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Photo 101 - Day 17 - Glass - Raise the Banner!

“Memories made,

Like a parade.

Step by step,

Colors cascade.

Raising the Banner

Our forefathers knew.

“America the Beautiful!”

We love her too!”

Poem by denisebalog©

Happy Independence Day America!!

Photo101

Where Does Money Come From?

Subtitle: What is happening to our culture?

Our Federal government has done a good job of creating dependency in our country. And we have let them. 1,272 more words

“Patriots;" Or, Why the Confederate Battle Flag is an Not an American Symbol

It has recently come to the attention of many Americans that state government buildings in states which made up the Confederacy still fly the Confederate battle flag and has since caused the reemergence of the debate over whether or not government institutions should fly the flag. 980 more words

Freedom To Use One's Own Intelligence

Mr. Perkins Sports Car, Part 4 Conclusion

by Stephen Halpert

Mr. Perkins leaned over the dashboard and called Margie’s name. “Confound it, where are you?”

           She didn’t respond.

          Belle shook her head. “Henry, ghosts do have a private life of their own like the rest of us.” 876 more words

Humor

A New American Century

Sitting in a conference room in the Renaissance hotel in Washington DC, I heard a speech that immediately had a monumental impact on me. The room seemed, to not only just hang onto every word he spoke but they took it and were unwilling to let it out of their grasps. 414 more words

2016 Election

Values and principles are equal in us all...

This is something I remember hearing directly when listening to Carly Fiorina during her speech given at the Faith & Freedom Conference. Every American value, every American principle is equal and no one person is above another; each person is equal and will be treated as equal. 321 more words

Observations

No kidding

…I got nothing for you, in terms of like jokes and sounds, because of what happened in South Carolina…I honestly have nothing, other than just sadness, once again, that we have to peer into the abyss of the depraved violence that we do to each other in the nexus of a, just, gaping racial wound that will not heal, yet we pretend doesn’t exist.

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Intellectual Dishonesty