The Mail Online has a very nice collection of amazing 19th century pictures of the American West show.
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It’s nice to see the real history of things occasionally brought to light in this revisionist day and age so The Unknown Story of Pocahontas was a welcome read. via American Thinker: The Unknown Story of Pocahontas.
A am planning some spring trips and wondered what the temperature averages are for select destinations. I am a weather.com junkie but beyond “next month” the information I needed isnt’ there – or at least I cannot find it. Turning to Google I found Weatherbase which lets me find the normal mix of data (average, [...]
Check out the Political Math blog….
A wonderful YouTube treasure! In 1959 Mike Wallace interviewed Ayn Rand ( Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 ) at a time when Mike knew how to actually ask hard questions. And Rand doesn’t miss a beat in rebutting Wallace and her critics. Wallace seems to miss that it is the individual who determines value [...]
Tuesday was such a beautiful day the missus and I took advantage to visit some of the covered bridges in the county we’d never been to. You’ll find the new additions in the Covered Bridges gallery. The new bridges are the Edna Collings, Houck and Dick Huffman bridges. While out beating around the back waters [...]
It looks like I was not alone in my view of Greg Garrison’s pay website for it is now a free site. So trot over and check out GregGarrison.com…
I found it well worth the time to explore some excellent photography from 9/11. One of the galleries are exposures taken by a photographer killed in the WTC collapse, I believe.
Now available online: The Federalist Papers
Like airshows? Check out Flickr: Photos from LD50…. I especially like the shots with P-51, F-4, F-16 and F-22′s flying formation.