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Theodore Roosevelt Island

Many people who visit the FDR Memorial in D.C. don’t realize that his fifth cousin, President Theodore Roosevelt, also has a memorial nearby. In fact, he has a whole island named after him.  319 more words


President Theodore Roosevelt: Driven Into the Fire

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President Theodore Roosevelt

“It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed. In this life we get nothing save by effort.” President Theodore Roosevelt…

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The American Worker

The American Worker

On this July 4th weekend American patriotism was on display and it reminded me of a true story.

A poignant story is told about the sorrowful days following President Roosevelt’s death in 1945. 352 more words

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Who Originally Forged The Hitler Map That President Roosevelt Used To Get America Into WWII? - Ivar Bryce

On October 8, 2014, for our Reading Library I published an extensive compendium concerning Casimir Pilenas Palmer (who was a combined Russian and British and later American deep cover intelligence agent) and his little known role in the Protocols of Zion hoax. 3,480 more words

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Iraq: Bad And Worse Decisions

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Deciding to go to war is never a good decision, never a right decision. At its essence, modern warfare – the mechanized slaughter of human beings on an industrial scale – is the quintessence of man’s inhumanity to man. 458 more words


A Presidential Visit to Niagara Falls, October 17, 1936

By Michelle Ann Kratts

On Saturday, October 17, 1936, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, thirty-second President of the United States, and First Lady, Eleanor Roosevelt, were greeted in Niagara Falls, New York, by at least 40,000 spectators.   684 more words


United Nations at Muir Woods 70 Years Ago

On May 19, 1945, more than 500 United Nations delegates traveled from the first U.N. peace conference to Muir Woods National Monument from San Francisco. 304 more words

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