February 20, 2024 9:42 AM

Independence Day


Opinion – Happy Birthday, America; Now Mind How You Go – Inside Sources

Martin Walker, the gifted former Washington correspondent of The Guardian, used to start his speeches saying that the Fourth of July wasn’t a time for sorrow for him, as it was a time when good British yeomen farmers in the colonies revolted against a German king and his German mercenaries. Walker — who now lives

Gas Prices

More Americans to Hit the Road This Summer Even as Gas Prices Hit New Records – GasBuddy

Seventy percent say their travel plans were affected by high gas prices, affordability drives decision making GasBuddy, a PDI company, today released the results of its annual summer travel survey revealing that even with record-high gasoline prices, 58% of Americans intend to road trip this summer, a rise from last summer, when gas prices were


A “Holy Cow!” History 4th of July Quiz

For 245 years now, Americans have had a red, white, and blue time celebrating the Fourth of July. We all know America’s independence was declared on that day in 1776. How many other things do you know that were associated with that landmark event? Find out in this short, fun quiz. 1  In one of


Rediscovering America: A Quiz for Independence Day

Many of the activities associated with Independence Day have been canceled this year, including parades, fireworks, and large community and neighborhood barbecues. During this quieter holiday, the quiz below, from the Ashbrook Center at Ashland University, provides the opportunity for you to reflect on our shared history as a nation and test your knowledge of

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