Losing loved ones is always difficult, and that was no different during this challenging year. Whether from the effects of the virus, some other illness or disease, an accident, or natural or other causes many Americans were touched by the loss of an important person this year.
If your child attends an American public school that teaches them a U.S. history course, take a look some time at their text book. Assuming you are someone who actually believes that the teaching of this subject matters, you just might be shocked. For decades now, many American educational systems have been moving away … Continue reading America, the Last Best Hope
On September 11, 2001, the United States of America came under attack by Islamofascists who were representative of millions around the world who hated - who, in fact, still hate - our way of life. Thousands of Americans were killed and injured. The iconic Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York … Continue reading 9/11: All Americans should visit the memorials
Today is Super Bowl Sunday, one of the biggest sporting days in the world. It is estimated that well over 100 million people worldwide will tune in to watch the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams battle to become this year’s champions of the National Football League at some point. The game won’t hold the same edge-of-your-seat passionate interest that … Continue reading In 1902, the new Philadelphia baseball rivalry spilled over to pro football
Veteran's Day: Two players with Philadelphia Phillies ties died in World War I.