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... A conservative "daddy" government is the equivalent of a disciplinarian father, who acts as protector of the family from outside forces (the equivalent to a "government" military), and protector of each member of the family from others in the family (the equivalent of domestic "law enforcement"), and the one who keeps "undesirables" away from the family (the equivalent of immigration "laws"), as well as the enforcer of morality, who ...
... Philadelphia we heard that it was first read from the stairs of Independence Hall by Thomas Jefferson.
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... as I have been into more sports stores/ sports shoes stores in the last 6 weeks than I have for my whole life. The mission to get all three boys shoes has been never-ending. Anyhow - huge success today - Andrew finally found his, we got Jeremy a pair, but Mitch's search is still to continue (god help me!), although we did find Mitch two shirts. Andrew reckons that New York will be the go - but I'm betting ...
... he drove he rapped along and even did the rap hand movements. Bobbie was pretty impressed, he seemed like a really cool guy. We got to Philly airport checked into our flight and got through security, had burritos and smoothies and waited for our flight. Once we got on board a storm started up outside and we could not leave until it finished, due to the fact that there was lightning. We waited an hour and a half until we got cleared to leave, we were flying to Atlanta and had ...
... s grave is in NYC. I mean, he was from Galena, Illinois after all (although born in Ohio.) I learned there were several cities vying for Grant's tomb, but only NYC guaranteed he AND his wife could be buried side by side. His son made the decision. They say at one time Grant's Tomb drew more visitors annually than the Statue of Liberty...hard to believe.
He was a beloved 18th President who served two terms. Etched over his tomb ...