Covering every hamlet and precinct in America, big and small, the stories span arts and sports, business and history, innovation and adventure, generosity and courage, resilience and redemption, faith and love, past and present. In short, Our American Stories tells the story of America to Americans.

About Lee Habeeb

Lee Habeeb co-founded Laura Ingraham’s national radio show in 2001, moved to Salem Media Group in 2008 as Vice President of Content overseeing their nationally syndicated lineup, and launched Our American Stories in 2016. He is a University of Virginia School of Law graduate, and writes a weekly column for Newsweek.

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The Teen CEO of the Candy that Cleans Your Teeth

Giving Out Pizza From a Second Story Apartment Raises Over $30,000

On this episode of Our American Stories, Ben Berman, a 2nd-year grad student in Philadelphia, made the most of his time while staying at home during a global pandemic. Here's his story.

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How Patrick Henry Saved America From Its First Civil War

On this episode of Our American Stories, George Washington led America's army to independence. He needed help to avoid leading it into our first civil war.

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The Most Divided Election in American History—The Story of America Series [Ep. 16]

On this episode of Our American Stories, like today, our nation has always been divided. Bill McClay, author of Land of Hope, tells the story of a nation on the brink shortly after its founding—and how we got our first peaceful transition of power from one political party to another.

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How B.B. King's Guitar "Lucille" Got Her Name

On this episode of Our American Stories, Neil Young has "Old Black", Willie Nelson plays "Trigger", and Elvis worked with "The Dove", but perhaps the most famous nickname for a guitar is what B.B. King named his Gibson ES-355...Lucille. Here to tell the fiery story of how she got her name is B.B. King's longtime friend, Myron Johnson, and Daniel de Vice, author of King of The Blues.

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Las Vegas Must See: The Neon Museum

On this episode of Our American Stories, executive director of the Neon Museum, Aaron Berger, shares some of the history of Las Vegas and the iconic signage associated with it.

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John Ford: The Greatest Director of All Time Quits Hollywood To Fight In World War II

On this episode of Our American Stories, John Ford was Hollywood’s greatest director (Rio Grande and The Searchers, for example). As WWII began, the 47-year-old Ford was at the top of his game when he quit Hollywood and joined the U.S. Navy. Roger McGrath is here to tell the story.

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Winston Churchill: He Hated War, But He Was Great At It

On this episode of Our American Stories, Dr. Larry P. Arnn, President of Hillsdale College, tells the story of how Winston Churchill, despite hating war, was great at it...and what that meant for Britain during her darkest hours.

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The Harvard Country Boys Who Shaped America

On this episode of Our American Stories, this is the story of how two country boys rose to the highest heights of Harvard Yard, yet their lives would have two dramatically different fates. Here to tell the story Andrew Porwancher. He is a professor at Arizona State University and is also a Jack Miller Center Fellow.

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The Winner Who Always Finished Last

On this episode of Our American Stories, Saje Hellstern was the fastest on his cross-country team and always finished in the top. After a tumor was found in his brain, he endured over a year of radiation and chemo. But, that didn't stop him from running and finishing his races. Here to share his story is his stepfather, Roger.

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