Have you ever had one of those days where you felt like you just couldn’t get caught up? Well, if you felt like you were a step behind yesterday, you may be an hour late this morning. 319 more words
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During the late 17th century – when America was just a primordial soup of ambition, industry, and socially accepted racism – the taverns and speakeasies were where merchants, craftsmen, and lawmakers could mingle and get hammered together in one, democratized, place of libations and liberation. 554 more words
As I was scrolling through Facebook yesterday, I saw a post about children saying the pledge of allegiance daily. I “liked” the post and then I noticed that my friend asked others how they felt about children saying the pledge each day at school. 1,323 more words
This will appear in The Gazette, Farmerville, Louisiana, USA on March 14th.
In 1938 Adolph Hitler made one of his many moves for world conquest and domination by moving troops into a part of Czechoslovakia known as the Sudetenland. 1,002 more words