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Cheap therapy

One of the blogs I follow, All Seasons Cyclist, noted in a post today that “cleaning supplies are cheaper than therapy,” and I enthusiastically agree with that statement. 802 more words

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William Few, Jr. - Signer of the Constitution - Georgia

William Few, Jr., (William) who represented Georgia at the Constitutional Convention, was a self-made man. Born 8 June 1748, he was the third son of William, Sr., and Mary Wheeler Few. 2,058 more words


Charles Pinckney - Signer of the Constitution - South Carolina

Charles Pinckney, born 26 October 1757 at Charles Town (now Charleston) South Carolina, was the oldest son of Colonel Charles and Frances Brewton Pinckney. He represented South Carolina at the Constitutional Convention, was an ardent apostle of the rights of man. 1,956 more words


William Blount - Signer of the Constitution - North Carolina

William Blount was one of the signers of the Constitution from North Carolina. His story could eventually be called a tragedy in American history, but, for those who knew him, William Blount was a man whose leadership would inspire a generation and help give birth to the official state of Tennessee. 3,119 more words


James Madison, Jr. - Signer of the Constitution - Virginia

Born on March 16, 1751, in Port Conway, Virginia, James Madison was the son of James, Sr. and Eleanor Rose Conway Madison. He had three brothers and three sisters who lived to adulthood. 1,739 more words


Busting the Filibuster

Last Wednesday, Joe Biden woke up ready to do something he’d never done before: break a tie vote in the Senate. In five years as Vice President, he has  1,760 more words