Nancy Reagan, R.I.P.

Nancy Reagan, 94, died earlier today from congestive heart failure at her home in BelAir, California.  She served as First Lady from January 20, 1981 through January 20, 1989. The Reagans were in the White House

D-Day 1944 / 1984 / 2014 — An image is worth a thousand words

D-Day 1944 / 1984 / 2014 — An image is worth a thousand words

1944 – A Hero   1984 – A Leader   2014 – A “Fill-in-the-blank”     H/T Weasel Zippers:

Quiz time: which President wrote these words

Name the man, who wrote these prescient words: The Founders created a land of  opportunity.  For more than three centuries, opportunity was enough because the culture conditioned people  to take advantage of it.  But we

Remembering D-Day

Remembering D-Day

I remember D-Day because my parents always remembered D-Day.  D-Day was one of the greatest military undertakings in US history, and finally changed the course of World War II in Europe.  For my parents,