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The Bernard Baruch Bench of Inspiration

On today’s bike ride I stopped in Lafayette Square Park (MAP) to eat my lunch.  And as I was sitting on a bench near the Andrew Jackson statue in the middle of the park, I noticed a bronze plaque on a granite base next to the bench. 759 more words


Field Marshal Horatio Herbert Kitchener 5: An Act Of Heresy

Kitchener was not a man who relished being sidelined, despite which he remained in office after his role as Secretary of State for War was deliberately subverted by his enemies and detractors in 1915, when he went to Gallipoli to assess the situation on the government’s behalf. 1,840 more words


The First Mother’s Day

Today on Days to remember we celebrate how on May 10th 1908, which was on a Sunday. The first Mother’s Day took place during a church service in Grafton West Virginia. 316 more words

Service rather than Indiference

It could be said that Woodrow Wilson’s ideas are like a work of art. While the artist lived, the world was slow to embrace the art, but after the artist’s death, the world recognized the greatness of the work. 259 more words


Mystery Monday - The Petticoat President

The Early Years

In October of 1872, the seventh of Judge William Holcomb Bolling and Sarah Spears twelve children was born, Edith Bolling.[1] Her roots were as American as they could come. 1,604 more words

American History



by Bill Lockwood

Ugliness of the debate aside, one worrisome element pertaining to Donald Trump was revealed that has received little, if any, attention. 712 more words

Donald Trump

Star Spangled Banner

Today on Day’s to Remember, we celebrate how on March 3rd 1931 The Star Spangled Banner, written by Francis Scott Key, was adopted as the American national anthem. 288 more words