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The Roosevelts and the House of Orange

By Paul Sparrow, Library Director

The relationship between the Roosevelt family and the Dutch royal family, known as the House of Orange, is both charming and historically significant. 1,134 more words


FDR on Hand Outs

In these days, President Franklin Roosevelt is considered to be one of the “bad guys” by many folks on the conservative side of the aisle.  After all, it was FDR that brought upon us many of the social programs that are, today, economically so hard to sustain. 163 more words


Top 12 reasons the Good War was Bad - Hiroshima in context

By David Swanson | American Herald Tribune | May 23, 2016

Consider this a friendly reminder to President Obama on his way to Hiroshima.

No matter how many years one writes books, does interviews, publishes columns, and speaks at events, it remains virtually impossible to make it out the door of an event in the United States at which you’ve advocated abolishing war without somebody hitting you with the what-about-the-good-war question.

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Board Game Brawl Review of Scythe

Nick over at Board Game Brawl did a great review of Scythe from Stonemaier Games. Check it out!

Flaming Dice Reviews

Kickstarter Preview - 7 & 7

7 & 7 is a card game where 2 to 5 players take sides in the battle of good and evil! Players have access to double sided cards; one side with a Virtue, and the other side with a Sin. 64 more words

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fear and abiding in Christ

In 1939, FDR in his inaugural address said, “I am certain that my fellow Americans expect that on my induction into the Presidency I will address them with a candor and a decision which the present situation of our people impel. 633 more words