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POPLAR POINT WAS THE SITE OF A POPULIST REVOLUTION

Today, Poplar Point is known mostly as a polluted stretch of empty land along the Anacostia that always seems like it’s on the brink of being developed… 686 more words

FRANKLIN SCHNEIDER

How Could They Tell?

This article appeared in Ceylon Today on Thursday March 16 2017


How Could They Tell?

Last week I wrote about speculation surrounding the death of the 29th president of the United States, Warren Gamaliel Harding. 1,372 more words

Ceylon Today

Betty Boop for President

Director: Dave Fleischer
Release Date: November 4, 1932
Stars: Betty Boop
Rating: ★★★★
Review:

‘Betty Boop for President’ is one of those rare pre-war cartoons using current events as its subject. 207 more words

Black And White Films

“Competition is not only the basis of protection to the consumer, but is the incentive to progress.”

—Herbert Hoover.

Thought For Today

17. Wichita, KS to Grand Rapids, MN; April 8-12, 2012

We learned another baby was on the way in late December.  We celebrated at Logan’s steakhouse.

We went home and started planning in earnest for our Alaska move.   318 more words

Hitching a Ride with a President

By Thomas Schwartz

John Wade Gordon stood along a hot, dusty California highway not far from Petaluma hoping to hitch a ride to Sausalito ferry about forty miles south.  631 more words

Herbert Hoover

March 3rd National Anthem Day

Today, March 3rd 1931, is the day our country got it’s National Anthem… The Star Spangled Banner. It was installed through the efforts of President Herbert Hoover, maybe the main thing his administration is remembered for. 236 more words

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