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Truman and Free Speech

“There is no more fundamental axiom of American freedom than the familiar statement: In a free country, we punish men for the crimes they commit…

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The Truman Show, 1998 (Years of My Life)

“Good morning, and in case I don’t see ya, good afternoon, good evening, and good night!”

Finally, landing back into sanity. After what was a difficult birthday watching… 1,707 more words

Years Of My Life

George F. Kennan

GEORGE F. KENNAN (1904 – 2005)

American Diplomat

Kennan was an influential diplomat during the Cold War. His ideas influenced the Truman Doctrine and the containment of the Soviet Union. 28 more words

Calling Card

Navigation, Recreation, or Migration?

The natural history of the Osage River is epitomized by one concept: movement. The battle for the soul of the river has been based on whether it should be a thoroughfare of navigation, a vast pool for recreation, or a corridor for migration. 1,292 more words

Learning to Receive

After my last blog update, the reality of one of the lessons my wife and I learning down here on the field revolves around the idea or learning to receive. 1,547 more words


Famous people's unsent letters

Dear Fellow Journalers,

Lest you think that you’re the only one who’s faced their inner demons of writing un-sent letters take heart. Several famous people have written these missives but instead of destroying them, kept them for us to read many years later. 197 more words

The Un-Sent Letter