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The Founding Fathers series is the culmination of soul, sweat, tears, sleepless nights, experience, spare time, and not so spare time of our team; who think it is finally ready.
Summary: The UAE Ministry of Economy will launch three community initiatives in memory of the late founding father, Shaikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan.
In today's seemingly divisive world, I cannot help but think of the values of America's founding fathers and their faith that America would always be a place that is open to people from all religious backgrounds.
SIX of Merseyside football's founding fathers were back in their Liverpool home this week.
We are not sure which Founding Fathers McCaleb has in mind.
The most conservative principle of the Founding Fathers was distrust of unchecked power.
In The Faith of the Founding Fathers (Oxford University, 2006) David Holmes admits that America's early leaders were religious but contends they were also deeply suspicious of the dangers of established religion and went out of their way to ensure that religion did not have too great a voice in public affairs.
The other--Landon Carter--was a wealthy slaveowner in Virginia and might like Franklin have become a so-called Founding Father had he not died in 1778.