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Racism or Error in Judgement 

In upstate New York is the home, library and museum associated with FDR and his family.  FDR was the 32nd and longest serving US president—elected to four terms. One very interesting exhibit in the museum tackled the “evacuation” of Japanese-Americans … Continue reading

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Time Warp

Its hard to re-live history especially when it’s painful. Its hard to re-live old memories especially when they’re painful. So it seems amazing that one forgets about old pain until slapped across the face with it as I was today. … Continue reading

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Tru(e)man from Independence*

Visiting the Truman Presidential Library and Museum was a return to a time many of us have forgotten or simply never knew. The narrative was amazing — and the results could only happen in America. Harry was born old. Born … Continue reading

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Clinton’s House

Walking along the Arkansas River one is reminded of how every river town in America, heck every town situated by some water in America, is or has tried to exploit that resource as a means of revitalizing a city. This … Continue reading

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Lincoln Logs

When I was all of eight years old I got a Lincoln Log kit as a Christmas gift. The logs had a strong smell of pine–because it was; and the roof was long pieces of green flat wood which could … Continue reading

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