Thursday, September 20, 2012

A Christian Nation?

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Freedon Trail & Constitution Cruise

In the 1950’s concerned Bostonians were determined to preserve the story of the American Revolution as it began in Boston through preservation of 16 historically significant sites. These 16 sites are located along a unique 2.5 mile urban walking trail, marked with a bricked or painted red line.

Designated a Millennium Trail by First Lady Hillary Clinton in 2000, the Freedom Trail today is an integral part of the modern city and contributes tremendous economic value to Boston and the Commonwealth through education, tourism, and preservation programs.

As the Freedom Trail enters its second half century, it proudly celebrates that it has become the signature historic experience in New England — attracting over 3.2 million people annually — and has succeeded in preserving the story of the American Revolution and the ideals of freedom of speech, religion, government, and self-determination for all America.

I think we may try this, for only $27 on Columbus Day:
The Freedom Trail Foundation has partnered with Boston Harbor Cruises for the only joint ticket to take you on the Freedom Trail by land and sea.

USS Constitution Cruises Visit one of Boston's most treasured landmarks, the USS Constitution. This 45-minute, informative tour brings you up close and personal with "Old Ironsides" at her home in the Charlestown Navy Yard and offers the option to disembark for a tour of the famous ship and accompanying Naval Museum. Other highlights of the tour include the Bunker Hill Monument, the site of The Boston Tea Party, and the Old North Church.

Valid for any USS Constitution Cruise offered by Boston Harbor Cruises. Cruise departs from Long Wharf Gate 2 every hour on the half hour. Cruise boards 15 minutes prior to departure. Cruise will not operate June 30th – July 5th (due to 1812 celebration event).

Ticket may also be used on Freedom Trail tours departing daily from the Arts Boston booth at Faneuil Hall.

Sunday, September 16, 2012

Elizabeth Warren for Senate

When I first read online that Elizabeth Warren was running for senate, I was overjoyed. 

I have read many of her financial articles over the past few years, and her advice is so clear and concise. I would be proud to have her as my future senator.
Elizabeth, is a democrat like myself.
We support 'the people', not just the cream of the crop and this years republican candidate Mitt Romney has me extremely nervous about the future of middle class America.
Without a middle class, the jump from lower class to upper class will get wider.
 I believe a second democratic term will help whats been started...get carried out.
I also understand, we all have different views, thoughts, beliefs etc...but these are my opinions, and so with that...
go Elizabeth!
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