Category Archives: Holiday

Constitution Day: A forgotten holiday?

Did you know that September 17th is the U.S.A. Constitution Day? Most people don’t. It is the day the U.S. Constitutional Convention signed the Constitution in 1787. We should be mindful of the role the U.S. Constitution has played in the success of our own lives. We live some of the freest and most affluent […]


The History of Mormon Pioneers.

Between 1847 through 1869 (and even beyond the 1890s), estimates of 60,000 – 80,000 Mormon pioneers migrated to the Utah mountains on journeys that took months to complete. Today, July 24th, Mormons all around the world celebrate these faithful pioneers who made these treks.  The specific date, commemorates the arrival of the first company of […]


A Forgotten Holiday

Did you know that today is U.S. Constitution Day? Most people don’t. No banks or government offices will be closed today, and most of us will spend nearly half our time laboring to pay taxes to the various levels of government. Even our politicians likely won’t take notice of the day. Shouldn’t we do something […]


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