Promised Land: U.S. Foreign Policy in the Founding Era

By |2019-04-09T15:11:21-06:00September 28th, 2017|Categories: American Founding, Christianity, Federalist Papers, George Washington, History, Jamestown, National Security|

During her first century, America’s foreign policy closely guarded her place as a holy land, set apart from the wicked Old World. The purpose of foreign policy was to keep the corrupt outer world from shaping our nation… Who are we, we Americans? Are we champions of liberty, both civil and religious, both at home and [...]

The Start of Something Big: Jamestown

By |2014-12-30T17:08:19-06:00October 1st, 2012|Categories: American Republic, Books, Bruce Frohnen, Jamestown|Tags: |

Review of The Jamestown Project by Karen Ordahl Kupperman. “Discovery” has been a term and a process more subject to revision than most in recent decades. It was not Christopher Columbus who discovered the New World, we have been told; it was Leif Erikson—or more properly the descendants of the American Indians. This is [...]