- Thanks go out to many people who help United Way
Americans give up more and more of their privacy
Call me a conscientious objector. Perhaps the more accurate term is contrary objector.
- Movies, TV offer heroic perception of American cowboy
Government must address needs to help the homeless
They rummage through dumpsters and beg for your spare change. They lie on the floors of public restrooms. Seeking warmth, they huddle over the sidewalk steam grates. At the age of 30 they look 50.
They are the homeless, and they make up a growing percentage of America’s population.
- Generous people impacting education, income, health
- Kennedy's inaugural address provided timeless advice
- Volunteers helping homeless one household at a time
- Congress needs to pass Free Flow of Information Act
Humors theory: The correct balance of body’s four fluids
Recently, while reviewing Jane Austin’s novel “Sense and Sensibility,” I read about an early 19th century English doctor who treated his feverish patient, Marianne, by making an incision in her arm and draining some of her blood.
Thanks for helping bring the ultimate Scouting experience
November is the time of year that most people pause to give thanks and reflect upon the accomplishments of the year. The Boy Scouts of America has a tremendous amount to be thankful for this year
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