Here are some one liners...
Beware the Man with One Gun -- Reverend Daggett defends New Haven with one gun. I talk about the need for the chaplaincy in the military for more than just praying for victory.
Peggy Marries Benedict Arnold... not HITLER! -- Peggy is a Crown loyalist who was recently dating the head of British Intelligence and is now marrying a Major General of the Continental Army. What could go wrong?
And a Little Bit More -- Benedict Arnold is negotiating with British to sell out the Continental Army, and John Paul Jones takes a prize.
Beware the Man with One GunOn the 5th of July. On a hill overlooking New Haven. One man. One gun. Facing the British in defense of his students and his sacred honor. Reverend Daggett's black robes wave in the breeze as he loads and shoots. He is the former president of Yale College, founded in 1701 "As an Act of Liberty". 100 students from Yale fire into the British leading elements. The British are forced back until the students top the ridge and look down the barrels of 2,000 British regulars. The students turn and run, but the Reverend will not run. He loads and shoots, loads and shoots. A British patrol finally locates the Reverend on the hill. 
- They shout, "Old man! What are you doing firing on His Majesty's troops?"
- Reverend Daggett replies, "I am exercising my rights of war."  
Peggy Marries Benedict Arnold... not HITLER!Peggy is a teenager and the daughter of Judge Shippen, who had remained neutral, but neutrality in Philadelphia was as good as being a traitor in 1777. He was threatened and placed under house arrest until the British took Philadelphia late that year. John Andre was the head of British Intelligence at the time. He started courting Peggy, the hottest babe in town. She was delighted. Her family was no longer in danger from the patriots. But as the British pulled out of Philadelphia, General Benedict Arnold was appointed military governor and given the thankless task of cleaning up the mess left behind. He became enchanted with young Peggy Shippen and one thing led to another. They are married this year April. An American Major General is married to a Crown Loyalist who was dating the head of British Intelligence only a few months ago. What could possibly go wrong?  
And a Little Bit More
- Benedict Arnold is court-martialed for possibly cooking the books during his Quebec campaign. He will later be absolved from all but two minor charges, but he begins negotiations with the British to sell out the Continental Army for 10,000 pounds... a fortune. His new wife, Peggy, is expensive to keep. 
- John Paul Jones has not yet begun to fight! He takes HMS Serapis as his prize. The man is a winner, and maybe insane.