Monthly Archives: July 2015

Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness

As it turns out, there was a long list of grievances (and the quartering act was just one of them).  They were penned by a very articulate man who would become an 8 year President as the new century rolled … Continue reading

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The Last Battle of The American Revolution

Yorktown. The pups and I did a bike tour of the battlefield on the 4th of July. One might think it unusual to visit a battlefield if one is nonviolent, but battles represent extreme expressions of tensions that otherwise normally … Continue reading

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