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Celebrating Memorial Day is Remembering What It Really Means

Celebrating Memorial Day is Remembering What It Really Means

“For love of country they accepted death, and thus resolved all doubts, and made immortal their patriotism and their virtue.” — James A. Garfield, Arlington National Cemetery, May 30, 1868   Right to Bear Arms: Lexington & Concord, Patriots’ Defense Guest Essay by Bill Federer  The sun never set on the British Empire. It was the largest […]

A binary choice for President

A binary choice for President

Californios and American Union

Californios and American Union

By Ron Kirk According to the book The Making of American California based in original source documents and the first hand witness of Richard Henry Dana Jr. in Two Years before the Mast, it is true enough that Mexico and the U.S. represented two very different views of government, and both existed uncomfortably together in […]

Landscape Architecture’s Peculiar Contribution

Landscape Architecture’s Peculiar Contribution