Prince Henry considers the burden of the crown in our first speech from Shakespeare's Henry the Fourth, Part One “When thou dost pinch thy bearer, thou dost sit Like a rich armour worn in heat of day, That scalds with safety.”

In our second speech, Napoléon Bonapart, 1798 gave this speech glorifying his might as he strived to seize control in the Middle East. “If you surrender to us you will not be abandoned, otherwise the edge of the sword will fall on your heads.”

Marc Patrick Prescott

Power Begins

Gluttony of Power

Answer to Tyranny

Response to Rebellion

Death of Power