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“Mistakes are your best assets. They hone your skills and develop your creativity. Don’t be afraid to make them, the more the merrier.” From Barry Kibrick Eric Metaxas the right-wing author and radio talk show host, once said when he was talking about one of his books and I’m paraphrasing: “We’re all a bunch a screw […]
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- Who wants to drive when you have Jaclyn Smith to drive you around?One of the 3 best scenes in Alfred Hitchcock's North by Northwest. Not one of the funniest, but one of the best.Happy Birthday to my favorite actor of all-time and I believe the best comedic actor ever, Cary Grant. Here he is in his best role ever and I believe the best Alfred Hitchcock movie ever, North By Northwest with Martin Landau.Angelina Jolie is maybe 22 when George Wallace with Gary Sinise is shot in 1997. And yet she’s already an excellent actress at this point. As well as one of the best looking and most adorable.This is probably John F. Kennedy’s greatest quote because of the meaning of it, that he wanted Americans to be about something other than just themselves. But it also goes to the heart of his liberal democratic philosophy that he wanted America to be a free society for everyone. And not be dependent on government to take care of them.I have to agree with George Washington on this. Our Founding Fathers (our Founding Liberals) wanted to create a country where people would be free to be themselves and think for themselves. Not a country where government forces a certain set of values and beliefs on everyone else.
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Source:Kyrack Kramer– President Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democrat, New York) 32nd President of the United States (1933-45) the New Deal is probably his most memorable domestic legislative accomplishment. “Franklin Delano Roosevelt died in office on 12 April 1945, just a few … Continue reading