Monthly Archives: December 2012

The NRA Has A Brilliant Idea That Makes Sense

The NRA is using some practical, down to earth, good sense when it comes to battling the violence perpetrated on our schools. They are proposing to place armed officers in every school in America. They are suggesting volunteers. That would … Continue reading

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“I Heard The Bells on Christmas Day; The Story Behind the Song

The famous poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow lived during our nation’s bloody Civil War. While living in Massechusetts, Longfellows beloved wife Fanny decided to trim the locks of her daughter’s hair on a hot July day. Fanny decided to save the … Continue reading

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The Crisis in Connecticut, 28 Dead

The recent shooting at the Sandy Hook Elementary school has been termed as a senseless act of violence. A more correct terminology for the tragedy is that it was a hideous, ugly act of violence and aggression by a 20-year-old who undoubtedly … Continue reading

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Abraham Lincoln Quotes “And in the end, it’s not the years in you life that count. Its the life in your years.” “I destroy my enemies when I make them my friends.” “Whatever you are, be a good one.” “I … Continue reading

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General Rosecrans was a deeply religious Union General

Rosecrans known as “Old Rosy,” increased the number of chaplains in his company and attended church every day. He often engaged his staff in long religious discussions. During one period he kept them up until 4 A.M. for ten nights … Continue reading

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