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FDR: Comfort Awaits

April 25

“When you get to the end of your rope, tie the knot and hang on.”
~ Franklin Roosevelt

Gratitude; virtue; growth in failure; God waters us with what we need to grow in love.

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Taxing Patriots — Liberty v the U.S. Tax Code

The Greatest Threat to Liberty Is the Power to Tax ~

By Mark Alexander ~

“The people of the U.S. owe their Independence and their liberty, to the wisdom of descrying in the minute tax of 3 pence on tea, the magnitude of the evil comprised in the precedent.” —

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Eleanor Roosevelt's Home at Val-Kill

On a recent road trip to see the in-laws I began to read Eleanor Roosevelt’s autobiography. I never remember that she and President Roosevelt were from New York, and so while reading it many of the places she mentioned were familiar to me: the capital of Albany, of course, GE in Schenectady, etc. 914 more words


Saudi Arabiens politischer Rachefeldzug

Geschichte wiederholt sich nicht – das mag auf politische Ereignisse zutreffen, jedoch unter Vorbehalt, denn alte Feindschaften können sehr wohl wieder aufkeimen. Ein gutes Beispiel dafür ist der aktuelle Konflikt zwischen dem Jemen und Saudi-Arabien, das sich mit einem Angriff auf die Huthi-Rebellen am Iran rächen will und dabei der Anschuldigung eines Völkermordes aussetzt. 405 more words

On World Politics

April 13, 1945

On April 13, 1945, we got the news that President Franklin D. Roosevelt had died. This made the Japanese very happy as they said the war would soon be over and that they would win, because we had no one to lead our nation in war. 44 more words