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The 1492 Society presents A Night In Italy on Thursday October 7th at Galdo's Catering
09/29/2021

The 1492 Society presents A Night In Italy on Thursday October 7th at Galdo's Catering

The 1492 Society presents A Night In Italy on Thursday October 7th at Galdo's Catering

This could be you!Our fall issue cover will spotlight a local realtor and one of their beautiful listings. Is that realt...
09/26/2021

This could be you!
Our fall issue cover will spotlight a local realtor and one of their beautiful listings. Is that realtor you? Contact [email protected] to find out how!
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This could be you!
Our fall issue cover will spotlight a local realtor and one of their beautiful listings. Is that realtor you? Contact [email protected] to find out how!
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#firsttimehomebuyer #phillyrealestate #phillyrealtor #instahome #realestate #philadelphiarealestate #lovewhereyoulive #investinphilly #PARealtor #phillyhomes #OpenHouse #HomeSweetHome

See you there?!
09/24/2021

See you there?!

See you there?!

National Keep Kids Creative Week takes place each year toward the end of September. It's still beautiful outside and the...
09/23/2021

National Keep Kids Creative Week takes place each year toward the end of September. It's still beautiful outside and there are so many places to explore that will certainly spark some creativity in your little ones! Read our spread of free things to do with your family in our Summer issue!

National Keep Kids Creative Week takes place each year toward the end of September. It's still beautiful outside and there are so many places to explore that will certainly spark some creativity in your little ones! Read our spread of free things to do with your family in our Summer issue!

We still have space for your classic family photos in our fall issue! Email RowHomeBrenda@gmail.com with a copy and a br...
09/21/2021

We still have space for your classic family photos in our fall issue! Email [email protected] with a copy and a brief description by Wednesday 9/22.

We're just about a month away from the release of our Fall issue! It will be filled with your favorite holiday recipes (...
09/19/2021
Philadelphia | Philadelphia RowHome Magazine

We're just about a month away from the release of our Fall issue! It will be filled with your favorite holiday recipes (there's still time to submit them- [email protected]), a gift guide, and some great stories we know you'll love. Visit our website to renew or order your one-year subscription today!

www.gohomephilly.com/subscribe

Our RowHome grown magazine makes the perfect gift anyone who lives in the city of Philadelphia. Even better- it's a great gift for anyone who loves Philly but no longer lives here. We ship all through the US, so share the memories! Keep everyone connected to the neighborhoods they will always call '...

Your recipes. Our magazine! Let us share your fall and holiday recipes in the upcoming issue. Email them to rowhomebrend...
09/15/2021

Your recipes. Our magazine! Let us share your fall and holiday recipes in the upcoming issue. Email them to [email protected] by the end of the month!

Your recipes. Our magazine! Let us share your fall and holiday recipes in the upcoming issue. Email them to [email protected] by the end of the month!

Let's see your "old" photos! Do you have a throw back pic that would look great in our Noir section? Send it to RowHomeB...
09/09/2021

Let's see your "old" photos! Do you have a throw back pic that would look great in our Noir section? Send it to [email protected]! We'd love to share it in the upcoming issue!

What holidays do you celebrate with your family in the upcoming months? Do you have a favorite dish that you share toget...
09/08/2021
Philadelphia RowHome Magazine Winter 2021

What holidays do you celebrate with your family in the upcoming months? Do you have a favorite dish that you share together during this time? We'd love to feature it in our upcoming holiday issue! Please send us your family recipes (if it's not a secret of course) and why it means so much to you during your celebrations! Email [email protected] by 9/20 for a chance to be featured!

Our annual Food, Family, Traditions issue.

RowHome is a quarterly print publication! Would you like a copy delivered right to your door? Sign up now for a one-year...
09/06/2021
Philadelphia | Philadelphia RowHome Magazine

RowHome is a quarterly print publication! Would you like a copy delivered right to your door? Sign up now for a one-year subscription and you'll start with our Fall/Holiday issue!

https://www.gohomephilly.com/subscribe

Our RowHome grown magazine makes the perfect gift anyone who lives in the city of Philadelphia. Even better- it's a great gift for anyone who loves Philly but no longer lives here. We ship all through the US, so share the memories! Keep everyone connected to the neighborhoods they will always call '...

