Today’s Video is a simple reading of the Declaration of Independence. If you’re a student who has never read it in full, try hearing it instead. Some people learn better by hearing instead of reading it. Pay special attention to the reasons given and the list of grievances.
Happy Independence Day!
Today’s video explains why you’re likely to hear about America’s “real” Independence Day on July 2nd rather than July 4th. It turns out that July 2nd simply wasn’t AWESOME enough. Cheers!
It happened twenty three hundred years ago, so we’re just hearing about it now. Sounds about right… In this video, Paul discusses the recent news of an intact Roman burial found just outside Rome.
Today is the anniversary of the day James Madison officially proposed what became the Bill of Rights. To celebrate, here is as brief a refresher as I dare.
Now, because the Bill of Rights includes certain controversial topics, I do insist that comments be family friendly and in the spirit of civil discourse. Unless you’ve got a problem with the Third Amendment, in which case you’re just a Communist….
Since I haven’t heard anyone get offended this hour, here’s something else that you can be indignant about: the month of August! Seriously. Get a grip, folks.
Also, if you don’t like this video, my daughter says you’re supposed to stick it to the man. So there’s that.
In this video, I mentioned I would put the link to Tertullian.org on the website. Here it is:
Hello! Today I’ll be talking about one of my favorite rules for understanding history: it seemed like a good idea at the time. Click below for the video!