Summer is in full swing. Nearly a week after the season started we’re just a day away from celebrating the birth of America’s independence. Generally, this is a festive time, celebrated with large gatherings of family and friends, concerts, and parades. Of course, aerial fireworks are part of the tradition as well.
Mourning doves are found throughout America and have large populations in most places they reside. They are a hearty animal, capable of surviving in a variety of conditions, including summers in desert climates. As you know, deserts are challenging environments. Relative to other parts of earth, little grows here and that which does is highly adapted. For these birds to
America’s Treasury Department removed the designation of currency manipulator from China five months after the moniker was given. This seems reasonable since the two countries were in the process of negotiating the now-signed “phase one” portion of a larger trade agreement. Pejorative monikers probably don’t make deliberations easier.
One hundred years ago our global economy was entering the Roaring Twenties. After a rough start, it was a period marked by economic prosperity in the West. America was leading the way in finance. Metropolitan regions were experiencing extraordinary growth. Even Judy Garland wondered how they were going to keep ret
The Land of Oz was ruled by The Wizard of Oz in the children’s novel from 1900, The Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum. His subjects held the mysterious man in high regard. Dorothy and her friends even traveled to Emerald City, the capital of Oz, because they were certain he was the only person capable of solving their issues.