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Laying of the Wreath Ceremony ~ President James Buchanan's Grave ~ Woodward Hill Cemetery, Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Guests Arrive

Guests in Costume

Color Guard

Period Dress

Gloves

Taps

President Buchanan’s Memorial

Masons

Army Reservists

Lancaster County

Sunday Afternoon Fade

Sunday afternoon is always that time of transition from weekend to regular week.  I would have said work week but I don’t get paid to work, so the two time periods are hardly distinguishable except for the change in traffic patterns.   1,070 more words

Politics

One-Man Nation

There’s an old Chinese proverb that goes, “May you live in interesting times.” Well really, it’s more of a curse that one might speak to an enemy. 446 more words

Politics

Quote of the Day

“All the great natural resources which are vital to the welfare of the whole people should be kept either in the hands or under the control of the whole people.”

– Theodore Roosevelt

Environment

The Champs And The Chief

The reigning college football champions visited the White House today, and President Obama made the Ohio State Buckeyes feel welcome and appreciated.  We may not agree with the President on all things, but he did a good job of spotlighting the defining qualities of this team of stalwarts:  they were a resilient bunch who didn’t back down after some initial adversity and showed true character in winning an improbable championship. 101 more words

America

League of Unknown Presidents, Part Five

(There is a knock at the door)

Hayes: Now who is it?

Harrison: Come in.

(The door opens to reveal 23rd President Benjamin Harrison)

Benjamin Harrison: 371 more words

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