Today is National Welsh Rarebit Day. And yeah- we do have a recipe for it, courtesy of Jane Roser. Jane's dad used to ma...
09/03/2021
Winter 2018

Today is National Welsh Rarebit Day. And yeah- we do have a recipe for it, courtesy of Jane Roser. Jane's dad used to make it for their family a lot while Jane was growing up. It's one of her favorite comfort foods!

We are currently collecting YOUR favorite holiday recipes too. Whatever you celebrate, we'd love to feature it in our upcoming fall issue! Email it to [email protected] for chance to be featured!

https://issuu.com/philadelphiarowhomemagazine/docs/winter_2018/61

Our annual Dining In issue, featuring local boxing champion Christian Carto!

Cancelation update from 9th Street Italian Market:"It is with regret and an abundance of caution, that we announce the c...
09/02/2021
S. 9TH ST. ITALIAN MARKET PHILADELPHIA, PA

Cancelation update from 9th Street Italian Market:

"It is with regret and an abundance of caution, that we announce the cancellation of the September 26, 2021 Autumn Festival.

Due to the current City mandates, and the planned structure of the Autumn Festival, we believe it is in everyone's best interest to cancel this event. Unfortunately, we will not be able to deliver the type of event that our visitors and vendors will expect.

We are planning for The South 9th Street Italian Market Festival in May 2022 and we look forward to again celebrating with everyone. The South 9th Street Shopping District is open for business as usual. Please continue to shop in our stores and thank you for supporting small business."

SAVE THE DATE! ​ Sunday, September 26th We Celebrate

If your favorite family recipe isn’t a secret, we’d love to share it in our Fall issue (mid October release). This serve...
08/30/2021

If your favorite family recipe isn’t a secret, we’d love to share it in our Fall issue (mid October release). This serves as our holiday issue since RowHome prints quarterly. Whatever tradition you celebrate with your family, we bet you have an amazing signature dish that’s served each year! Tell us about it! Send pics too! Email them to [email protected] for a chance to be featured!

If your favorite family recipe isn’t a secret, we’d love to share it in our Fall issue (mid October release). This serves as our holiday issue since RowHome prints quarterly. Whatever tradition you celebrate with your family, we bet you have an amazing signature dish that’s served each year! Tell us about it! Send pics too! Email them to [email protected] for a chance to be featured!

"Just before the pandemic hit, Lori Scherling Turner , who holds a master’s degree in music education, was about to begi...
08/29/2021

"Just before the pandemic hit, Lori Scherling Turner , who holds a master’s degree in music education, was about to begin a new career within the music industry. Her goal was to build a welcoming space for inclusive music and movement education. “I wanted to bring people together to find their tribe,” she says. Turner’s Music Monkey Jungle brand, which focuses on music and community for all, secured a permanent home in Philadelphia’s Bella Vista neighborhood."

Read more about this awesome space in our latest issue!

"Just before the pandemic hit, Lori Scherling Turner , who holds a master’s degree in music education, was about to begin a new career within the music industry. Her goal was to build a welcoming space for inclusive music and movement education. “I wanted to bring people together to find their tribe,” she says. Turner’s Music Monkey Jungle brand, which focuses on music and community for all, secured a permanent home in Philadelphia’s Bella Vista neighborhood."

Read more about this awesome space in our latest issue!

Summer reads! Did you check out the author interviews in our latest issue? Grab copies for your final shore trips of the...
08/27/2021

Summer reads! Did you check out the author interviews in our latest issue? Grab copies for your final shore trips of the summer!
Leisa Collins Art
Julius James DeAngelus
Michael Caudo

Summer reads! Did you check out the author interviews in our latest issue? Grab copies for your final shore trips of the summer!
Leisa Collins Art
Julius James DeAngelus
Michael Caudo

Here's a great way to use up the zucchini you grew in your garden this summer! We would love to feature your recipes in ...
08/25/2021

Here's a great way to use up the zucchini you grew in your garden this summer! We would love to feature your recipes in our upcoming Fall/Holiday issue! Email them to [email protected] for a chance to be featured!

Here's a great way to use up the zucchini you grew in your garden this summer! We would love to feature your recipes in our upcoming Fall/Holiday issue! Email them to [email protected] for a chance to be featured!

