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Would Your Ideal Americans be — Honest, Kind, Strong, and Responsible?

These days, it is kind of hard not to believe the great American divide is all around us. As proof we are bombarded daily with endless examples of a society divided by class, race, gender, politics, finances… And not to… Continue Reading →

FDR’s Words: ” Forests Are The Lungs Of Our Land “

The Dust Bowl was the worst drought in U.S. history, covering more than 75 percent of the country and affecting 27 states severely.  The drought lasted nearly a decade, from 1930-1939. It’s impacts lasted decades longer.  Topsoil from the drought… Continue Reading →

Mr. President, Who Is Terrorizing Whom?

With all due respect Mr. President, your recent remarks in Lisbon seem woefully inadequate at defining the problems or expressing the emotions of the American traveling public regarding the TSA‘s Enhanced Pat-Down (EPD) and Advanced Imaging Technology (AIT)  procedures. “One… Continue Reading →

Presidential Quotes

A few of my favorite presidential quotes in honor of President’s day: “On this view of the import of the term republic, instead of saying, as has been said, “that it may mean anything or nothing,” we may say with… Continue Reading →

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