David Stokes

David Stokes
These Are the Heroes
By David Stokes
As we mark the 75th anniversary of one of the greatest moments in history, we should counter the defeatism and ...
June 06, 2019
When Eisenhower Died—March 28, 1969
By David Stokes
Fifty years ago, Billy Graham made his way to Walter Reed Hospital where Dwight D. Eisenhower, the great hero of ...
March 28, 2019
The Preacher Who Walked With Presidents
By David Stokes
Fifty years ago, in the wake of the hard-fought 1968 presidential election, the nation faced what many assumed would be ...
February 21, 2018
Does Great Trump Good?
March 01, 2016 |
It’s National Security, Stupid
By David Stokes
One thing is clear as we watch candidates from both major political parties scramble for the ...
December 11, 2015
Appeasement and the Near-Sighted Visionary
By David Stokes
When the word “appeasement” was first identified with the foreign policy of a nation, it was on purpose. Now a ...
April 17, 2015
The Day Nixon Told the Truth
By David Stokes
During his farewell remarks in the White House East Room on August 9, 1974, President Richard Milhous Nixon told the ...
August 09, 2014
The Revolutions of July
July 14, 2014 |
D-Day in Poetry and Prayer
By David Stokes
Nearly one hundred years ago, the late poet Robert Frost penned the famous lines: “Two roads diverged in a ...
June 06, 2014
And Touched the Face of God
By David Stokes
Shortly after the infamous attack on Pearl Harbor, pilot-poet James Gillespie Magee died. You may remember him via something he ...
May 26, 2014
As the Cheering Stops
February 02, 2014 |
I Support Phil Robertson—with One Reservation
By David Stokes
At the risk of having at least some of what I am about to share misunderstood, I venture a few ...
December 23, 2013
The World Leader Who Didn’t Attend Churchill's Funeral
By David Stokes
Why did one of the most politically savvy leaders ever to occupy the White House—Lyndon Baines Johnson—decide not to attend ...
December 10, 2013
Saving Reagan
By David Stokes
Hollywood put out some great movies in 1939, films such as Gone With the Wind, The Wizard of Oz, ...
October 03, 2013
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