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It was like a dream come true. Every morning we awakened for two weeks, we were greeted with a slice of heaven. There’s no better way to sample a country’s culture than to be part of that country for a short time.   Judy and I recently made a trip of a lifetime, at least [...]

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In this third part of a three-part series, Clicking on the Web takes a look at the presidential debates held from 1960 to 2008. The 2012 edition of the presidential debates between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney begin Oct. 3.   In the first installment, we took a look at the upcoming [...]

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In a second part of a three-part series, Clicking on the Web goes back farther than the last four decades of heated presidential debates to reflect on the history of popular debates between Abraham Lincoln and his challenger, Stephen Douglas for the U.S. Senate. Lincoln lost the election for the Senate but two years later [...]

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There’s still a fixation on exploring Mars and sometime in the future it is very possible that a man will set face on this planet and find out is martians exist. The United States has led the way in exploring Mars by landing rovers on Mars. The newest visitor to Mars is a U.S. rover [...]

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Most of us are able to relate to wars involving the United States. Most recently, we have been closely following the war in Afghanistan. We have also followed the war in Iraq, the Vietnam war, the Korean War and World War II. Many of us are not familiar with the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862. What [...]

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