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Notes and Quotes- April 18, 2021

The ‘Infamous’ Gunfight: The Legend of OK Corral By Tom Morrow Western folklore is uniquely American, and few stories have been told, written or put on film more ...

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Notes and Quotes- April 11, 2021

A Nearly Forgotten Woman: Clara Barton By Tom Morrow For the past year, much of the pandemic focus has been on front-line nurses, so it’s fitting that Clara ...

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Notes and Quotes- April 4, 2021

From Buffalo Hunter to Sheriff to NYC Sports Writer By Tom Morrow The nickname “Bat” was given to him by boyhood companions while out on a hunting trip ...

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Notes and Quotes- March 28, 2021

The Second Amendment: Not So Easily Changed By Tom Morrow For those of you who are easily bored or only slightly interested, as U.S. citizens, here’s a quick ...

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Notes and Quotes- March 21, 2021

Shameful Presidents By Tom Morrow In this age of extreme political correctness, two of our 19th century presidents would be far down the list of “acceptable” chief executives. ...

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Notes and Quotes- March 14, 2021

OSO Big Band of North San Diego County By Tom Morrow One of the unique stories of North San Diego County is the wealth of musicians we have ...

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Notes and Quotes- March 7, 2021

The ‘Mother’ of Our Nation? By Tom Morrow Arguably, the mother of our nation could very well have been a 16-year-old Native American who helped lead the first ...

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Notes and Quotes- February 28, 2021

The Nearly Forgotten President By Tom Morrow About the only place you’ll see our 20th president’s name these days is on a few elementary schools scattered around the ...

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Notes and Quotes- February 21, 2021

Were They Really The ‘Good ‘Ol Days?’ By Tom Morrow In today’s fast-paced life, we older folk often long for the way things used to be. It was ...

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Notes and Quotes- February 14, 2021

Chicago’s St. Valentine’s Day Massacre By Tom Morrow One of America’s most infamous crimes was the 1929 St. Valentine’s Day Massacre murder of seven members of Chicago’s “North ...

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Notes and Quotes- February 7, 2021

Ma, Ya Made My Pants Too Big … By Tom Morrow The first time I realized I was getting old was when I could no longer keep my ...

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Notes and Quotes- January 31, 2021

U.S. Grant and his Turbulent Presidency By Tom Morrow Ulysses S. Grant was a mediocre West Point graduate, a veteran of the Mexican-American War, a failed businessman, but ...

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Notes and Quotes- January 24, 2021

How To Talk ‘Mid-Western Speak By Tom Morrow There are distinctly different languages across America: New England, New York, Chicago, the South, Upper-tier states (Minnesota, the Dakotas, etc., ...

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Notes and Quotes- January 17, 2021

Today’s Civil Unrest Will Be Tomorrow’s History in the Making By Tom Morrow If you’ve ever wondered about what constitute “history,” well, we’ve been living a series of ...

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Notes and Quotes- January 10, 2021

Inflation; The Cost of Money By Tom Morrow Rapid increases in the quantity of money or in the overall money supply have occurred in many different societies throughout ...

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