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George Washington: A Mount Vernon Christmas

By George Noga

This is America’s first and greatest Christmas story, yet one known only to few. It is deeply moving and uniquely American. It reveals much of the man and the fledgling nation.

What transpired between late November and Christmas Eve 1783 could not have happened anywhere but America. It shaped our republic in ways being felt today and cemented Washington as the greatest man of his era…

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Obama’s green addiction ripping us off, again

When we hear the words “jet fuel,” we tend to think in terms of exotic, volatile mixtures, something akin to that which sends top fuel dragsters roaring […]

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Memories of Hanukkahs past offer comfort in these scary times

Hanukkah was always my Jewish holiday of choice as a kid growing up in Brooklyn in the late 1930s and early ’40s. It required no religious responsibilities, […]

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Jewish left wrong to attack Allen West

“If Joseph Goebbels was around, he’d be very proud of the Democrat Party because they have an incredible propaganda machine.” Those words of Congressman Allen West, R-Plantation, […]

Boca Raton stops playing Grinch on holiday decorations

The Boca Raton City Council stepped into it deeply when it chose to ban all holiday decorations in City Hall, libraries and other municipal buildings this season. […]