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Chart of the day: Domestic perceptions of power

From the Pew Research Center, which reports:

[W]hile most Americans see the U.S. as the global economic and military leader, many also said the U.S.

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Memorial Day 2016

Today’s post actually has two parts to it. The first is a story my mom wrote about the time she learned her father had died. The second is a speech my grandmother gave at my uncle’s church yesterday. 2,580 more words

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Remembering the Fallen in Wayne County

HONESDALE — Folks remembered the fallen in Wayne County Monday morning with a parade and ceremony.

At the start of the Memorial Day Parade in Honesdale, veterans stopped on the bridge over the Lackawaxen River. 235 more words


The Duran - America’s New Superweapon Fails to take Russia and China by Surprise (VIDEO)

Last week the Wall Street Journal released the first footage of America’s new superweapon – a railgun, which requires neither gunpowder nor explosives to operate, but rather, by an electromagnetic rail. 241 more words


Why I Do Not Feel Bad For Celebrating

Hello dear reader(s)!

In my country of the United States of America (not to be confused with America, which is one of two continents), it is Memorial Day.   426 more words


Memorial Day

Today is Memorial Day in the United States. This holiday, which honors the war dead for all of the country’s military conflicts, evolved from Decoration Day which began in 1868.  1,468 more words