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Bill Murray

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planetfucker:

whiskey-weather:

mcmuph1n:

This woman is an elected official. This statement should scare the shit out of everyone.

For some reason people keep voting for her. This woman is a treasonous pile of shit and her heart attack can’t come soon enough. Sorry not sorry, she is the worst.

FIVE DOLLARS? THE PRODUCTION VALUE ON THIS BLOG IS INFINITElLY SMALLER THAT FIVE DOLLARS

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Discover your Family Heritage and Ancestry

usagov:

Knowing your lineage is an important part of understanding yourself. To start the fascinating research of family history and genealogy, check these out:

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July 1, 1898: Teddy Roosevelt’s Rough Riders Storm San Juan Hill, Cuba

On this day in 1898, American forces and Theodore Roosevelt’s First U.S. Volunteer Cavalry (the “Rough Riders”) defeated Spanish forces at the Battle of San Juan Hill in Cuba.  This victory was a defining moment in the Spanish-American War because it led to Spanish surrender about a month later, effectively concluding the war.

The Rough Riders were a mixed troop, composed of cowboys, Native Americans, African Americans, miners, hunters, law enforcement, and college students.  Roosevelt’s leadership of the cavalry made him a war hero and helped him advance his political career to become Vice President and eventually President. 

Explore the Roosevelts’ lives with the site for Ken Burns’s upcoming film, The Roosevelts: An Intimate History.

Watch a clip from the upcoming film about Teddy Roosevelt’s involvement in the Spanish-American War.

Photo: Lt. Colonel Theodore Roosevelt of the Rough Riders, 1898 . Credit: Theodore Roosevelt Collection, Houghton Library, Harvard University

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Yours truly at Hubbardton, VT

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The Last American Man

This man is my hero. A friend of mine e-mailed this to me and my friends and said “This guy is Eddie (me) in 20 years.” I replied, “Mr. Conway and I have the exact same sensibilities except that I am a hypocrite, he is not.”

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usnatarchives:

Author Alan Rems discusses forgotten South Pacific battlegrounds such as Buna, the torpedo-infested waters off New Georgia, and the deadly skies over Rabaul and Wewak. Rems also looks at the major figures and fighting men on both sides of the South Pacific campaigns.

Join us on Tuesday, July 8 at noon in the William McGowan Theater. Watch live online (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QeK2pz3ofOM) or join us in person (enter the National Archives Building through the Special Events entrance at Seventh Street and Constitution Avenue).

A book signing follows the program.

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