Interviews

For Sir Winston Churchill’s birthday, read what his great-grandson Jonathan Sandys has discovered to fill a void in scholarship on Britain’s wartime prime minister: his Christianity. Jonathan kindly took the time to have an interesting conversation with me about Churchill’s faith in Christ and what the

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7 Questions With Amanda Read, Co-Host of the History Author Show… It was my pleasure to speak with the history enthusiast website Histocrats about how history has been a lifelong inspiration for me that has turned into a profession. You might be interested in reading

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This week my first appearance on the History Author Show aired. I joined host Dean Karayanis for a fun conversation and showcasing of Jim Leeke’s Matty Boy: A Civil War Novel For Young Readers. Listen in, and decide what you think. Do you have any

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The following was interview was originally part of a Smart Girl Politics series in early 2013 and didn’t end up getting published. But some of the topics covered are still relevant today! Bethany Bowra will now be writing a daily column for Smart Girl Politics. Follow

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Patty Hunter is a real sweetheart and a godly lady on a mission. Read my interview with her at Live Action News.

Here’s a little something I participated in with Alexander Thompson and Amanda Achtman in spare moments at Samford University, behind the scenes of America’s First Principles of Freedom Seminar hosted by the Intercollegiate Studies Institute and Alabama Policy Institute. NOTE: Words failed me when I

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My break from college thus far has been quite interesting. In the midst of keeping myself plenty busy with writing projects, some surprises hatched along the way. On July 5th we put one of our Transylvania Naked Neck/Silkie cross hens in the clutch pen to

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OHATCHEE, Al. May 30, 2011 — I first heard about Jedediah Bila when a guy I’m acquainted with “Liked” her on Facebook – for good reason, too. Besides being gorgeous, the conservative writer and former teacher from an Italian family in Brooklyn is gaining a

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala., November 11, 2010 – The conservative outcome of the midterm elections was a reigning topic of the Alabama Policy Institute’s Annual Dinner, which took place at the Cahaba Grand Conference center. Established in 1989, the API is “a non-partisan, non-profit research and education

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Amanda Read’s conversation with Michelle Rhee about American education. Since she announced her resignation from D.C. Schools and started her own website, Chancellor Michelle Rhee has been inundated with e-mails.  In the midst of it all, she graciously offered to answer some questions that I

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