Monday, 01 September 2014

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  • An erosion of authenticity

    12:56 | 1/9/14
    Hutchinson News
    Republicans were expressing their opposition to the governor's tax experiment that has brought on unprecedented deficit spending, depleted balances, soaring debt and downgraded credit, higher sales taxes and property taxes, lagging economic growth and ... more»
  • Hong Kong's Hopes Crushed

    05:04 | 1/9/14
    Wall Street Journal
    The people of Hong Kong can plead or protest for democracy all they want, but they can only hold a sham election for Chief Executive in 2017. more»
  • After death, life can continue online

    20:03 | 31/8/14
    This summer, the national, nonpartisan Uniform Law Commission drafted a proposal dealing with the issue and asking states to adopt it. more»
  • Land Trust acquires 44 more acres, makes plan to extend national park

    19:52 | 31/8/14
    Martinez News-Gazette
    Map showing the John Muir National Historic Site area, and the 44-acre property south of Mount Wanda recently acquired by the Muir Heritage Land Trust (in red). The Land Trust hopes to extend the John Muir National Historic Site area to include the ... more»
  • Yarmouth trail takes shape, recruits users

    15:56 | 31/8/14
    Press Herald
    He forged a lease agreement for the town with Central Maine Power so the trail could wind through woods and meadows on Cousins Island and over the causeway to forestland on CMP property on the mainland. With the help of the Royal River Conservation ... more»
  • From Ferguson to North Georgia, today's police resemble the military

    15:56 | 31/8/14
    Gainesville Times
    “I think it was a national disgrace to see what unfolded,” Hall County Sheriff Gerald Couch said. “Had the police first ... But as violent and property crime rates fall across the nation, many Americans are wondering why local police need as much ... more»
  • Century-old Elks Lodge will face wrecking ball

    13:41 | 31/8/14
    Allentown Morning Call
    The Elks Lodge predates the Dime Savings and Trust building at Seventh and Hamilton streets by a decade, but the Dime Bank is on the National Register of Historic Places while the Elks Lodge is not. The Elks Lodge, out of the spotlight of Allentown's ... more»
  • Fremont County takes caldera monument to voters

    05:15 | 31/8/14
    The Idaho Statesman
    Fremont County will ask voters in November what they think about the creation of an Idaho Caldera National Monument. The Fremont County Commission decided to add the advisory initiative to the ballot after Tea Party members successfully killed a county ... more»
  • Nashville's Music Row: Should ugly buildings be preserved?

    21:00 | 30/8/14
    Al Jazeera America
    Historic significance is often tricky to define because it “can depend on who you are talking to,” says Carolyn Brackett, who heads the Nashville office of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Traditional preservation efforts focus on exterior ... more»
  • Tour unlocks history as they explore the nooks and crannies of the Albert ...

    15:56 | 30/8/14
    Pittsburgh Post Gazette
    The property had been in private hands for more than a century when it was acquired by a nonprofit conservation group. The Trust for Public Lands in turn sold the estate to the National Park Service. Many of the rooms are unfurnished. The National Park ... more»
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