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Washington in New York -- chs 19 & 20

CHAPTER 19: FRANKLIN'S LAST PUBLIC ACT On his 58th birthday, George Washington supervised the move across town to his new residence, at...

Washington in New York -- chs 17 & 18

CHAPTER 17: THE PRICE OF LIBERTY The day after George Washington delivered the State of the Union Address, Alexander Hamilton informed...

Washington in New York -- Chs 13-16

CHAPTER 13: GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE If you’re staying at a bed-and-breakfast in New England and the sign over the door reads,...

Washington in New York -- chs 6 & 7

CHAPTER 6: RUMORS New York City was a hotbed of rumors in the spring and summer of 1789. The most persistent rumor was that a second...

The Four Gospels

Clearly, the four Gospels are the most important books in the Bible, the culmination of biblical prophecy dating from the days of Moses....

Washington in New York -- Chs 4 & 5

CHAPTER 4: UNTRODDEN GROUND It seemed too good to be true. Alexander Hamilton’s two great passions in life--politics and economics--were...

George Washington's Coronation

The day the House of Representatives achieved a quorum, on April 1, 1789, George Washington wrote to a friend: “(I feel) that my movement...

Review: Ferrari, the movie

Unless you're a hard-core motor racing fan--and I do mean hard core--you're not going to find this movie particularly compelling.  Set in...

The Nisley's 2023 Christmas Letter

"PEACE ON EARTH, GOOD WILL TO MAN" is the subject of the Nisley's 2023 Christmas Letter Ironically, many of the world's favorite...

Putting God First

Richard Nisley After graduating from college, I worked in a retail store for a large company. There seemed to be few prospects for...

Mastery for a Day--outline

Table of Contents Forward -- The Stuff of Dreams Lapping Brands Hatch in Dan Gurney's F-1 Eagle 1 - The Coronation of Stirling Moss The...

Forging a New Nation

It was the beginning of new era in the history of mankind. An otherwise ordinary man in ancient Egypt named Moses, had a meeting with...

In the Bleak Midwinter

If Christmas isn’t Christmas without snow, then you’ll appreciate the following story. It’s from “The Holly Tree” by Charles Dickens....

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