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Riverdale, NJ
Constitutional scholar from New Jersey
Interests: weightlifting, baseball, football, basketball, chess, business, economics, law, finance, and being a dad.
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The Montgomery-Janes-Whittaker Home is a frame weatherboarded,two~story ( with finished attic ) structure. Rectangular in shape, the homehas a gabled roof with two interior chimneys and a large fanlight in eachend gable. Four unfluted Ionic columns support the full height front portico, which has a flat roof and five bays.... Continue reading
Posted Aug 16, 2015 at HistoryMyWay
The Lassiter Homeplace is a c. 1825 l-house with front and rear shed extensions, located in the Mulberry Community in the vicinity of old Statesville, west of Autaugaville in Autauga County. It faces south from a landscaped yard on the edge of the farm's 376 acres, and is visible from... Continue reading
Posted Aug 16, 2015 at HistoryMyWay
A description of the park would go here. Continue reading
Posted Jun 23, 2015 at HistoryMyWay
6.14.1777: Continental Congress adopts a flag w/13 stripes (alternate red & white), blue field W/13 stars #FlagDay— Steve Penley (@StevePenleyArt) June 14, 2015 Continue reading
Posted Jun 14, 2015 at HistoryMyWay
Nat Geo Channel (@NatGeoChannel) tweeted at 9:50 PM on Sun, Jun 14, 2015: What did the Titanic look like from start to finish? Check out this interactive timeline: #DrainTheTitanic ( Get the official Twitter app at Continue reading
Posted Jun 14, 2015 at HistoryMyWay
Here's the first post on the website:! Continue reading
Posted May 27, 2015 at HistoryMyWay
Posted May 25, 2015 at Babelblogs
Hi! Have a nice day! Continue reading
Posted Apr 21, 2014 at familypics
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Posted Apr 20, 2014 at familypics
Democrats and Republicans have gotten along before, despite differences. We haven't had a shutdown for a while, and we've gotten used to the idea of it not happening. What's changed? Couple things. When things shut down under President Clinton, Republicans had both houses of Congress, and Speaker of the House... Continue reading
Posted Sep 30, 2013 at US Constitution
Recently in a story by Paul Davenport and Russell Contreras of Associated Press, I was interested to hear the recent case in New Mexico where the Supreme Court of New Mexico sustained a murder conviction but warned trial courts about excusing jurors solely because the excused juror could only speak... Continue reading
Posted Aug 17, 2013 at US Constitution
Pictures of Genevieve and Connor at the park What really struck me about them was how bold they were, climbing seemingly without fear, but it also scared me a little because they had no inhibitions in spite of a genuine lack of ability to complete the task. But then again... Continue reading
Posted Aug 13, 2013 at familypics
The pictures here are the pictures with Jenny, the link to the album on facebook is next: Continue reading
Posted Aug 10, 2013 at familypics
Here are some family pictures from August 3rd and August 4th. For the full album click here: Continue reading
Posted Aug 4, 2013 at familypics
Forty-nine year old John Thompson was convicted armed robbery and murder in 1985. Fourteen years and seven death warrants later, a defense attorney discovered some evidence that had been withheld by the prosecution in both cases. Some of that evidence enabled the robbery conviction to be thrown out, and it... Continue reading
Posted Aug 1, 2013 at US Constitution
George Zimmerman has been found not guilty of the murder and manslaughter charges against him? What, if anything, is next? Although Zimmerman has already been found not guilty of criminal charges in a Florida court, this does not allow Zimmerman to invoke the Fifth Amendment's guarantee against double jeopardy. First,... Continue reading
Posted Jul 14, 2013 at US Constitution
Posted Jul 13, 2013 at familypics
Posted Jul 13, 2013 at familypics