Hawaii's deep roots in Christianity

by Bill Federer -- In 1778, British Captain James Cook discovered Hawaii, which he named "The Sandwich Islands" in honor of John Montagu, the fourth Earl of Sandwich – the acting First more…

The eerie coincidence of 1826

by Bill Federer -- Both served in the Continental Congress and both signed the Declaration of Independence. Both served as U.S. Ministers in France. One was elected the second president and the more…

We cannot let our nation 'stumble and fall'

by Bill Federer -- Thirty-eight-year-old King George III ruled the largest empire that planet earth had ever seen. The Declaration of Independence, approved July 4, 1776, listed the reasons why Americans declared more…

Battle of Gettysburg: Tremendous turning point

by Bill Federer -- Washington, D.C., was in a panic! Seventy-two thousand Confederate troops were just 60 miles away near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. What led up to this battle? After the Confederate victory more…

Who remembers President James Garfield?

by Bill Federer -- One bullet grazed his elbow, but a second lodged in the back of President James Garfield, who was shot July 2, 1881, as he waited in a Washington, more…

United Nations: From high hopes to low deeds

by Bill Federer -- Franklin Roosevelt coined the name "United Nations" for the allied countries fighting together against the National Socialist Workers Party (Nazi) and their totalitarian axis powers. Speaking on Justice more…