Once upon a time in America, gold and silver were used as currency. There was also a lot of bartering: “I’ll trade you 2 loaves of bread for a chicken” type-stuff. It is difficult to carry around large quantities of gold or silver. So paper money was invented to be used as a substitute for … More Inflation 101 – The Federal Reserve System and What 1913 Means to You
Mom is working on her blog about the Federal Reserve. She has been mumbling under her breath a lot. She is fact-checking and looking for pictures. And mumbling under her breath. A lot. What is the Creature from Jekyll Island, Mom? I never heard of that. It sounds scary! Don’t worry Mom! I’ll protect you! … More Mom will be Unplugged Today, so I am filling in — Love Bailey
If I had all the time in the world to throw myself behind a cause, it would be to stop the race baiting being done in this country. I know things are not perfect, but there are advances and mistakes on both sides. For the record, yes, I am white. Let me tell you of … More Daily Prompt: Can we please take the deck of race cards off the table?
Bailey had a big day today walking the trails at the Battlefield park. Here he is next to one of the cannons used during the Battle of Saratoga in 1777. When we first started out this morning, we really had a tough time coaxing Bailey to get into the car. I guess he was afraid … More Bailey’s Saratoga Battlefield Adventure
“We fought the Bloody British in a town called…..” Saratoga. One of the most important battles of the American Revolution was fought on the Saratoga Battle ground. Thanks to Teddy Roosevelt, this battle ground is a National Park, and hopefully will NEVER be messed with. I was there on the 3rd of July. I didn’t … More Saratoga Battle Field