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Toast of the Week- April 30, 2016

At its worst, it offers little more than a smile on a bad day. Holding the door open for someone riddled with grocery bags. Letting a car merge in traffic. 150 more words

LBM

The Big Scrum

 I received this ARC while still working at Coles. While sports isn’t typically my jam, I was intrigued by the history aspect of The Big Scrum. 419 more words

History & Politics

Big Sticks

“Speak softly and carry a big stick; you will go far.” said by Teddy; lived by Taylor.

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Homestand Highlights: Minnesota Twins (April 22-24) & Philadelphia Phillies (April 26-28)

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The upcoming homestand includes complimentary tickets for military service members, a giveaway item featuring Racing President Teddy and a visit from a NASA astronaut. 874 more words

Anthony Rendon

Earth Day is Not Just for Hippies Anymore

April 22 is Earth Day and no doubt many of the Earth Day observances will be obnoxious and useless. People have given environmentalism a bad name. 498 more words

Notes From A Polite New Yorker

A Quiet Strength

A Quiet Strength

Let your gentleness be known to all men. The Lord is at hand.

Philippians 4:5

Power is usually thought of as tough and forceful, sometimes even loud. 363 more words

Reviving and defining the concept of Patriotism

While speaking in Paris during the month of April in 1910, Theodore Roosevelt examined his thoughts on the meaning of “patriotism” and how he viewed that concept in an ever more connected world. 348 more words

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