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That #SwedenIncident šŸ˜§--America First, Sweden Second--Listen, But Don't 'Bomb Ikea'

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Stop all the 2nd videos!! #Sweden just won! pic.twitter.com/JBtlhjY7rq

— Gauri Khandekar (@KhandekarGauri) February 20, 2017

@MaryinAnnArbor sings parody of ABBA's "Mama Mia" about Trump's Sweden statements.

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Time Traveling With Atlantic Teen: John F. Kennedy

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Happy President’s Day!

Here at Atlantic Teen we have an understanding and appreciation for how important our history is at forming the world we find ourselves living in. 739 more words

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President Abraham Lincoln, The Moral Politician

In honor of Presidents’ Day weekend and African-American History Month, I am revisiting this post from last year on Abraham Lincoln.

Until the 1850s Abraham Lincoln was a frustrated one-term congressman who had decided to focus on his law practice. 414 more words

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Protect and preserve: UNCG professor's postcard project is now online (News & Record)

A postcard project created by a professor at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro has gone online. “Since 2004, Sheryl Oring has typed out postcards at 71 performances at college campuses, on city streets and in public spaces across the nation. 64 more words

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A TBR for the Next Four Years #Resist (Part One)

First off, I’d like to thank everybody who responded to my Reading List for the Resistance post over a variety of platforms. This is my follow-up list, a resistance-themed TBR of books I plan to read (hopefully I’ll get to most of them this year). 676 more words

Trump Bars US Entry of Refugees, and Citizens, Green Card Holders From Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen

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Yesterday, President Trump signed an executive orderĀ suspending the entry of refugees to the United States for FY2017 for 120 days. 677 more words

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George Washington Papers Get New Home at the Library of Congress

The George Washington papers at the Library of Congress have gotten a new home. “If you are one of the many scholars, teachers, students and members of the curious public who have relied on the George Washington papers on the American Memory site, donā€™t worry. 40 more words

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