whitehouse:

Happy Constitution Day! Learn more about the U.S. Constitution from the National Archives:
todaysdocument:

Happy 227th #ConstitutionDay!
September 17 is designated as Constitution Day and Citizenship Day to commemorate the signing of the U.S. Constitution in Philadelphia on September 17, 1787. Learn more about the U.S. Constitution through programs, and resources from the National Archives:
Of the People: Live from the National Archives - A Tour and Up Close Look at the Constitution with David S. Ferriero, Archivist of the United States
Constitution Day Activities at the National Archives
The Constitution of the United States
View the Constitution in Person
Read a Transcript of the Constitution
Teaching Activities and Primary Sources from DocsTeach
Have you ever been to the usnatarchives to see the Constitution in person?  
Bonus question - have you ever slept over in the same room as the Constitution?
whitehouse:

Happy Constitution Day! Learn more about the U.S. Constitution from the National Archives:
todaysdocument:

Happy 227th #ConstitutionDay!
September 17 is designated as Constitution Day and Citizenship Day to commemorate the signing of the U.S. Constitution in Philadelphia on September 17, 1787. Learn more about the U.S. Constitution through programs, and resources from the National Archives:
Of the People: Live from the National Archives - A Tour and Up Close Look at the Constitution with David S. Ferriero, Archivist of the United States
Constitution Day Activities at the National Archives
The Constitution of the United States
View the Constitution in Person
Read a Transcript of the Constitution
Teaching Activities and Primary Sources from DocsTeach
Have you ever been to the usnatarchives to see the Constitution in person?  
Bonus question - have you ever slept over in the same room as the Constitution?
whitehouse:

Happy Constitution Day! Learn more about the U.S. Constitution from the National Archives:
todaysdocument:

Happy 227th #ConstitutionDay!
September 17 is designated as Constitution Day and Citizenship Day to commemorate the signing of the U.S. Constitution in Philadelphia on September 17, 1787. Learn more about the U.S. Constitution through programs, and resources from the National Archives:
Of the People: Live from the National Archives - A Tour and Up Close Look at the Constitution with David S. Ferriero, Archivist of the United States
Constitution Day Activities at the National Archives
The Constitution of the United States
View the Constitution in Person
Read a Transcript of the Constitution
Teaching Activities and Primary Sources from DocsTeach
Have you ever been to the usnatarchives to see the Constitution in person?  
Bonus question - have you ever slept over in the same room as the Constitution?
whitehouse:

Happy Constitution Day! Learn more about the U.S. Constitution from the National Archives:
todaysdocument:

Happy 227th #ConstitutionDay!
September 17 is designated as Constitution Day and Citizenship Day to commemorate the signing of the U.S. Constitution in Philadelphia on September 17, 1787. Learn more about the U.S. Constitution through programs, and resources from the National Archives:
Of the People: Live from the National Archives - A Tour and Up Close Look at the Constitution with David S. Ferriero, Archivist of the United States
Constitution Day Activities at the National Archives
The Constitution of the United States
View the Constitution in Person
Read a Transcript of the Constitution
Teaching Activities and Primary Sources from DocsTeach
Have you ever been to the usnatarchives to see the Constitution in person?  
Bonus question - have you ever slept over in the same room as the Constitution?

whitehouse:

Happy Constitution Day! Learn more about the U.S. Constitution from the National Archives:

todaysdocument:

Happy 227th #ConstitutionDay!

September 17 is designated as Constitution Day and Citizenship Day to commemorate the signing of the U.S. Constitution in Philadelphia on September 17, 1787. Learn more about the U.S. Constitution through programs, and resources from the National Archives:

Have you ever been to the usnatarchives to see the Constitution in person?  

Bonus question - have you ever slept over in the same room as the Constitution?

cartoonpolitics:

"As long as the problems of the poor are not radically resolved by rejecting the absolute autonomy of markets and financial speculation and by attacking the structural causes of inequality, no solution will be found for the world’s problems or, for that matter, to any problems." .. (Pope Francis)

cartoonpolitics:

"As long as the problems of the poor are not radically resolved by rejecting the absolute autonomy of markets and financial speculation and by attacking the structural causes of inequality, no solution will be found for the world’s problems or, for that matter, to any problems." .. (Pope Francis)

(via reagan-was-a-horrible-president)

liberalsarecool:

Apples to apples. #syria

liberalsarecool:

Apples to apples. #syria

(via reagan-was-a-horrible-president)

mvgl:

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 2x09 - “Cased Up” (November 11, 1991)
mvgl:

