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If you believe in our Constitution, believe in the 2nd Amendment, are a patriot and will stand up against tyranny, censorship, and free-speech being infringed upon, this podcast is for you. You will learn many things in a much different way than what was, or is, taught in school. We discuss sensitive topics such as God, slavery, free-speech and other topics that aren't usually discussed, in an adult manner with tact. We dive deep into the known, and unknown, people, places and events that cr ...
 
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We finish up the French & Indian War and discuss what England imposes on the colonies in an effort to offset the cost of the war. The Sugar Act and the Royal Proclamation of 1763 are discussed along with other interesting tidbits. Starting with this episode, all shows will include show notes which we are excited to announce. The podcast along with …
 
The Seven Years' War, also known as the French and Indian War in the colonies, lasted from 1756 to 1763, forming a chapter in the imperial struggle between Britain and France. Both were doing all they could to gain control of the Ohio Valley and add to their respective empire. In the early 1750s, France’s expansion into the Ohio River valley repeat…
 
Overview of the People and Land of England Today we discuss what it was like living in England during the 1700’s and during the colonization. Last week we did this with the 13 colonies and having a solid foundation and concept of both countries' moods, positions, attitudes, political climate, living conditions and more allows us to have a glimpse i…
 
We are a little ways before we get into the war, and many people living in the time would separate the actual fighting in the war and the revolution, considering each of them seperate events. It’s important to have the background of the people who came to colonize North America, what it was like back then, who lived in these colonies, and get a rea…
 
When you think of the American Revolution, what comes to mind? The war, George Washington, Redcoats and maybe even the Boston Tea Party and Declaration of Independence perhaps. These are all part of it but it is far more complex and super interesting and important. It’s more than just famous names and documents and battles, and in more ways than no…
 
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