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1805 Letter: Thomas Jefferson's Letter is On Sale for $35,000

1805 Letter by Thomas Jefferson is On Sale for $35,000
A letter dating back to 1805 shows other facets of Thomas Jefferson’s character. It proved that he had a human-all-too-human side to his personality. This rare 1805 latter is now on sale for $35,000 at Raab Collection.
Read more May 14 2014, 6:57am CDT


Miscegenation: White Chicks Started It & Brothas Finished It!

Source: All HipHop

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________________ The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of _________________ *Miscegenation—“The interbreeding of people considered to be of different racial groups through marriage, cohabitation, sexual relations or procreation.” “I dated a white woman once. For the first three years she thought her name was ‘White-Honky-B ...
Full article at: All HipHop 10 hours ago, 10:39am CDT

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Source: The Washington Post

Why they arrested Ryan Shucard last week, I shall never know. All he did was bring your basic 9mm Smith & Wesson handgun into the U.S. Capitol (actually, the Cannon House Office Building), upon which, in clear violation of what the Founders intended — right, Justice Antonin Scalia? — he was seized and later had to appear in D.C. Superior Court where, thank God, he was eventually released pending a forthcoming hearing. If Shucard has a ...
Full article at: The Washington Post 2 days ago, 9:08am CDT

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Source: Harvard Business Review

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Could the recent Hobby Lobby decision by the US Supreme Court threaten the economy? Yes, it could. Much of the attention around the decision has focused on implications for women’s health care – which is indeed a crucial issue. But in order to understand the deeply troubling implications for business and the economy, we need to go back — all the way back to the legal origins of the corporation. The legal theorists that populated the world of ...
Full article at: Harvard Business Review 2 days ago, 8:00am CDT

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Source: Big Government

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Full article at: Big Government 5 days ago, 9:27am CDT

I Scream, You Scream We All Scream For … Sorbet? Gelato?

Source: Zester Daily

Thirty years ago this month, then-President Ronald Reagan declared July National Ice Cream Month. He was the commander in chief who made it official, but executive office ice cream love was nothing new. Thomas Jefferson is often incorrectly credited with bringing ice cream to the United States. The third president certainly served ice cream at the White House and was one of the first to record a recipe for the confection on American soil ...
Full article at: Zester Daily 5 days ago, 4:00am CDT

Billionaire Koch settles suit over fake wine

Source: Asia One

NEW YORK - In a long-running campaign against fake vintage wine, billionaire oenophile William Koch has settled a lawsuit worth millions of dollars against New York wine retailer Acker, Merrall & Condit.The case, first filed in 2008 and settled Tuesday in New York State Supreme Court, alleged the retailer sold 216 bottles of counterfeit wine at auction in 2005 and 2006. The suit said Koch paid a total of US$2,121,583.Koch was asking for US$4.2 million, plus p ...
Full article at: Asia One 6 days ago, 2:03am CDT

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Source: The Atlantic

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Expansive Government Threatens Religious Liberty, the First Freedom

Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

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The federal government has taken over ever larger swaths of American life, most recently health care. Obamacare demonstrates that as state dictates expand, religious liberties recede. The Supreme Court's ruling in the Hobby Lobby case was extremely narrow but also extremely important. Religious liberty is the first freedom and must be protected from government. America always has struggled with the place of faith in society. The colonis ...
Full article at: Politics - The Huffington Post Jul 16 2014, 8:43am CDT

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Our partner Digital Trends took some time to assemble some gadget gifts for your mom. Oh, yes! Mother's Day is right...
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