of church and state."
Harvard President Samuel Langdon, June 5, 1788, "The Republic of the Israelites an Example to the American States": "Instead of the twelve tribes of ISRAEL, we may substitute the thirteen states of the American union, and see this application plainly ... The ISRAELITES may be considered as a pattern to the world in all ages ... Government ... on republican principles ..."
Billy Sunday Pro-Baseball Player comes out ... as a Christian evangelist! - preached to 100 million & pioneered radio evangelism - American Minute with Bill Federer
"Live so that when the final summons comes you will leave something more behind you than an epitaph on a tombstone."
"My COUNTRY 'tis of Thee, Sweet LAND of LIBERTY"; & How Patriotism is opposite of Globalism - American Minute with Bill Federer
Franklin D. Roosevelt gave a patriotic address to the White House Correspondents' Association, February 12, 1943:
"In every battalion, and in every ship's crew, you will find every kind of American citizen representing every occupation, every section, every origin, every religion, and every political viewpoint.
Ask them what they are fighting for, and every one of them will say, 'I am fighting for MY COUNTRY.'"