Inside Trump’s Hanoi heartbreak: A long road to nowhere – CNNPolitics


Editor’s Note: Here’s a tip to great headline writer, and stealing it.. For 2020, let’s talk about how electing Trump in 2016 put us on “A Long Road To Nowhere” .. a slogan I can believe in 🙂

 

It was meant as the sequel to rival the original — another far-flung encounter, laced with backslapping and friendly banter alongside the world’s most ruthless dictator.

Source: Inside Trump’s Hanoi heartbreak: A long road to nowhere – CNNPolitics

‘Star Trek’: William Shatner Remembers Leonard Nimoy on Anniversary of His Death

Beloved Star Trek star Leonard Nimoy died four years ago today. Nimoy’s friend and co-star, […]

Editor’s Note: There’s a video on the site…

Source: ‘Star Trek’: William Shatner Remembers Leonard Nimoy on Anniversary of His Death

NEA – Read Across America

Open Your Books! NEA Celebrates Read Across America Day

“Celebrate a Nation of Diverse Readers” on March 1

WASHINGTON – February 26, 2019 –

“Meet Lilly Ann Granderson, a woman born into slavery who secretly teaches hundreds of other enslaved people to read. Or Julián, a young boy who dresses himself as a mermaid, using his Abuela’s curtain and potted fern. Both individuals are found in educator-recommended children’s books that reflect the diversity of today’s students and readers and are among the 36 books featured in this year’s Read Across America program.”

Source: NEA – Read Across America

A Literary Guide to Washington, D.C.: Walking in the Footsteps of American Writers Webcast | Library of Congress

Kim Roberts discusses her book, “A Literary Guide to Washington, D.C.: Walking in the Footsteps of American Writers from Francis Scott Key to Zora Neale Hurston.”

Editor’s Note: The below can be clicked to view, or visit the direct source to view the video…

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Source: A Literary Guide to Washington, D.C.: Walking in the Footsteps of American Writers Webcast | Library of Congress