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There are no winners or losers in this election—Barrow’s address to the Nation

Below is the entire statement of President elect Barrow’s address to the nation. 

Fellow citizens and friends of The Gambia I wish to take this opportunity to congratulate the Independent Electoral Commission of The Gambia in particular and the Electorate at large for delivering free, fair and credible elections. 1,188 more words


Flags Flown At Half-Staff To Honor Slain Junior Firefighter

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – Gov. Tom Wolf has ordered all commonwealth flags at the Capitol Complex in Harrisburg and state facilities in Fayette County fly at half-staff in memory of a 16-year-old junior firefighter killed last month. 113 more words


8th December 65 B.C. The Birth of Horace, Roman soldier and poet #Onthisday

Quintus Horatius Flaccus was born #onthisday in history on the 8th December 65 B.C. and died on November 27 B.C. he was known simply was as Horace. 145 more words


43 BC – Marcus Tullius Cicero is assassinated

On This Day – 7 December 43BC

Cicero was one of the greatest orators of Rome, and lived through some of the most turbulent events at the end of the Republic.  328 more words


Fences, Walls and Bridges

Fences are meant to keep something in or to keep something out. Ranchers use fences to control the movement of livestock, keeping something in. Farmers use fences to keep critters out of the planted areas, keeping something out. 403 more words


Happiness Rising: Out of a World of Conflict and Noise

From the Daily Sheeple


The message of world events and news about those events seems to be: ignore your own life and your future; they aren’t important enough to consider. 376 more words

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence