Author Archives: Samuel Adams

About Samuel Adams

I was born on September 27, 1722, in Boston, Massachusetts. A strong opponent of British taxation, I helped formulate resistance to the Stamp Act and played a vital role in organizing the Boston Tea Party. I was a second cousin of U.S. President John Adams, with whom I urged a final break from Great Britain. I was a signee of the U.S. Declaration of Independence.

Guarding Our Gifts

Sorry Mr. Darwin, God created the universe and all that is in it.  When we tamper with God’s plan, inevitably we foul it up and then marvel at the results.  Killer bees, kudzu, the Tower of Babel, “public education”.   Why is “public education” … Continue reading

Posted in Education | 3 Comments

What Have You Done With Our Country ?

I don’t recognize this place.  Am I in Augustus’ Rome?  I see a clearly delineated Patrician class (politicians, leaders of industry, the “press”) and a clearly delineated Plebian class (all the “unwashed” worker bees) anxiously awaiting their treats delivered through … Continue reading

Posted in Education | 2 Comments

Count me In!

As my friend Paul Revere warned John Hancock and me in April 1775, “the Regulars are coming out!”  We need to be vigilant because our rights and liberties are being trampled.  Support the tea parties and stand up to government … Continue reading

Posted in Election 2010, Uncategorized | Leave a comment