Inauguration Day 2017: What is the Oath of Office?

  • January 20, 2017

Like our country itself, the presidential inauguration has a strange and sometimes unintentionally comedic history: In 1829, Andrew Jackson decided to celebrate by inviting more than 20,000 common folk to the White House after the inauguration. It quickly...

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Quick Facts on Amputation

  • February 8, 2017

Squeamish? Then read no further! Because for today’s Wednesday Wisdom blog, we’re delving into the history of amputation! A Brief History “Amputate” comes from the Latin words for “to cut away” and “to prune.” In the early days, it was al...

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The Supreme Court Gets A New Justice

  • April 10, 2017

Following an intense confirmation process, Neil Gorsuch gets sworn-in today as the 113th justice of the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court The 8 other justices of the current Supreme Court are Elana Kagan, Sonya Sotomayor, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Samuel Alito,...

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Happy Labor Day!

  • September 1, 2017

Do you know why we celebrate Labor Day in the United States? It’s more than just a day for cookouts, great sales, and enjoying the end of summer vacation —  Labor Day serves to honor all American workers who make our country stronger and more prosper...

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