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It amazes me that some people continue to insist that President John F. Kennedy began our involvement in Vietnam. He did not. That is simply untrue. I urge and encourage these apparently uneducated people ignorant about how our involvement in Vietnam...
Contributing ColumnistAs another Labor Day came and went, I found myself wondering whether this important national holiday has lost some of its original meaning. The U.S. Department of Labor explains on its website that Labor Day is “a creation of the labor movement...
Pa. district to use interim business person WAYNESBORO, Pa. — The Waynesboro Area School District will be using a $500-a-day interim business administrator until someone is hired to permanently replace Caroline Dean, who recently resigned to...
Tribune reporterCharles H. Percy, a brilliant businessman who represented Illinois for nearly 20 years in the U.S. Senate, once headed the chamber’s powerful Foreign Relations Committee, and harbored unrealized ambitions to run for the presidency, died early...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsNovember 11 was chosen as a day to remember veterans because November 11, 1918 was recognized as the day fighting ended in World War 1, or the end of “the war to end all wars,” according to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs....
And now let us recall the "Fable of the Shoes." In his 1973 "Libertarian Manifesto," the late Murray Rothbard argued that the biggest obstacle in the road out of serfdom was "status quo bias." In society, we're accustomed to rapid change. "New products,...
Tags: Health, Medicaid, Government Health Care, Ron Paul, Medicare
Baltimore Sun reporterHelen R. Walsh, a registered nurse who helped her physician husband establish Project HOPE in the 1950s, which brought health care to developing countries and offered disaster relief, died Thursday from congestive heart failure at her Bethesda home....
Special to the Los Angeles TimesFor the German people, unconditional surrender in spring 1945 meant the end of self-government for the foreseeable future. Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower minced no words when he announced that the Allied troops were there as conquerors, not liberators. Of...
Tags: Book, Unrest, Conflicts and War, Elections, Sociology, Germany
From the Kansas Historical Society: General U.S. army, U.S. president; Born: October 14, 1890, in Denison, Texas. Married: Mamie Doud, July 1, 1916. Died: Walter Reed Hospital, March 28, 1969. Buried: Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library, Abilene,...
Just about every Friday morning, Karen Lubieniecki takes a leisurely stroll to Laurel Park, finds a place along a railing at the nearly empty racetrack and spends an hour or so watching the horses exercise as the sun climbs the sky. It isn't that she's a...
email@example.comJohn Freeland tucked a flier for the Franklin County (Pa.) Republican Party's first Eisenhower Day Dinner in his jacket pocket Thursday in hopes of getting U.S. Rep. Allen West to sign it. West, R-Fla., served as the event's keynote speaker. Freeland, a...
Did you know? - Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher honeymooned at The Greenbrier in 1955. - Princess Grace and Prince Rainier visited The Greenbrier with their children in 1963. - General Dwight D. Eisenhower with a bronze casting of his bust in The...
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