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I Don't Always Snorkel but When I Do, I Look for Shells

Today’s Featured Guest Writer is Ken Muise, an active-duty soldier stationed on the beautiful island of Oahu.

This is one of my favorite topics to talk about when it comes to going to the beach and, in particular, snorkeling.  623 more words


Well, Go Ahead and Blow Out Those 239 Candles!

“Remember, remember always, that all of us, and you and I especially, are descended from immigrants and revolutionists.”
Franklin D. Roosevelt

American Coldsters – go out and watch the fireworks. 43 more words

Happy Fourth of July

George Washington inaugural speech  April 30, 1789 Federal Hall, New York.  This day was more than an inauguration.  It was the day that a covenant between God and America was officially invoked over all the land.  1,452 more words


Slighting Alexander Hamilton: A Democratic Party Tradition

Stephen F. Knott Secretary of the Treasury Jacob Lew announced Thursday that Alexander Hamilton would be joined on the ten-dollar-bill by a woman to be named later, or perhaps relegated to appearing on some bills but not on others. 490 more words


D-Day Prayer

On the evening of June 6, 1944, the Allied troops were already well into their D-Day landing in Europe. That evening President Franklin D. Roosevelt took to the radio airwaves to offer up this prayer— 307 more words

10 Deadly Mistakes Made By US Presidents

This is from ListVerse.

Throughout American history, presidents have done things both good and bad. They have made mistakes which have cost lives, and many times they have gotten away with it. 2,816 more words

Top ten list of my favorite United States Presidents

Greetings, readers. I thought this might be a fun topic to blog about today. With the next presidential election a year and half away, I started to think about all the presidents we’ve had, not only in my lifetime, but throughout history. 717 more words

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