St. John’s Church, Richmond, Virginia March 23, 1775. MR. PRESIDENT: No man thinks more highly than I do of the patriotism, as well as abilities, of the very worthy gentlemen who have just addressed the House. But different men often see the same subject in different lights; and, therefore, I hope it will not be […]
Penn’s treating instead of a debt owed to his father Charles the second gave William Penn a grant of land in the New World in 1682 young Quaker fired with the idea of government toll and religious freedom sailed up the quiet waters of the Delaware to take possession of his grant the name Pennsylvania […]
Today Nate will take a new job at the museum. I wonder how things are gonna go down. Hello and welcome back to a brand new episode of Nate Pencilmate.
Thank you very much, thank you very much. If i had known that I was going to get here and see Jerry Falwell 34 lbs lighter and me 34 lbs heavier I don’t think I would have come here. But anyway, it is a great, great pleasure to be here with Jerry, and Becki, Dr. […]
One way we usually associate with government intervention or government activity is the regulation of monopolies. And we think of legislation like the Sherman Antitrust Act as a way that we control the growth of monopoly, market power, and the ability of firms to come to dominate one industry. The history of this kind of […]
On April 4th 1949, the North Atlantic Treaty was signed by Norway, Denmark, The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg, France, Italy, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Iceland, Canada and the United States. This union of 12 nations became known as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, or more simply NATO. They were sworn to stand together against aggression. An […]
[typing] One thing about games that really intrigues me from time to time is the exploration of theme. Especially regarding national holidays. You have game talking about Christmas and Halloween, even Easter every so often. But one that really get ignored, other than maybe a movie game here and there, is Independence Day. You could […]
From its origins, to what has been done with some of its parts, join me as I reveal to you some of the most surprising facts about the Statue of Liberty. 12. It Wasn’t American In Construction When people think of the Statue of Liberty, they immediately think of what it meant to immigrants who […]