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Historically Speaking: Congressional Freedom of Speech

Congressional Freedom of Speech As the U.S. House of Representatives voted recently to strip Marjorie Taylor Greene of all her committee assignments, I was reminded of two sections of the Constitution. The first is Article 1, Section 5, which reads, “Each House may determine the Rules of its Proceedings, punish its Members for disorderly Behavior,…

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fresh kwaks from the pen of Delbert Duck

Today the duck has a question for all the humans:      What is it that you see when you look into that thing you humans call a mirror? Do you see the reflection of a person that is honest and kind to others? Is that person staring back at you someone you would want…

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Historically Speaking – 2020: A Year of Years

By Dr. James Finck 2020 has certainty been a year of years. I do not need to recount the events of this year; we all know them too well. It is just strange to think that it was less than a year ago since we impeached the president, yet it seems more like a decade.…

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fresh qwaks by Delbert Duck

The “duck” is excited by the start of this NEW YEAR!  There are so many things coming about to make everything new and different. There is a new vaccine for the deadly virus that affects humans. There is a new government being installed by humans as well.  Even though there is some human controversy, this…

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What is the key to accelerating finding the Cure for COVID-19?

Dear Editor, Thank you for taking your time to speak with me over the phone. On Behalf of HWPL (Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of light) I would like to ask you for media coverage on this positive news on Covid-19 vaccine. We appreciate your help in contributing to spread this  beautiful work of the…

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GHS Resources to Support At-Home Learning 

SAVANNAH, GEORGIA – As temporary school closures shift classrooms and student learning to online platforms, teachers, students, and parents can utilize digital educational resources from GHS. Explore our new Resources to Support At-Home Learning page to find quality resources for teaching Georgia and American history. From our Digital Image Catalog, to Primary Source Sets for educators, to the popular Today in Georgia History program, this page is your…

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