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228th Anniversary of George Washington’s Inauguration: A Look Into His Life

George Washington was born on February 22, 1732 in Westmoreland County, Virginia. Washington’s father died when he was eleven years old leaving most of his property to Washington’s half brother Lawrence. 876 more words

The Make-Up Artist

Make-up artists in show business are the cosmeticians in the off-stage dressing rooms who paint the performers. In plays and films they make sure the actors look their parts. 173 more words

WE DROP BOWS ON EM!!! (MOAB)

How we doing hard-chargers!?! :)

So I’m sure you’ve heard about the 21,600lb bomb we dropped on an ISIS target right??? No??? Ok well lemme give you a better explanation thereof… 518 more words

The Chief Is Hailed

Early last Friday, 59 cruise missiles were launched by the Trump administration in response to a chemical attack which killed 86 people in Syria. Before the dust had even settled, the media had determined the legitimacy of this presidency by virtue of its military injunction. 533 more words

Pulse

Morality, Race, and Chemical Assaults in Syria

By Roger Witherspoon

In 2013, President Assad launched a massive gas attack on civilians which killed more than 1,400 men, women, and children.  President Obama was both horrified and angry and sought legal authorization from the gop-controlled Congress to launch a military strike against Syria. 1,007 more words

Farter in Chief...

It’s been widely reported that our Commander in Chief has a serious flatulence issue… That is to say he’s a farter… Bigly.  Now we all do it so its hard to criticize someone for such a thing but many are saying that this has become a major story within White House corridors with some staffers characterizing the President’s farts as, “…nothing short of gnarly.”  In fact, it has been reported that some White House staffers have taken to using the term “ 42 more words

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Interview With Donald Trump

Saturday, 18 March 2017, Washington, DC – After a (kinda) brief hiatus, the Daily Neptune returns – with something quite a bit unusual. This morning, at about 8:30 AM EDT, we may or may not have been thrilled to interview President Trump. 1,521 more words