Thanksgiving and my Dad’s Favorite Poem

This is the time of year when folks use sweetened condensed milk for pumpkin pie, peanut butter fudge, and many other holiday treats. Every time I see those cans advertised, I am reminded of my father’s favorite poem. My father worked on farms for much of his life, including two summers during high school on […]
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Vermont Governor Instructs Schools to Interrogate Students about Family Thanksgiving Gatherings

Vermont Governor Phil Scott, a Republican, announced on Twitter last week that schools have been directed to ask students or parents if they were part of multi-family gatherings. If the answer is yes, he wrote that they will need to "go remote" and quarantine for 14 days or take a Covid test and isolate for 7 days.

Unthanksgiving, Iran, Monolith in Utah & Asians Joins Club White - FF Ep102

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How A Would-be Thanksgiving Argument Can Spawn a Revolution

-by Sam HusseiniFounder, Vote PactIt's become something of a cliché: Many people dread Thanksgiving in part because they have to break bread with friend-- and especially relatives-- who they adamantly disagree with politically.One is pro-immigration, the other wants to build a bigger wall, etc.But what if this apparently annoying encounter was actually a blessing?I don't