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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


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


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
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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



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


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

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