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Letters and Twix

The sleep deprivation is real, bruh. But we keep marching on with 7:30 mornings and 11:30 nights. I get more sleep than I do during the school year, but somehow, a combination of class and social interaction manages to wear me out every day. 1,572 more words

Poetry

Have the American people completely lost their Minds, or just their Power of Reason ?

LEST WE FORGET:

Hard to argue with these numbers…and to answer the last part of this… Yes, we have lost our ability to reason.

This is all factually (and historically) correct – and verifiable if one would decide to do some research toward that end…. 683 more words
Illegal Immigration

1961 and Beyond: Moving from Elation to Disillusion

The sixties were a tumultuous time to be growing up.  As a twelve-year-old I was elated when John F. Kennedy was elected president.  His vision for the country was so exciting to me. 627 more words

Living

FROM D-DAY TO ETERNITY

A few days ago, June 6th, marked the 70th anniversary of D-Day, and the beginning of the end of Adolph Hitler’s evil Nazi empire. About 160 thousand Allied troops consisting of mostly U.S. 1,164 more words

June 8, 1968: Remembering RFK's Funeral

Forty-six years ago today, I remember running home from Little League to watch the funeral of Bobby Kennedy.  I would later attend the 20th and 25th anniversary memorial masses at his grave at RFK, both of which were two of most moving masses I ever attended. 1,033 more words

Kennedy's

Remembering Robert “Bobby” Kennedy

Forty-six years ago I was awarded a B.A. degree in history after five, not the usual four, years of reading books and writing papers.  I was somewhat burned out and in need of a rest before receiving that letter of impending doom from General Hershey, Director of the Selective Service Administration. 1,198 more words

Historian's Almanac