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FERNLEY'S SECOND NOVEL LEAVES ME IN A STATE OF FLUX AND CAPACITY FOR AN ENDING

When H.G. Wells published his novella The Time Machine in 1836, time travel was still in the realms of fantasy. With the development of nuclear and quantum physics over the past one hundred and eighty years, the idea of travelling back and forward in time is perceived to be closer than ever. 935 more words

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Happy Father's Day

Bow Tie Tours Wishes Happy Fathers Day to our Founding Father (and all the other fathers out there as well)!

First Principles: There Is No Greater Duty Than One's God, Country and Family

“Gentlemen, you will permit me to put on my spectacles, for I have grown not only gray, but almost blind in the service of my country.” – George Washington, 1783

First Principles

OTD in History… June 15, 1775, the Continental Congress votes George Washington Commander in Chief of the Continental Army in the American Revolution

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OTD in History… June 15, 1775, the Continental Congress votes George Washington Commander in Chief of the Continental Army in the American Revolution… 876 more words

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U.S. Army Celebrates 243rd Birthday – June 14, 2018

Some cool facts about the United States Army to celebrate the Army’s 242nd birthday!

  • Thirty presidents served in the Army and/or state militias, including Captain Abraham Lincoln.
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