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"Washington, D.C. to New Orleans: Drop dead." Mort Kondracke
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the peace protest in Washington, D.C., ... We are going to deliver how the rest of America perceives the war."
Melanie Morgan
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"He would go to (Washington) D.C. for reserve maneuvers all the time. He was a real worker, all of his life." Diana Plutto
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"Mr. Hayworth is truly out of touch with Arizonans if he doesnt believe there is an emergency at our border or that the federal government has a responsibility, ... Has the discourse in Washington, D.C., become this despicable?" Dennis Burke
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"This is a part of history most people don't know about. And this is from the recent past. Women were jailed during their march on Washington, D.C., during Woodrow Wilson's [1918 presidential] campaign." Christian Overland
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"There are many things that happen in Washington, D.C., that bother me, but I still come to work. You work and you deal with political issues, but they are two separate arenas. We need them, and they've got jobs to do. Meanwhile, we'll continue through our lobbying efforts to get them the legalized status they want." Bob Spencer
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Charles Spurgeon
Birth: 1834-06-19 Death: 1892-01-31

"Our misery is that we thirst so little for these sublime things, and so much for the mocking trifles of time and space."

Known as the Prince of Preachers to some in the Christian faith, Charles Spurgeon was a British Baptist preacher who lived from 1834 to 1892. During his lifetime he delivered thousands of sermons, often 10 times a week. He was a very influential figure in the Reformed Baptist tradition, opposing more liberal theological leanings in the church in his day. He was a prolific author. Besides sermons, he wrote an autobiography, books on prayer, a magazine, poetry and commentaries. Many of Spurgeon's sermons were translated into other languages as he spoke. His legacy was the founding of Spu…



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