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September 11th, Ten Years later

This is a beautiful tribute by Budweiser. It was only shown once because it was not meant to be a commercial in any way, simply a tribute. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3eQmzw6n3k] This is CNN footage of the South...

Happy Birthday U. S. Coast Guard

It's 221 years for the Coast Guard. The Coast Guard is one of the oldest organizations of the federal government and until Congress established the Navy Department in 1798 we served as the nation's only...

12,000 Year Old Structure Found In Turkey

12,000 Years Old Unexplained Structure found by shepherd in Turkey. No signs of tools.

NASA And Its Countless Contributions

NASA has invented many everyday items that we take for granted and that would never have come into existence. They have developed robots, velcro and so much more... Here are a few: ...

HAPPY BIRTHDAY AMERICA

  The Declaration of Independence and Capitalism Before it was edited by John Adams and Benjamin Franklin, the original draft of the Declaration of Independence stated that, "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all...

148 Years Ago Today-the Turning Point of the Civil War

We must be students of history to make certain we never again turn against one another. The divisions in this country being fostered along racial, class and religious lines must be rejected outright. Look...

Who Was Frederick Douglass

The National Park Service has an interesting online tour of Frederick Douglass' home. See here: Tour his rooms Born a slave, Frederick Douglass escaped to New York and began a life fighting for freedom for blacks...

Remember the United States Soldier

God bless the United States soldier.

Congressional Medal of Honor Winner, Staff Sergeant Robert J. Miller

Staff Sergeant Robert J. Miller, winner of the Congressional Medal of Honor. He gave his life to save those of his men and the Afghan soldiers with him. His mother said he used to...

Before Ayn Rand-There Was Isabel Paterson

Isabel Paterson (1886-1961) was a "radical individualist in both theory and practice," explains Stephen Cox in his new book about her entitled, The Woman and the Dynamo: Isabel Paterson and the Idea of America...

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