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Little Rock Look Back: Land for first LR public park is transferred to city

April 23, 1892, marked the beginning of the City of Little Rock’s public park system.  On that date, the City officially took possession of land which would become what is now known as MacArthur Park. 301 more words


General MacArthur, where are you?...

History may not repeat itself, as Mark Twain famously noted, but sometimes it rhymes.

Nervous eyes are now on China and North Korea. And this is where the rhyming comes in. 482 more words

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A Taste of History: Douglas MacArthur and the Bataan Death March

Hey, guys! I’m going to give you guys some information regarding events that took place during WWII that are occasionally looked over, as all historical events are, and need to be read. 539 more words

Women's History Month - Bernie Babcock

Julia Burnelle “Bernie” Smade Babcock was an author and museum founder.  When her husband died, leaving her with five children, she starting writing for money. She published several temperance novels and later wrote for the… 224 more words


What I'm reading...

I literally just finished reading “Killing the Rising Sun” by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard. I’ve read the other books in the “Killing” series, with the exception of the Jesus one, and they’re all good at keeping my attention.   254 more words

Hero and Villains

In the ever-increasing temperature of the climate of fear implemented by every administration in the U.S. and much of the West since 11 September 2001, the description “hero” is being applied to everything from charity runners to foodbank volunteers. 1,046 more words


The church will go forward victoriously

General Douglas MacArthur stated that in war there is no substitute for victory. The Christian is to put on the whole armor of God. That armor did not include any provision for the back.

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