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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 6/14/21 – FLAG DAY!

It was 244 years ago today, June 14, 1777, and our Revolution wasn’t going well. The British Empire was pretty much kicking Colonial butt and chasing the Continental Army across 3 New England Colonies. It didn’t look good for the rebels. Enter Betsy Ross with her 13 […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 12/19/20 – VALLEY FORGE DAY

On December 19, 1777, George Washington’s Continental Army settled into their winter quarters. Only trouble was, there were no quarters, just a freezing cold valley. To keep his men warm, General Washington set them to work chopping down trees, dragging them for miles back to camp, and […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 10/11/20 – GENERAL PULASKI MEMORIAL DAY!

There are several reasons why we have parades in his honor, and bridges named after Kazimierz Michał Wacław Wiktor Pułaski (1745-1779), or, as Americans call him; Pulaski. We just don’t know them. Still, we like to celebrate GENERAL PULASKI MEMORIAL DAY! Certainly one reason has to be […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 9/9/20 – UNITED STATES NAMING DAY!

The United Colonies of America? Between July 4th and September 9th, 1776, that’s what America was called, but the sound of “UCA! UCA!” didn’t cut it with members of the Continental Congress, so they officially changed it after running through most of the alphabet for the letter […]

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DOPOTO REPORTS: DEMOCRACY TAKING WING. CAN NEW YORK CITY BE FAR BEHIND?

At the Department Of Pointing Out The Obvious (DOPOTO), researchers and senior analysts alike have been immersed in the exciting developments in the Middle East. First Tunisians ousted their government, followed swiftly by Egypt, which overthrew 30 years of Hosni Mubarek’s oppressive dictatorship in just 18 peaceful […]

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