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A Look Into the Life of Franklin D. Roosevelt

Franklin D. Roosevelt was born in Hyde Park, New York on January 30, 1882. He was the son of James Roosevelt and Sara Delano Roosevelt. In 1905, he married Anna Eleanor Roosevelt (his fifth cousin once removed). 372 more words


Republicans Are the Real Socialists

Popular Economics Weekly

The new Republican Congress is exposing a not surprising fact. Its first actions are attempts to water down The Dodd-Frank Wall Street and Consumer Protection Act, and repealing Obamacare—which will pass the risks of financial meltdowns and medical catastrophes back to us, the taxpayers. 373 more words

Great Depression

The Rising Red Tide - Part: 1

Who would have guessed the west would be in the grasp of socialism two decades after the fall of the USSR.

Not long ago we viewed socialism as the ultimate evil, we were prepared for a nuclear Armageddon to prevent the spread of socialism into western Europe and the United States. 748 more words


Josiah DuBois and the Creation of the War Refugee Board

On Christmas Day 1943, a young US Treasury Department employee wrote something that would change the lives of more than 100,000 Jews in Europe. Josiah DuBois worked on this document despite the fact that he was risking his job and had little time to spend with his family on the holiday. 303 more words

American History

5 Ways You Should Celebrate National Bill of Rights Day

A very important U.S holiday is here — one that far too many Americans are unaware of. It offers civilians a great chance to be informed of our tradition of liberty and the right to defend our heritage. 281 more words


Allegro on the River Elbe - 2. Potsdam

From East Berlin we coached to Potsdam, a ride of about 1 1/2 hours and spent the rest of the morning visiting the Cecilienhof Palace. 370 more words


First Person: Sober Imagery of Pearl Harbor Remains with WWII Navy Veteran

This is from Yahoo News.

We have one man’s story of  how his life changed.

Yahoo News asked Americans deeply impacted by the Dec. 7, 1941, 431 more words