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WOUNDS REOPENED

America went through a tumultuous time in its’ history during the 1960s. Civil rights went to the forefront of America’s interests and was right there with Viet Nam, the Kennedy assassinations and landing a man on the moon. 512 more words

A SAD TIME – A TENSE TIME

This week has been both sad time for our community while at the same time a tense time for both our nation and the world. 582 more words

FINALLY, A GLIMMER OF HOPE?

The last eight years has been anything but desirable for the Unites States as it addresses the American spirit and cooperation between opposing political, racial and minority groups. 611 more words

KOREAN DILEMMA IS QUIT COMPLEX

North Korea has finally developed and tested via a successful launch an International Continental Ballistic Missile, ICBM, that is capable of reaching the United States. At this stage in the fledgling North Korean missile program, the only state that the missile can hit is Alaska but it won’t be long before Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angles will become targets. 583 more words

UNKNOWN FOUNDING FATHERS – JOHN WITHERSPOON

 

We all know the common names of the authors and signers of the Declaration of Independence.  Names such as Adams, Jefferson, Franklin, Washington and of course Hancock are all synonymous with this historic document.  428 more words

AMERICA IS GREAT – QUIT WHINING

Two hundred and forty-one years ago America was conceived by a handful of courageous men in an assembly hall in Philadelphia. Something so bold, so grand as the building of a nation in a new style takes time and massaging accompanied with changes, restarts and sometimes failure. 621 more words

PEOPLE THAT BUILT OUR STATE AND OUR COUNTRY – BOB KENNON

Louisiana has been known for its’ flamboyant politicians.  Long, Edwards. Leche and many other names conger up memories of politicians that you either loved or hated.   734 more words