February 3rd – American Minute – The Courage of the Four Chaplains

On a frigid February night in 1943, George L. Fox, Clark V. Poling, John P. Washington, and Alexander D. Good willingly sacrificed themselves to save four other men during the sinking of the U.S.A.T. Dorchester. William Federer explores the history of the “Back To God” movement, inspired by the bravery and courage of the four Chaplains.

January 31st – American Minute – The Legacy of Jacob Duche’

Reverend Jacob Duche’ was appointed Chaplain of the U.S. Congress in 1776 for his piety and zealous attachment to the rights of America. William Federer explores the legacy of Duche’, a man who is best remembered for the sermons that led Philadelphia’s soldiers to fight for America’s independence with strong, courageous hearts.

January 30th – American Minute – The Legacy of Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Franklin Delano Roosevelt was elected as the 32nd president of the United States, with his time in office lasting longer than any other. William Federer explores FDR’s years of leadership, a time when he reminded us that “mankind has always believed in God in spite of the many abortive attempts to exile God.”

February 2nd – American Minute – Mexico, the United States, and God

From 1821 to 1957, Mexico was ruled by fifty different governments, and numerous revolutions influenced its history, such as the Mexican-American War. William Federer explores the terms of the Guadalupe-Hidalgo Treaty, which united the U.S. and Mexico under the “protection of Almighty God, the Author of Peace.”