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 2x09 - “Cased Up” (November 11, 1991)
mvgl:

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 2x09 - “Cased Up” (November 11, 1991)
mvgl:

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 2x09 - “Cased Up” (November 11, 1991)

mvgl:

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 2x09 - “Cased Up” (November 11, 1991)

(via likeneelyohara)

nolanfans:

THE END OF THE EARTH WIL NOT BE THE END OF US

nolanfans:

THE END OF THE EARTH WIL NOT BE THE END OF US

(via where-i-fall-is-where-i-am)

-teesa-:

9.10.14
Just fair warning, I’m taking that out. I’m just gonna leave in the words “Obama’s fault”.
-teesa-:

9.10.14
Just fair warning, I’m taking that out. I’m just gonna leave in the words “Obama’s fault”.
-teesa-:

9.10.14
Just fair warning, I’m taking that out. I’m just gonna leave in the words “Obama’s fault”.
-teesa-:

9.10.14
Just fair warning, I’m taking that out. I’m just gonna leave in the words “Obama’s fault”.
-teesa-:

9.10.14
Just fair warning, I’m taking that out. I’m just gonna leave in the words “Obama’s fault”.
-teesa-:

9.10.14
Just fair warning, I’m taking that out. I’m just gonna leave in the words “Obama’s fault”.
-teesa-:

9.10.14
Just fair warning, I’m taking that out. I’m just gonna leave in the words “Obama’s fault”.
-teesa-:

9.10.14
Just fair warning, I’m taking that out. I’m just gonna leave in the words “Obama’s fault”.

-teesa-:

9.10.14

Just fair warning, I’m taking that out. I’m just gonna leave in the words “Obama’s fault”.

(via fuckyeahstevejonandstephen)

liberalsarecool:

Finance limits are “true radicalism”?
Ass meet hole.

liberalsarecool:

Finance limits are “true radicalism”?

Ass meet hole.

(via reagan-was-a-horrible-president)

huffingtonpost:

Westboro Baptist Church came to protest us here at HuffPost. 
Our message for them? Cupcakes. Lots of rainbow Baked by Melissa cupcakes. ‪#‎GodLovesCupcakes‬
Why do they hate us? We think we’ve figured it out…
huffingtonpost:

Westboro Baptist Church came to protest us here at HuffPost. 
Our message for them? Cupcakes. Lots of rainbow Baked by Melissa cupcakes. ‪#‎GodLovesCupcakes‬
Why do they hate us? We think we’ve figured it out…
huffingtonpost:

Westboro Baptist Church came to protest us here at HuffPost. 
Our message for them? Cupcakes. Lots of rainbow Baked by Melissa cupcakes. ‪#‎GodLovesCupcakes‬
Why do they hate us? We think we’ve figured it out…
huffingtonpost:

Westboro Baptist Church came to protest us here at HuffPost. 
Our message for them? Cupcakes. Lots of rainbow Baked by Melissa cupcakes. ‪#‎GodLovesCupcakes‬
Why do they hate us? We think we’ve figured it out…
huffingtonpost:

Westboro Baptist Church came to protest us here at HuffPost. 
Our message for them? Cupcakes. Lots of rainbow Baked by Melissa cupcakes. ‪#‎GodLovesCupcakes‬
Why do they hate us? We think we’ve figured it out…
huffingtonpost:

Westboro Baptist Church came to protest us here at HuffPost. 
Our message for them? Cupcakes. Lots of rainbow Baked by Melissa cupcakes. ‪#‎GodLovesCupcakes‬
Why do they hate us? We think we’ve figured it out…

huffingtonpost:

Westboro Baptist Church came to protest us here at HuffPost.

Our message for them? Cupcakes. Lots of rainbow Baked by Melissa cupcakes. ‪#‎GodLovesCupcakes‬

Why do they hate us? We think we’ve figured it out…

theonion:

NFL Announces New Zero-Tolerance Policy On Videotaped Domestic Violence

theonion:

NFL Announces New Zero-Tolerance Policy On Videotaped Domestic Violence

space-pics:

A buddy of mine took tho picture of the harvest moon last night!http://space-pics.tumblr.com/

space-pics:

A buddy of mine took tho picture of the harvest moon last night!
http://space-pics.tumblr.com/

corporationsarepeople:

quasi-normalcy:

tytnetwork:

For some reason Fox News allowed Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson to give his opinion on the problems with ISIS, unwittingly showing that Christian fundamentalists and Muslim fundamentalists are extremely similar.

One day Christian and Islamic fundamentalists will figure out that they believe the same things, and on that day, we will all be screwed.