An Affair to Remember XV & 2021Blue Sapphire Awards GalaSponsored by Cescaphe Event GroupWednesday, November 3rd, 2021Ce...
08/24/2021

An Affair to Remember XV & 2021
Blue Sapphire Awards Gala
Sponsored by Cescaphe Event Group
Wednesday, November 3rd, 2021
Cescaphe Event Group’s Vie
600 N. Broad Street / Philadelphia, PA 19123
Tickets are $150. Tables of 10 are $1,500 and include sponsorship. Individual sponsorships are also available. Contact Carol at 215.462.9777 or [email protected]

An Affair to Remember XV & 2021
Blue Sapphire Awards Gala
Sponsored by Cescaphe Event Group
Wednesday, November 3rd, 2021
Cescaphe Event Group’s Vie
600 N. Broad Street / Philadelphia, PA 19123
Tickets are $150. Tables of 10 are $1,500 and include sponsorship. Individual sponsorships are also available. Contact Carol at 215.462.9777 or [email protected]

Advertise in the fall issue of RowHome Magazine! Email rowhomebrenda@gmail.com for more details!
08/15/2021

Advertise in the fall issue of RowHome Magazine! Email [email protected] for more details!

Advertise in the fall issue of RowHome Magazine! Email [email protected] for more details!

An easy and tasty summer treat- check out this simple lemon bar recipe in the latest issue. We'd love to share your favo...
08/14/2021

An easy and tasty summer treat- check out this simple lemon bar recipe in the latest issue. We'd love to share your favorite recipes in our upcoming issues! Send us your creations- [email protected]

An easy and tasty summer treat- check out this simple lemon bar recipe in the latest issue. We'd love to share your favorite recipes in our upcoming issues! Send us your creations- [email protected]

Heading to AC? Get dinner (or a late night snack) at Jerry Longo’s Meatballs & Martinis, located in Bally's Atlantic Cit...
08/13/2021

Heading to AC? Get dinner (or a late night snack) at Jerry Longo’s Meatballs & Martinis, located in Bally's Atlantic City! Unique dishes and cocktails for everyone. Read more about Jerry's new spot in our summer issue.

Our RowHome family mourns the loss of our friend & 2019 Blue Sapphire Award recipient Stanley “Kitten” Hayward. We will ...
08/12/2021

Our RowHome family mourns the loss of our friend & 2019 Blue Sapphire Award recipient Stanley “Kitten” Hayward. We will miss your gentle spirit, your loyalty to your friends & all who met you. You made your mark on this city and the boxing community. We will remember you always. Our sincere condolences to his family, friends & all who knew him. Rest In Peace, Champ.

Our RowHome family mourns the loss of our friend & 2019 Blue Sapphire Award recipient Stanley “Kitten” Hayward. We will miss your gentle spirit, your loyalty to your friends & all who met you. You made your mark on this city and the boxing community. We will remember you always. Our sincere condolences to his family, friends & all who knew him. Rest In Peace, Champ.

Shore spotlight! Did you see the shore section of our summer issue? One of the restaurants featured is Ducktown Tavern &...
08/11/2021

Shore spotlight! Did you see the shore section of our summer issue? One of the restaurants featured is Ducktown Tavern & Liquors in Atlantic City! Ducktown has been an AC tradition since 2005. With a rotating menu of creative dishes, pub fare, a great outdoor bar set up, a kids menu (!), and a liquor store next door, Ducktown is a great place to visit during your beach stay!
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We’d love to feature more Jersey shore spots in our fall issue. Email [email protected] if you want your shore business seen by our readers!

Shore spotlight! Did you see the shore section of our summer issue? One of the restaurants featured is Ducktown Tavern & Liquors in Atlantic City! Ducktown has been an AC tradition since 2005. With a rotating menu of creative dishes, pub fare, a great outdoor bar set up, a kids menu (!), and a liquor store next door, Ducktown is a great place to visit during your beach stay!
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We’d love to feature more Jersey shore spots in our fall issue. Email [email protected] if you want your shore business seen by our readers!

