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2015/04/25 13:36
2015/04/25 13:36
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Fifty years ago, gas sold for 30 cents a gallon and you could buy a car for $4,000. In Ham Lake, families worked the ground, tended the herds and harvested vegetables and meat. Their children...
2015/04/25 13:36
2015/04/25 13:36
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2015/04/24 17:13
2015/04/24 17:13
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For a sense of how much a theater space can positively impact a production, check out Stephen Sondheim's "Assassins" in the Theater Three space at Theater Wit. The great composer's rogues gallery of...
2015/04/22 18:19
2015/04/22 18:19
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If she receives the Democratic presidential nomination (which she will) and wins the presidency (which she might), Hillary Clinton will be the second-oldest person ever to be inaugurated as president....
2015/04/22 17:03
2015/04/22 17:03
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Religion, spirituality, and sacrilege. Is Anyone Religious Enough to Be President of the United States?Not according to the American people. According to a survey taken by political scientist Alex...
2015/04/20 19:14
2015/04/20 19:14
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Below are my remarks at the April 17 conference "People of the Land: A 21st Century Case for Christian Zionism." A unlikely founder of American Christian Zionism was a zealous Methodist preacher and...
2015/04/19 01:28
2015/04/19 01:28
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Nashua, New Hampshire (CNN)They mocked her black "Scooby Van" and chided her tipless trip to Chipotle. They ripped her use of a personal email server, her family foundation's acceptance of foreign...
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2015/04/17 12:20
2015/04/17 12:20
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In 1915, "It's all nonsense for the people of the United States to talk about competing in agriculture with Argentina and some of the other South American countries," Congressman William McKinley said...
2015/04/15 20:50
2015/04/15 20:50
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April 15 — the day that most Americans think of as “tax day” has another significant meaning. A century and a half ago, it marked the death of an American president, Abraham Lincoln, whose legend and...
2015/04/14 20:06
2015/04/14 20:06
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On April 15, 1865, as the Civil War was grinding to a close, Abraham Lincoln became the first American president to fall to an assassin's bullet. Two Civil War veterans — James Garfield and William...
2015/04/14 16:51
2015/04/14 16:51
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On April 14, 1865, an actor and Confederate sympathizer named John Wilkes Booth shot President Abraham Lincoln at Ford's Theatre in Washington. The following morning, less than a week after the end of...
2015/04/14 07:27
2015/04/14 07:27
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Washington, D.C., was in a jovial mood the day of April 14, 1865. Gen. Robert E. Lee, commander of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia, had surrendered to Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, commanding...
2015/04/14 03:45
2015/04/14 03:45
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Contrary to popular belief, the country's first president had dentures made of gold, ivory, lead, and animal teeth. As a young boy, John Adams would often skip school, choosing instead to spend his...
2015/04/14 00:15
2015/04/14 00:15
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... The Curse of Robert Todd Lincoln? Robert Todd Lincoln, the first son of the president, was not at Ford's Theatre when his father was shot but he was present at the assassinations of Presidents...
2015/04/13 05:00
2015/04/13 05:00
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There are many claims as to where the last shots of the Civil War were fired, but these claims to fame happened after the war ended. Some say that it was in Waynesville, North Carolina. Others say it...
2015/04/12 04:56
2015/04/12 04:56
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... Lincoln was our tallest president at 6 feet 3 � inches, edging Lyndon B. Johnson by a quarter of an inch. Close runners-up were Thomas Jefferson at 6 feet 2 � inches and George Washington at 6 feet...
2015/04/11 09:53
2015/04/11 09:53
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There's nothing quite like wandering around the spot where a historic event occurred to help the imagination grasp how it all unfolded. Which is why I was standing on one side of the wraparound...
2015/04/11 04:50
2015/04/11 04:50
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The reading list “One reason translation is superior to the original is the access it grants. Without translation, Stieg Larsson would have had no appreciable presence on the beaches of the world...
2015/04/10 17:58
2015/04/10 17:58
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... Today) -- Hillary Clinton is expected to announce her presidential candidacy on Sunday. Several news organizations, including the Associated Press and The Washington Post, cited sources "familiar...
2015/04/10 16:08
2015/04/10 16:08
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For 90 years after the last shot of the American Civil War was fired, the men who had fought for the Union and the Confederacy, respectively, continued to meet, and in doing so wielded considerable...
2015/04/07 04:38
2015/04/07 04:38
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McKinley lauds Kelley, community for annual ceremony KEYSER - Telling everyone present for the 2015 Jonah Edward Kelley Award ceremony Wednesday morning that the program "touched his heart,"...
2015/04/25 13:36
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