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Americans persist in telling and retelling the Thanksgiving story. It is a well-meaning celebration of the bounty of the land of the country and thanks to the Native American people who helped the Pilgrims who had newly immigrated. But Thanksgiving is a le
IntheHeartland · 1031 days ago

    It's hard to pick up a newspaper (yes, some people still read the morning news in print form) or listen to the news these days without hearing stories related to gay rights. The saddest stories involve the death of tormented youth such as 1
IntheHeartland · 1416 days ago

  Some women never give up. Take Diana Nyad for example. Nyad, born August 22, 1949 in New York City, is attempting to complete a long-distance swim she attempted more than 30 years ago. Sometime this summer Nyad wants to make the 103-mile swim from Cuba
IntheHeartland · 1464 days ago

    Naomi sent me a message. She asked: "What I would like to know, is when you are trying to get a paid gig online, how do you find out if it is legitimate? And if they refuse to pay you at some point, what can be done about that. Most of us cannot a
IntheHeartland · 1499 days ago

    Nirupama Pathak was a smart young woman. Her parents, who live in a remote mining region of India, were obviously proud of their daughter. They paid for her to go to graduate school in New Delhi, India's capital city. Ms. Pathak studied jou
IntheHeartland · 1506 days ago
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