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If I Had Money

I ‘d stand in front of Theory’s window drooling over their little spring dresses in beige and pink. Is that aqua I see peaking behind a blue? 498 more words

Humor

Our Men of Honor

“A nation reveals itself not only by the men it produces, but also by the men it honors, the men it remembers.” John F. Kennedy… 345 more words

BLOGGING

Lincoln Memorial's Rejected Design Renderings

History.com: Before Abraham Lincoln’s funeral train even arrived in his hometown of Springfield, Illinois, calls rose for a national monument in his honor. For nearly a half-century after Lincoln’s assassination, however, the movement to build a memorial to America’s 16th president in Washington, D.C., foundered as the lingering wounds of the Civil War remained raw. 70 more words

Culture

The War This Week: Mar 2-8, 1865

Thursday, March 2

The Battle of Waynesboro occurred in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley, as a portion of Major General Philip Sheridan’s Federal army routed Confederate forces under General Jubal Early. 1,176 more words

Abraham Lincoln

Smyrna elementary school celebrates Black History Month in special way

SMYRNA, Tenn. (WKRN) – For this week’s Middle Tennessee Monday, News 2 went to Cedar Grove Elementary in Smyrna where we have spent the month watching them celebrate Black History Month. 339 more words

News

"Rekilling Lincoln"

by Al Benson Jr.

Walter Donald (Donnie) Kennedy, co-author with me of Lincoln’s Marxists a major expose of Lincoln and his leftist legions, has authored another book that explodes many of the Lincoln Cult’s fabulous “historical myths” and straightens out the historical record for those that wish to know the truth. 904 more words

The Civil War This Week: Mar 2-8, 1865

Thursday, March 2

The Battle of Waynesboro occurred in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley, as a portion of Major General Philip Sheridan’s Federal army routed Confederate forces under General Jubal Early. 1,169 more words

Politics