The best kept secret on the Kenai Peninsula is Hope. Probably the most historical town in South Central, Alaska, Hope stands on the sidelines of the race along the Seward Continue Reading
If the warming trends continue, ultimately we will probably lose the battle against the new wildlife migration.
Seward is packed on the longest day of the year. Between salmon runs, the Sea Life Center, mountain climbing and glacier viewing, you’re lucky if you find a parking space Continue Reading
Woodstock was undoubtedly, the greatest musical phenomena of the twentieth century. Nineteen-sixty- nine was a summer of belief. A summer of magic. It sprouted like mushrooms, a culture of love Continue Reading
At the time it was built, it must have been an engineering marvel to the farmers and townspeople of Gettysburg. The bridge appears to be a conduit, linking the past with the present.
Gettysburg nestles in long, rolling hills, surrounded by peaceful farmland, but there is nothing pastoral about the way it can make you feel. The Civil War site was the home Continue Reading
A visit to Capitol Hill naturally provides a sense of living history as decisions that influence world views are enacted daily. For those who reside behind the doors of the Continue Reading
The only ones who need to fear socialism are the ones who turn people into numbers for profit.
It’s a not-so-secret conspiracy that Millennials are slowly moving off the grid. They still have their cell phones but their ultimate goal is a life-style free from corporate services.
Our history is one of rebellion. We do not trust the law to always be fair and impartial. We don’t want the law to be fair and impartial. We want it to understand and perfectly reflect our individual points of view.