Advertise with RowHome Magazine!PRH Magazine covers the amazing people, places, events and businesses in and around Phil...
08/09/2021

Advertise with RowHome Magazine!
PRH Magazine covers the amazing people, places, events and businesses in and around Philadelphia. Please consider advertising in our upcoming FALL edition (mid October release). From recipes, restaurant spotlights, great music and arts features, sports, real estate, bridal and fashion tips, throwback stories and much more, a RowHome is always worth holding on to. Most ad packages include editorial and viral promotion. Ask us about our rates and specials by September 10th! Email [email protected]!

Advertise with RowHome Magazine!
PRH Magazine covers the amazing people, places, events and businesses in and around Philadelphia. Please consider advertising in our upcoming FALL edition (mid October release). From recipes, restaurant spotlights, great music and arts features, sports, real estate, bridal and fashion tips, throwback stories and much more, a RowHome is always worth holding on to. Most ad packages include editorial and viral promotion. Ask us about our rates and specials by September 10th! Email [email protected]!

An Affair to Remember XV & 2021Blue Sapphire Awards GalaSponsored by Cescaphe Event GroupWednesday, November 3rd, 2021Ce...
08/05/2021

An Affair to Remember XV & 2021
Blue Sapphire Awards Gala
Sponsored by Cescaphe Event Group
Wednesday, November 3rd, 2021
Cescaphe Event Group’s Vie
600 N. Broad Street / Philadelphia, PA 19123
Tickets are $150. Tables of 10 are $1,500 and include sponsorship. Individual sponsorships are also available. Contact Carol at 215.462.9777 or [email protected]

An Affair to Remember XV & 2021
Blue Sapphire Awards Gala
Sponsored by Cescaphe Event Group
Wednesday, November 3rd, 2021
Cescaphe Event Group’s Vie
600 N. Broad Street / Philadelphia, PA 19123
Tickets are $150. Tables of 10 are $1,500 and include sponsorship. Individual sponsorships are also available. Contact Carol at 215.462.9777 or [email protected]

Happy birthday to RowHome's John Nacchio! Celebrate by making his ricotta gnocchi dumplings! You can find the recipe in ...
08/03/2021

Happy birthday to RowHome's John Nacchio! Celebrate by making his ricotta gnocchi dumplings! You can find the recipe in our summer issue.

Happy birthday to RowHome's John Nacchio! Celebrate by making his ricotta gnocchi dumplings! You can find the recipe in our summer issue.

Keep enjoying our favorite hot spots picks! Great food, places to explore, and free things to do with the whole family a...
08/02/2021

Keep enjoying our favorite hot spots picks! Great food, places to explore, and free things to do with the whole family all summer long. What are your favorite Philly hot spots or day trips?

https://issuu.com/philadelphiarowhomemagazine/docs/prh_summer2021_rev/38

Keep enjoying our favorite hot spots picks! Great food, places to explore, and free things to do with the whole family all summer long. What are your favorite Philly hot spots or day trips?

https://issuu.com/philadelphiarowhomemagazine/docs/prh_summer2021_rev/38

It's National Cheesecake Day, so let's celebrate with a recipe from our Winter 2021 issue. And if you need a quick dinne...
07/30/2021

It's National Cheesecake Day, so let's celebrate with a recipe from our Winter 2021 issue. And if you need a quick dinner recipe to go with it, try the chicken and dumplings featured on the same page.

We'd LOVE to share your family recipes in our upcoming issues. Email them to [email protected]

It's National Cheesecake Day, so let's celebrate with a recipe from our Winter 2021 issue. And if you need a quick dinner recipe to go with it, try the chicken and dumplings featured on the same page.

We'd LOVE to share your family recipes in our upcoming issues. Email them to [email protected]

We can't wait to see you in person this November! Join us on 11/3 as we honor our 2020 Blue Sapphire and WishRock Award ...
07/30/2021

We can't wait to see you in person this November! Join us on 11/3 as we honor our 2020 Blue Sapphire and WishRock Award recipients. Call us now to reserve your tables and tickets! 215.462.9777

We can't wait to see you in person this November! Join us on 11/3 as we honor our 2020 Blue Sapphire and WishRock Award recipients. Call us now to reserve your tables and tickets! 215.462.9777

It's National Crème Brûlée Day! Make some at home with a kick- try the espresso version in our Fall 2016 issue here:http...
07/27/2021
Salute to Service/Blue Sapphire 2016

It's National Crème Brûlée Day! Make some at home with a kick- try the espresso version in our Fall 2016 issue here:

https://issuu.com/philadelphiarowhomemagazine/docs/phr_fall2016v3/62

Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s millions of monthly readers. Title: Salute to Service/Blue Sapphire 2016, Author: Philadelphia RowHome Mag...

