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A Grammar Lesson from a Veteran

I was scouring the digitized pages of The National Tribune, a popular newspaper aimed at US veterans where they could submit stories of their experiences, and came across an interesting debate about the grammatical status of “United States.” Nowadays, we … Continue reading

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Only in America…

This past weekend, I had the opportunity to tour the Capitol and got an expanded look because of my brother, who is interning with a representative. I highly recommend going to the Capitol and touring. The museum is top notch … Continue reading

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