Campaigns haven’t always been the “larger than life” productions that they are today. Before news spread like the common cold, with the invention of the television and internet, campaigns were primarily face-to-face ordeals. After a hopeful would announce their intent to run for the office, usually through means of the radio or a newspaper, you […]
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Out on the lake is where we like to spend our days in the scorching summer months of the South. My In-laws have a pale yellow, vintage trihull that is just large enough for us, his parents, brother, the dog, our chairs, and the cooler. And it’s absolutely perfect. My place is up front, with […]
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The year is 1939, and the place is Poland. If you are familiar with historically significant dates, you will have realized that this year would be the start of the second World War. And for Robbie Weisman, his once peaceful Poland had become a very dangerous place; if you were a Jew that is. Unlike […]
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