America’s national parks began with a vision of peace. On June 30, 1864, about a year after the Civil War’s deadliest battle, at Gettysburg, President Lincoln signed the Yosemite Grant Act, protecting for the first time—for all time—tens of thousands of acres of wilderness. Show More Summary
Popular vote loser Donald Trump made a lot of promises last October, back in his Gettysburg airing of grievances. Along with vowing revenge on all the women and complaining about a rigged election, he made a bunch of promises about what he was going to do on his first day as president. Show More Summary
An inmate on a work-release program was taken back to a Pennsylvania prison after he was caught having sex with a woman inside a car with two children in the back seat, state police said. Torrey Lee Rudisill, 28, of Gettysburg, and Taylor Leigh Skursky, 26, of Sykesville, Md., were spotted by a passerby having...
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The Gettysburg Address was seven score and thirteen years ago. Related: President James Garfield’s birthday – when he was shot, Alexander Graham Bell showed up with a metal detector to try to locate the bullet. The Japanese Museum of...Show More Summary
The Gettysburg Dime Museum is a recreation of a 19th century dime museum. Loaded with oddities and curiosities, the museum exhibits a mixture of authentic and not-so-authentic artifacts leaving it to the visitor to distinguish between the two. Show More Summary
This week’s episode of Foodspin takes us to historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, where Burneko and I sampled Civil War-era game pie and pumpkin fritters. I am going to assume these were pro-Union dishes, and therefore NOT racist food.Show More Summary
Donald Trump delivered his own Gettysburg Address over the weekend, on the actual battlefield where the tide against the Confederacy during the Civil War, because he “feels a kinship with lost causes that will haunt our country for generations,”...Show More Summary
Trump had a good plan: present his policy vision for his first 100 days in office. In practice, however, he couldn't help but make things worse.
With no new women stepping up to accuse Donald Trump of sexual assaults over the past 24 hours, accusations which Donald Trump roundly denied during his Gettysburg speech over the weekend in which he laid out his vision for his first...Show More Summary
Donald Trump was down in Gettysburg, in southern Pennsylvania, eclipsing his own speech about his first 100 days as president with a blustery vow to sue women who have lodged complaints against him of sexual assaults. Sen. Patrick J. Toomey was as far away as a top-of-the-ticket mate could be,...
With only two weekends left until the presidential election, Trump and Clinton kept busy on the campaign trail. In Gettysburg, Pa., Trump vowed to sue the women who accused him of sexual assault. Meanwhile, Saturday Night Live’s Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon performed their version of the final presidential debate. … Click to Continue »
The “President Trump’s First 100 Days” article about Donald Trump’s ambitious to-do list for the first 100 days of a Trump presidency, which Trump unveiled during his speech at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, didn’t do justice to Trump’s “Contract...Show More Summary
Trump’s speech in Gettysburg today was inspirational, completely pro-American and rich with policy details. He released all the plans he... The post Here’s What Our Biased And Totally Corrupt Media Took Away From Trump’s Awesome Gettysburg Speech appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
CNN reporter Jim Acosta reacted to Donald Trump's big Gettysburg speech today by remarking on how it began with an airing of grievances.
IT LOOKS LIKE THESE WOMEN WILL BE ASSAULTED AFTER ALL— WITH A LAWSUIT FROM TRUMP! Donald Trump told his Gettysburg... The post ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! Trump to Sue “Liars” and Accusers After the Election (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
During a speech in Gettysburg, PA, Donald Trump gave a last-ditch, "closing argument" to woo voters during the waning weeks of the campaign. Trump...
The speech contrasted with the raucous rallies associated with the Trump campaign, instead opting for a more intimate environment with about...
Donald Trump began with an optimistic, shining-city-upon-a-hill moment. He had gone to Gettysburg to lay out the policy proposals of his presidency and didn’t shy away from the symbolism of the location. “It is my privilege to be here in Gettysburg, hallowed ground where so many lives were given in service to freedom—amazing place,” Trump said. Show More Summary
In his speech in Gettysburg, Donald Trump laid out the plan he will pursue during his first 100 days in... The post Read Donald Trump’s Contract With The American Voter (FULL TEXT) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.