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Unique Lincoln banner breezes past record, sells for $106,250 at Heritage Auctions

12 hours agoArts : Artdaily

A rare and unusual political banner, created in 1864 to kick off Abraham Lincoln?s presidential re-election campaign, steamrolled its $40,000 opening bid to sell for $106,250 in Heritage Auctions? Americana & Political auction May 18 in Dallas. Show More Summary

Will Vanilla Ice Cream Be the Downfall of the United States?

When someone buys vanilla ice cream, he's basically right there with John Wilkes Booth, helping him steady his aim at Abraham Lincoln's head.

The Other One Percent

As a high school student, I came across an observation by Abraham Lincoln who said that, "With public sentiment, nothing can fail; without it nothing can succeed." Today "public sentiment" would be called "public opinion." Over the years,...Show More Summary

In Search of Abe in Dupont Circle

L. Lamar Wilson recounts a heady encounter between two young people who may or may not be acting as a queer mirror of Abraham Lincoln's younger years. The post In Search of Abe in Dupont Circle appeared first on The Good Men Project...

A Famous Dead, Fat, Drunk Baby

Professor guy: I’m sure all of you have seen a photo of Babe Ruth and would be able to recognize him. his autograph is worth almost as much as Abraham Lincoln’s is. Swedish girl #1: I don’t know what a Babe Ruth is? Swedish girl #2: Oh, he’s a famous baby. –New School University, 13th […]

First Federally Approved Monument For LGBT Veterans To Be Dedicated In Illinois: VIDEO

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

The first federally approved monument honoring LGBT veterans will be dedicated later this month at the Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery in Elwood, Illinois

ILLINOIS: Nation's First LGBT Veterans Monument To Be Unveiled Near Chicago

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

On Memorial Day the nation's first-ever federally approved monument to LGBT veterans will be unveiled at the Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery near Chicago. Via the Windy City Times: The monument, which was spearheaded by Stanley J.Show More Summary

Happy Mother’s Day 2015

Happy Mother’s Day! “All that I have ever become I owe to my angel mother.” - Abraham Lincoln (Flickr) Proverbs 31:25-31 She is clothed with strength and dignity; she can laugh at the days to come. She speaks with wisdom, … Continue reading ?

The VA inspires me to be a better physician leader. Here’s how.

Inscribed on a plaque just below a statue of an eagle in front of my hospital is a famous quote from President Abraham Lincoln that begins, “To care for him who shall have borne the battle …” It is the reason why the Veterans Affairs (VA) system exists. It is the reason why we VA […]

William McKinley Assassination Plaque in Buffalo, United States

The respective sites where Presidents Abraham Lincoln and John Kennedy were assassinated remain venerated places where people talk in hushed whispers and time appears to stand still. In contrast, only a small plaque in the middle of a grassy road median denotes the place where William McKinley was assassinated. Show More Summary

What If Superheroes Replaced Politicians On The World's Currency?

Iron Man, Captain America, and Wolverine look even better on U.S. currency than George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Abraham Lincoln. In the world of comics, it's not unusual for superheroes and supervillains to hold political power. Show More Summary

9 Popular Quotes Commonly Misattributed to Abe Lincoln

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

Known widely as a great orator, Abraham Lincoln said (and wrote) many inspiring things during his life and presidency. From the “House Divided” speech to his lesser-known letters and writings, there are plenty of motivational phrases to be found. Show More Summary

Historic Little Rock Nine to be Awarded Lincoln Leadership Prize

IN THESE RECENT DAYS OF UNREST in our nation, I am so happy to see the board of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum Foundation join together to award our highest award, the Lincoln Leadership Prize, to the courageous individuals known as The Little Rock Nine. Show More Summary

12 Years Ago, Bush Declared 'Mission Accomplished'

Michael Luciano, Daily Banter: Twelve years ago today... in one of the most otherworldly political spectacles ever seen, President George W. Bush stood on the U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln and declared the end of major combat operations in Iraq as a giant "Mission Accomplished" banner hung behind him. Show More Summary

Commemorations Of 150th Anniversary Of Lincoln's Assassination Continue In DC And New York

Commemorations of the 150th anniversary of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln—he was shot by John Wilkes Booth at Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D. C. the night of April 14, 1865, during a performance of Our American Cousin, and died at 7:22 a.m. the next day—continue both in Washington and New [...]

Presidential Caricatures #16- Abraham Lincoln!

Fun Facts: First president to have a beard; liked to keep important papers in his stovepipe hat; was the tallest president at 6’4? inches; before he was president he was a storekeeper, a rail-spitter, a postmaster, a lawyer and a vampire hunter.

Was sacrifice of Ramadi dead in vain?

“…that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain…” — Abraham Lincoln, the Gettysburg Address While the U.S. military in recent years has had a

The Civil War did not end at Appomattox

The American Civil War ended with the notorious assassination of a great man, but was that man Abraham Lincoln or Martin Luther King Jr.?

Letters: Add New Salem, Ill., to Abraham Lincoln's stops

last monthHealth : Booster Shots

It's incredible that the story " They're All Players in Lincoln's Story " [April 12], a collection of places associated with Abraham Lincoln, managed to omit Lincoln's New Salem State Historic Site in Illinois, 22 miles northwest of Springfield and re-created on the site of the original New Salem,...

‘Born In Slavery': The last American Slaves

One hundred and fifty-three years ago today, Washington D.C. was the first place in the country where slaves were freed by the federal government. President Abraham Lincoln signed the District of Columbia Emancipation Act on April 16, 1862, freeing the district’s 3,100 slaves. Show More Summary

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