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“It was one thing for them to attack our camps, and bases. That we could live with. That we knew was coming.” John Paul looked up at the stars, and the moon, “But, they’ve been attacking more and more. 788 more words


Thunderstorms and Flooding reported around Arco Mediterraneo

Freak weather has been reported around Arco Mediterraneo with violent thunderstorms and heavy rainfall. Residents of Arco Meditteraneo have reported the territory is safe for the time being. 71 more words

Imperial State News

Strange fruit: reaching my 100th blog

I wonder how I got here: my one hundredth blog entry.

Like an Academy Award Winner, I have to thank my family, for without my family where would I find my inspiration? 510 more words


Lincoln's Proclamation Calling for a National Fast Day

Washington, D.C.
March 30, 1863

Senator James Harlan of Iowa, whose daughter later married President Lincoln’s son Robert, introduced this Resolution in the Senate on March 2, 1863. 646 more words

American History

Soldiers and Sailors Monument - Peoria, IL

Initial Visit: January 21st, 2015
Rating: 5/5
Price: Free

Description: A great monument to those from the Peoria-area who served in the Civil War.

This monument is over 100 years old and is a nice tribute to those who served in the Civil War. 109 more words



Rebels intensified attacks on western Aleppo. Militants shelled a ‘safe area’ in the Bustan al Qasr quarter. 19 more words

Warring Sides