Just about everyone is familiar with the old Prince Albert tobacco prank. A smart aleck calls a store and asks, “Do you have Prince Albert in a can?” If the
As people race to organize the last details on travel, get-togethers, and gather last-minute ingredients, the nation again marks the Fourth Thursday in November as a day to pause and consider what really matters in life. For a day, a busy nation tries to pause for a moment to consider all the good things and be grateful for them. Th anksgiving is a holiday that dates back generations.
Getting information (news) about the world around us is not a new phenomenon. It has been going since the beginning of time. People would share information, often through bards who
“What are you going to do about it?” implored a mother to her son one day.
Joseph Taylor Robinson had one of the shortest terms as governor in state history but perhaps had one of the most profound impacts.