Save the date! Tickets are available now. Give us a call to reserve your seats or tables.
07/25/2021

Save the date! Tickets are available now. Give us a call to reserve your seats or tables.

Save the date! Tickets are available now. Give us a call to reserve your seats or tables.

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“Beware the Ides of March.” John Burl Smith The Roman biographer Suetonius identifies the “seer” as a haruspex named Spurinna. His words prompted William Shakespeare to pin his famous play Julius Caesar, using the warning from the soothsayer regarding his assassination, “Beware the Ides of March.” Shakespeare’s dramatization, although millennials in the rearview mirror, reveals a great deal of clarity and truth. Today, looking back at the 1960s, when America lost some of its greatest leadership potential to assassination, most Americans today were not alive then, and those who were memory of those days have faded or become entangled with the dominant view pushed by popular media. Those accounts stripped away the corrosive, sarcastic and deadly atmosphere created by J. Edgar Hoover and other conservatives, as today’s conservative right-wingers portray the Capital insurrection back on January 6, 2021, as justified outrage. The loss deaths of Malcolm X, John and Robert Kennedy and finally Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr in the 1960s scorched brains and boggled the minds of those of us that live through those times. When I was a child “Beware the Ides of March,” Sounded like “Be aware of the eyes of March,” which to me meant to look forward to spring with hopefulness. The coming season followed the last signs of winter’s gray, which was stripped away by the winds of March, bringing freshness. The cleansing of March’s winds made way for the buds and greenery of new growth as part of the new season. Bringing hopefulness and new possibilities for all who survived the “hungry and desperate” days of winter’s scarcity, life began anew. Growing older and wiser, as well as having a clearer understanding of those words looking out at America today, I can see both statements as very appropriate metaphors for describing the political potential and reality of such an outcome. The upheaval caused by the “Capital insurrection on January 6 reflected the real possibility of Julius Caesar’s faith, as well as those past American leaders. Unlike Sen. Joe Manchin, I draw an entirely different lesson from the Capital insurrection and attempted coup, on the part of Donald Trump. Had insurrectionists succeeded we would be living in a totally different America, without law and Constitutional guarantees and subject to the whims of a dictator, Donald Trump, which may have been fine for Joe Manchin, given his current assessment of the insurrection. Looking back at the 1960s, my assessment of the assassinations of Malcolm and the Kennedys was America's losses painful and tragic, as a bystander. However, at the time, Dr. King’s assassination was very different because I was there in the midst of it all, and I have a close up and very personal connection to that event to share. Definitely not a sidewalk bystander, I spent the last 2 hour of Dr. King’s life talking with him, as he shared his hopes and plans, not only for the “Poor People’s Campaign,” but for America's future in general. Those last 120 or so minutes of Dr. King life, he spent talking with Charles Cabbage and me. His words began my winter of grayness, because following those events I felt the harsh and ascorbic criticism of civil rights leaders dead set against black power activists having any leadership role in the struggle descendants of American slavery faced. Civil rights leaders excoriated young black activists determined to lock them out of any role in determining the course of progress in the black community. Following the 1963 March on Washington, and the status quo accommodation civil leaders worked out with Pres. Pres. Kennedy, black power activists and other young voices were shut out of any leadership role by those Malcolm X called “The Big Six.” Young activists were labored and condemned as “a divisive and destructive force trying to destroy the black community.” It was the hollowness of the “1963 March on Washington” agreement and the lack of real progress that followed, which brought Dr. King back to Memphis following the march on March 28, 1968. When he left on the 29th, he promised to meet with the Invaders upon his return, which was on April 3, 1968. Dr. King joined the Invaders at The Lorraine Motel and shared his vision with Charles and I of the future he saw. He implored us to join his “Poor People’s Campaign. More importantly, Dr. King’s vision of the future ran counter to that of most civil rights leaders, which was encapsulated in his new dream, the “Poor People’s Campaign.” Relaying that vision, which began with bridging the divide between civil rights leaders and black power activists, he proposed bringing black power activists into leadership in the black community and wanted the Invaders to be the point in that effort. He had previously proposed his plan to civil rights leaders but they rejected Dr. King’s initiative. He told Charles and I in that last meeting, “This is why I have come to Memphis to talk with the Invaders hoping you would accept my offer and join the ‘Poor People’s Campaign.’ I need you to recruit other black power groups to join us, which would give me a broader base of support, dealing with politicians in Washington DC.” The Invaders accepting Dr. King's proposed alliance became J. Edgar Hoover’s worst nightmare, because it allowed Dr. King to break out of the box Hoover had entrapped him. The thing most people are unaware of is Dr. King’s new coalition included more than young black activists and some civil rights leaders, but young white activists, which allowed Dr. King to speak beyond the ghetto with a more powerful voice. I am convinced it was that agreement that prompted his assassination. What most Americans today do not understand is that Dr. King’s new coalition now included the anti-war activists. Dr. King had come out against the Vietnam War in 1964, which is when J. Edgar Hoover began attacking him as a communist. For the first time in American history a popular mainstream leader had pulled together young white and black activists in a progressive coalition. Fifty-three years later, America is back there once again, with a popular leader, working to advance the interest of poor and working class Americans based on a progressive coalition. This is a real threat to the Republican status quo, which is why Donald Trump engineered the insurrection at the Capital on January 6, which was intended to be a coup. Young people in America are poised on the precipice of political power in America, which is why assassination has become a real possibility once again for America’s current leadership. A popularly elected President is changing the political map in America because voters that elected him were from young people, which Republicans have no way to reverse. Today, the 18 to 25 demographic is made up of mostly first time voters and will continue growing every year. Combined with the 25 to 30 year old voting demographic Pres. Joe Biden has the potential to build an overwhelming vote coalition based on young activists. Pres. Biden has only to use the balance of power he is gathering to control future elections. The reality is older voters are presently evenly split between Republicans and Democrats. Moreover, elderly voters are passing on, leaving Republicans without a real replacement population of voters: hence all the voter suspension by Republican legislatures!!!! Republicans are hoping young voters stay home playing video games, chatting on social media not caring about their future and leave it up to them to decide. However, this does not mean Democrats can sit back and wait on attrition in order to maintain power, quite the contrary! Democrats must work harder than ever to bring young people into the political process. Young high school seniors should be Democrats' prime target. Gaining high school senior’s identification with their party as first time voters is the major task because statistics show first time voter identification tends to control their vote preference throughout their life. But more importantly, if Democrats are going to represent the future for Americans, it must bring in young people to their side by offering them leadership opportunities. Young voters must not be seen as only foot soldiers and grunt campaign workers. High seniors must be shown, they do not have to wait until they are in their thirties before they will get opportunities to make meaningful contributions and develop careers in politics regardless of their race or gender. More than anything, the green new deal must be seen as a means of creating a youth jobs program, not only summer jobs, but regular employment. Shakespeare’s dramatization of Julius Caesar and the foreshadowing by “Beware the Ides of March” warning is quite appropriate when one turns one’s eyes back to the 1960s, and compare what was at stake then as now. Corporate/political and other status quo interest will not go quietly into that good night. The Capital insurrection on January 6th show they will stop at nothing to hold on to power. The insurrection is not for Democrats, the blind Joe Manchin is trying to hide behind. It is not that his views are naive or misguided, they are very dangerous. Similarly, some Germans saw Adolf Halter as quant or dismissible, and never confronted the threat he represented. Germans are lucky to have the country they have today. Americans do not have to go down that road; they simply need to recognize racism, greed and the lust for power for what it is. Those who planned and financed the January 6th insurrectionists will not quit; they railed, plotted and struggled to hold on to their past of white supremacy that is their only choice or change. It was just such a time that produced the first Civil War, and there are those now who are so enamored of that time that in their heart of hearts they would do it all again. If there are any doubters, one needs only examine the events of the last 6 months and see January 6 as the tipping point. That day is no time to look the other way. True Americans must look it square in the face and see it as another day that must live in infamy in the minds and hearts of all true Americas.