It was like a dream come true. Every morning we awakened for two weeks, we were greeted with a slice of heaven.
Last week, we talked about a new exhibit coming to the Minnesota History Center.
Minnesota residents can be very proud of their heritage and especially proud of how it is preserved by the Minnesota Historical Society and exhibited at the Minnesota History Center in St. Paul.
In this third part of a three-part series, Clicking on the Web takes a look at the presidential debates held from 1960 to 2008.
In a second part of a three-part series, Clicking on the Web goes back farther than the last four decades of heated presidential debates to reflect on the history of popular debates between Abraham Lincoln and his challenger, Stephen Douglas for the U.S. Senate.
Every four years we have a presidential election in the United States and every four years, it is stated that this is the most important election we have ever faced.
As a baby boomer, I have lots of heroes. They include the likes of Jackie Robinson, Mickey Mantle, Muhammad Ali, President John F. Kennedy, astronaut John Glenn and first man on the moon, Neil Armstrong.
Wipe that sweat off your brow and replace it with dreams of snow sickles hitting your face while out on a snowmobile ride.