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Celebrating Ohio's BiCentennial!
An excerpt from the Ohio History Central Web Page .... To celebrate and commemorate Ohio's 200th anniversary as a state, the Ohio Bicentennial Commission selected artist Scott Hagan to paint at least one barn in each of Ohio's eighty-eight counties with the bicentennial logotype. The project began in 1997 and was completed in September 2002. Hagan sketched the image by hand on each barn before painting it. No two barns are exactly alike. Hagan completed all of the work himself and used…
The magnificent abandoned church of Kurba village · Russia Travel Blog
Church of Kazan Mother of God Icon in Kurba, an old Russian village. Baroque combined traditional methods of Yaroslavl architecture of the 17th century. The photos by av_otus.
Salem Massachusetts - Salem Architecture 17th & 18th Centuries: Overview
This guide features a calendar of events, information about Salem's sites and attractions, as well as local lodging and restaurants.
Who Is The Smallest Government Spender Since Eisenhower? Would You Believe It's Barack Obama?
It’s enough to make even the most ardent Obama cynic scratch his head in confusion. Amidst all the cries of Barack Obama being the most prolific big government spender the nation has ever suffered, Marketwatch is reporting that our president has actually been tighter with a buck than any United States president [...]
Congress passed the Fugitive Slave Law September 18, 1850 On this date, the United States Congress passed the second Fugitive Slave Law Act. A similar act was enacted in 1793; both legislations were intended to help the recapture and transportation of runaway slaves to their owners and to commit the federal government to the legitimacy of holding property in slaves.
Tammy Baldwin Answers GOP Senator Who Said He'd Explain Budget 'Facts'
WASHINGTON -- Rep. Tammy Baldwin (D), Wisconsin's new senator-elect, is confident that she will be able to understand the federal budget without the assi...
Jindal administration draining elderly trust fund
To cope with budget troubles, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration has steadily depleted a trust fund for elderly services created with an infusion of federal cash a decade ago. When Jindal took ...
12 Ways to Avoid Getting Sued When Writing Your Memoirs by Angela Hoy, WritersWeekly.com and BookLocker.com
DISCLAIMER: I am not an attorney and this is not legal advice. This list contains my opinions after 17 years of accepting and rejecting memoir manuscripts as the Publisher and Co-owner at BookLocke…
The new $100 bill hits the streets today. Here are 5 ways to tell they’re real.
The Federal Reserve has introduced two new security technologies to complement the others it's added into its latest redesign.
President Obama Wants To Drastically Change Election Day – And It's A Game Changer
President Obama wants to change the way Americans vote, and it's no small change. In an interview published on Thursday with The Daily Targum, President Obama endorsed the idea of making Election Day in the U.S. a federal holiday. He also likes the idea of having elections held on weekends, thereby making it much easier for people to vote. THE TARGUM: You have pointed out many times that voter turnout in the United States is very low, especially compared to other developed nations. But in…
'Star Trek: Voyager' Points The Way To Liberation Through Loss
Life's many entanglements are demanding, never more so than now. Commentator Alva Noë finds himself fantasizing about what it would be like to suddenly and unexpectedly be cut free from those ties.
Medicaid is broken and expansion won't fix it
More than one in five Americans, or 68 million people, will receive their health coverage through Medicaid this year — more than any other government health program. But as it adds millions of beneficiaries as a result of President Obama’s healthcare law, there is mounting evidence that Medicaid is broken.