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Yvonne Valtierra • 4 weeks ago

Sgt. Zachary Stinson, USMC, uses his arms to stand for the playing of the National Anthem. Words cannot explain how inspiring this is.

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This is what an American Hero looks like. U.S. Marine Sgt. Zachary Stinson, left, from Chambersburg, Pa., uses his arms to stand next to Team USA guard Kobe Bryant for the playing of the national anthem before an Olympic men's exhibition basketball game with Brazil, Monday, July 16, 2012, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) AP

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Daniella, salutes behind her father, Capt. Dan Moen of 1-89 CAV, 2nd BDE, 10th Mountain Division, during the National Anthem at his deployment ceremony on January 11, 2013, at Fort Drum, NY. Photo by Sasha Moen

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The National DEBT in One Picture ~ Congress is beginning its new year with a budget deal that busts right through “caps” it was supposed to have on spending. At Heritage, we want to hold Congress accountable for its tax-and-spend ways, even as Members claim there’s no room to cut. A good place to start is understanding the mountain of debt Americans are already under. Check out and share our infographic below that puts it in perspective. [01/06/14]

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"Ethelyn Mildred Taylor Chisum (1895-1983) was a black teacher and administrator. She was born in Dallas on June 9, 1895. After graduating from Prairie View State Normal and Industrial College in 1913, she taught in the public schools in Texas (1916–23). She served as president of the Dallas Teachers Council, an affiliate of the National Education Association, from 1948-1958 and as an advisor to the council from 1959-1965. She was the NEA membership chairwoman for North Texas from 1955-1960."