In 1778, the Pennsylvania Packet published a series of letters, back and forth, between Thomas Paine and the author of Plain Truth (perhaps James Chalmers), a loyalist tract. On Christmas […]
Washington’s army stood on the brink of disaster; the future of America with it. He had moved a detachment of his army across the Delaware into Bucks County, Pennsylvania, in […]
I mean it is wildly inaccurate. But so much fun.
When asked about the situation involving Kim Davis, David Barton claimed that “the Founding Fathers made it real clear that the laws of God are higher than the laws of […]
I may end up adding more edited photos later. Here are the raw images. Here are some edited photos:
Continuing on with a series of primary sources dealing with the battles of Lexington and Concord as we approach the anniversary, here are a few fictitious accounts of the battles […]