Category Archives: History To Know

‘History to Know’ displays history that may not be well known and history that is just good to know.

Did Santorum almost call Obama the N word? (please watch attached video and let me know what you think)

-We still have a  long ways to go as  a country- I don’t know many other words or syllables that he could have used in that sentence. Rick Santorum looked very relaxed and very comfortable as if he has said … Continue reading

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They were once failures in the eyes of others but look up these people today (Briankrice.com blog)

Theodor Seuss Giesel: Today nearly every child has read The Cat in the Hat or Green Eggs and Ham, yet 27 different publishers rejected Dr. Seuss’s first book To Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street Sidney Poitier: After his first audition, Poitier was told … Continue reading

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The U.S. has to be the DUMBEST country in the world. We invent everything and we give the technology to other countries thus giving our jobs away and then we buy everything back and then we say why is unemployment so high and why is our dollar so weak and why is our deficit so high

We invent everything and we pay others to sell everything back to us and then we say, where are our jobs and why is the dollar weakening. We have to be one of the dumbest countries in the world. We … Continue reading

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Losing Our Future; An Invisible Crisis in Education

Brian K. Rice: “If we don’t train the next generation properly we are just adding more to the system that can’t compete for descent jobs” AN INVISIBLE CRISIS  In an increasingly competitive, global economy the consequences of dropping out of high … Continue reading

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Day 3 of 5: could you imagine taking away the cell phone from the world

Coud you imagine taking away the cell phone? (this fairly new invention)  Could you imagine taking away the use of cell phones and similar devices and rewind just a few years?  You no longer have the capabilities and technologies of the computer, cordless … Continue reading

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Day 2 of 5: What do you think about welfare and how much assistance the government should provide?

What do you think about about welfare and how much assistance the government should provide? (public housing, the elderly, food stamps, insurance, free and reduced lunch, etc…) Welfare has been going on for centuries as it dates back to at … Continue reading

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