Sandy on June 29th, 2011

Grow Your Own Family Tree says: “One of the most comprehensive records of the Irish 1916 Easter Rising has been released in a fully searchable structured index for the first time. The Sinn Féin Rebellion Handbook was published by the Irish Times in 1917 and provides a fascinating insight into one of the most important […]

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Sandy on June 29th, 2011

Online giant Google has unveiled its new social networking project Google+. It’s a huge project that aims to place all of Google’s services on one social platform. It hopes to be a strong rival to Facebook to take first place in social networking. Similar to Facebook’s notification bar Google has redesigned its nativation bar to […]

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Sandy on June 29th, 2011

I’ve seen many books on the origins and function of Freemasonry but started to think about it on a more personal level after re-reading my grandfather’s obituary, which included the fact that he was a member of two Masonic lodges. After making a couple of inquiries I was informed that because of the secrecy involved […]

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I’ve written several blog posts about the Arlington Cemetery’s unconscionable mishandling of remains and the latest update by the Washington Post points to the continued  FBI criminal probe as well as the Army’s Criminal Investigation Command. The scope of the investigation is broad and includes seeking evidence of possible contracting fraud and falsification of records. […]

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