Wednesday, July 04, 2012
What better day to talk about America's national anthem? Historian Ken Davis joins Jim Blasingame to celebrate America's Independence Day and explain the origins of our national anthem, the Star Spangled Banner.
Why is Independence Day in America such a big deal? Ken Davis joins Jim Blasingame to celebrate the 4th of July and talk about why this day is important to Americans and the world.
President Lincoln reflects on Independence Day. President Lincoln (Gene Griessman) joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the important of the 4th of July during the middle of 19th century America.
President Lincoln signed the Homestead Act during the Civil War. Gene Griessman joins Jim Blasingame to celebrate Independence Day by revealing the significance of the Homestead Act on the settling of America.
America was founded to deliver liberty to the people. Gene Griessman joins Jim Blasingame to celebrate Independence Day in America by talking about the ideal of liberty as a human right.
We began with freedom. Jim Blasingame celebrates Independence Day in America by talking about the origins of our freedom, and how liberty gave birth to entrepreneurship.
Jim uses Lincoln's words to celebrate Independence Day. Jim Blasingame celebrates Independence Day with inspiring words from President Lincoln.
President Washington gave us our name. Dennis Pogue joins Jim Blasingame to celebrate Independence Day by sharing the vision of President Washington for America.
How the world has benefited from American expeptionalism. Dennis Pogue joins Jim Blasingame to report on July 4th events at Mt. Vernon, and to celebrate American exceptionalism.
What made George Washington stand out? Dennis Pogue joins Jim Blasingame to celebrate Independence Day by talking about how America benefited from the character of George Washington.