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Memorial Day Started by Slaves

Fact: Memorial Day was started by former slaves on May, 1, 1865 in Charleston, SC to honor 257 dead Union Soldiers who had been buried in a mass grave in a Confederate prison camp. They dug up the bodies and worked for 2 weeks to give them … See More #ThrowbackFact Source: Catfish Tom Sheipe President at Blessings from […]

Insiders Guide To Islam

An Islamists’ Dilemma


          Project HOME   empowers people to break the cycle of homelessness, address the structural causes of poverty, and attain their fullest potential as members of society. Help Us End Homelessness in Philadelphia! Learn what you can do to make a real impact on the lives of those most vulnerable. We reach […]

Tribute To American Veterans

Conservative Veterans for America posted by: Mike Frasca Dear Mr. President, Please do NOT attend or acknowledge any Veterans Day celebrations. Do NOT place a wreath at Arlington. We do NOT need or want you there. You are not and have never been genuine in your support of our military. Please spend the day golfing […]

10 Fastest Growing Small Businesses Now

FINDING THE RIGHT BUSINESS The 10 Fastest-Growing Small-Business Sectors                                         BY GABRIELLE KAROL | FROM FOX BUSINESS|       Posted: October 22, 2013| Post Comment |   Image credit: Shutterstock   Over the past year, the strengthening housing market […]

2013 Top Lawyers

Top Lawyers 2013: Business Law The best attorneys on the Main Line in the field of business law. BY SHANNON HALLAMYER PUBLISHED JULY 18, 2013 AT 09:21 AM Business Law’s Top Three Leo M. Gibbons  MacElree Harvey, 17 W. Miner St., West Chester (610) 436-0100, Robert E. O’Connor Law Offices of Robert E. O’Connor, PC, 341 W. […]

Living Off The Grid

Occupy Philadelphia

                Occupy activists from around the country braved scorching heat and humidity in Philadelphia from June 30 to July 4 for the Occupy National Gathering. It was an event which had been in the works for several months,, organized by Occupy Phildelphia, InterOccupy and those participating in several […]

Go! See Art In Philadelphia

Felipe Benito Archuleta  Born Santa Cruz, New Mexico, 1910; died Tesuque, New Mexico, 1991 Felipe Benito Archuleta grew up poor. He left school at an early age to work as a field hand and later as a stonemason, cook, and for many years a carpenter. In 1964, during a period of financial difficulty, the fifty-four-year-old […]

Family Resources

We know how wonderful and challenging raising a child can be, so we’ve assembled a list of a few local resources that we hope will benefit you and your family. The following is a list of organizations and directories with information on: applying and preparing for high school as well as college, afterschool and summer […]