While the enemy fought hard, our Soldiers, Airmen, and Marines routed the North Vietnamese. While our news media spun this as a defeat for us, in point of fact we won decisively. A firsthand account contrasts the heroism and gallantry of Americans and South Vietnamese against the media whitewash. Ironically and sadly, Vietnam would end […]
About First Principles Press
Our Founding Fathers “with a firm reliance on divine providence” mutually pledged to each other their Lives, their Fortunes and their sacred Honor to establish the foundations of American independence, law and civil government to secure our rights of “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” as inalienable rights endowed by our Creator. Since then, the foundation of America’s institutions has been incrementally stripped away from public life.
Since zeal without knowledge, without action cannot prevail in the public arena, First Principles’ goal is to equip leaders in the fight to restore America’s foundation and her guiding first principles. Since 1992, First Principles Press has published and distributed works of enduring significance by which individual Americans become grounded in the nation’s history and founding principles. This knowledge provides guidance to We The People and their representatives in government and institutional leaders in Church and state. Responsible Americans can only enjoy the liberties secured by America’s founders to the degree to which, We the People hold government and public bodies accountable at the county, state and national levels.
America was founded as “One Nation Under God,” but today her future is in the hands of a generation ignorant of the country’s history. Through prayer and action, First Principles has sounded a call to “Restore” (Isaiah 42:22) through three educational campaigns: Teaching American history from uncensored primary source documents, revealing the Biblical foundations of American law and civil government; Defending and restoring prayer in America’s Armed Forces
Reestablishing; and educating others on the First Principle of America’s Armed Forces, “Exemplary Conduct”.