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Death By Comparison

Last weekend was our second licensed show of the year.  I was feeling fairly confident with where we were going into the weekend, since we’d pulled off earning our Bronze Medal in our first two tests and we’d some decent scores at a subsequent schooling show.  820 more words

Equestrian Sports

The U.S. road network is less than one hundred years old.

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We strongly advocate driving across the U.S. sometime.  So much is missed travelling only by plane.  But imagine if there were no paved roads. 844 more words

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The Holocaust- Eisenhower's evidence.

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At the end of World War II, General Eisenhower made a decision to personally visit as many Nazi concentration camps as he could. 192 more words

History

Trump Comes Out of the Woods

President Donald seems to have had a nice break from his political torments over Father’s Day weekend. The barrage of bombshell revelations about the Russia thing with Trump and Russia largely ceased fire, the other bad news didn’t implicate him directly and was largely overlooked, and after a long separation he got to spend some quality time with his youngest son. 895 more words

Politics

Typical day on the Eisenhower...highway put into place by

Just your typical afternoon spent on the Eisenhower.

DYK: In 1956 President Eisenhower established the Federal Aid Highway Act of 1956 which allocated monies for the creation and development of our national highway system across our country? 32 more words

Here's one of my older posts from 2007--The Missing Word ("CONGRESSIONAL") in Ike's official speech upon his leaving office in 1960, is explained below!-GyG/May 2017*****IN THE "Gunny G" SPOTLIGHT!: The Military Industrial CONGRESSIONAL Complex?

SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 2007The Military Industrial CONGRESSIONAL Complex?We have often heard reference made to President Eisenhower’s so-called farewell warning to the nation, about the military-industrial complex, upon his leaving office in 1961.Upon closer examination of that speech, both what it did and did not say, we find that very likely he should have referred to it, more appropriately, as the “Military Industrial Congressional Complex, ” as, he apparently really meant. 703 more words

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