On the other hand, the more that fringe groups have in common, the more they tend to hate each other.
corporationsarepeople:

quasi-normalcy:

tytnetwork:

For some reason Fox News allowed Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson to give his opinion on the problems with ISIS, unwittingly showing that Christian fundamentalists and Muslim fundamentalists are extremely similar.

One day Christian and Islamic fundamentalists will figure out that they believe the same things, and on that day, we will all be screwed.

On the other hand, the more that fringe groups have in common, the more they tend to hate each other.
corporationsarepeople:

quasi-normalcy:

tytnetwork:

For some reason Fox News allowed Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson to give his opinion on the problems with ISIS, unwittingly showing that Christian fundamentalists and Muslim fundamentalists are extremely similar.

One day Christian and Islamic fundamentalists will figure out that they believe the same things, and on that day, we will all be screwed.

On the other hand, the more that fringe groups have in common, the more they tend to hate each other.

corporationsarepeople:

quasi-normalcy:

tytnetwork:

For some reason Fox News allowed Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson to give his opinion on the problems with ISIS, unwittingly showing that Christian fundamentalists and Muslim fundamentalists are extremely similar.

One day Christian and Islamic fundamentalists will figure out that they believe the same things, and on that day, we will all be screwed.

On the other hand, the more that fringe groups have in common, the more they tend to hate each other.

(via silas216)

(via reagan-was-a-horrible-president)


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mypubliclands:

todaysdocument:

#Wilderness50!

"A wilderness, in contrast with those areas where man and his own works dominate the landscape, is hereby recognized as an area where the earth and its community of life are untrammeled by man, where man himself is a visitor who does not remain."
An Act to Establish a National Wilderness Preservation System, 09/03/1964

Signed by President Lyndon B. Johnson fifty years ago, the Wilderness Act established the National Wilderness Preservation System and protected an initial 9.1 million aces of Federal land.  It now protects over 100 million acres of wilderness in 44 states.  Read more at the Lyndon B. Johnson Library.
Be sure to follow our colleagues at mypubliclands as they celebrate #Wilderness50!  
Plus - share an image of your favorite wilderness area with the #Wilderness50 tag.  If it’s from the National Archives, tag us ( todaysdocument) and we’ll try to reblog it!
Where is your favorite wilderness?

Thanks to our friends at Today’s Document for posting the Wilderness Act on its 50th Anniversary!  
Our favorite wilderness?  Well, while all of our wilderness areas and wilderness study areas are amazing, we do have a soft spot for our first designated wilderness area - Beartrap Canyon Wilderness in Montana. #bornwild: BLM’s National Conservation Lands
mypubliclands:

todaysdocument:

#Wilderness50!

"A wilderness, in contrast with those areas where man and his own works dominate the landscape, is hereby recognized as an area where the earth and its community of life are untrammeled by man, where man himself is a visitor who does not remain."
An Act to Establish a National Wilderness Preservation System, 09/03/1964

Signed by President Lyndon B. Johnson fifty years ago, the Wilderness Act established the National Wilderness Preservation System and protected an initial 9.1 million aces of Federal land.  It now protects over 100 million acres of wilderness in 44 states.  Read more at the Lyndon B. Johnson Library.
Be sure to follow our colleagues at mypubliclands as they celebrate #Wilderness50!  
Plus - share an image of your favorite wilderness area with the #Wilderness50 tag.  If it’s from the National Archives, tag us ( todaysdocument) and we’ll try to reblog it!
Where is your favorite wilderness?

Thanks to our friends at Today’s Document for posting the Wilderness Act on its 50th Anniversary!  
Our favorite wilderness?  Well, while all of our wilderness areas and wilderness study areas are amazing, we do have a soft spot for our first designated wilderness area - Beartrap Canyon Wilderness in Montana. #bornwild: BLM’s National Conservation Lands
mypubliclands:

todaysdocument:

#Wilderness50!

"A wilderness, in contrast with those areas where man and his own works dominate the landscape, is hereby recognized as an area where the earth and its community of life are untrammeled by man, where man himself is a visitor who does not remain."
An Act to Establish a National Wilderness Preservation System, 09/03/1964

Signed by President Lyndon B. Johnson fifty years ago, the Wilderness Act established the National Wilderness Preservation System and protected an initial 9.1 million aces of Federal land.  It now protects over 100 million acres of wilderness in 44 states.  Read more at the Lyndon B. Johnson Library.
Be sure to follow our colleagues at mypubliclands as they celebrate #Wilderness50!  
Plus - share an image of your favorite wilderness area with the #Wilderness50 tag.  If it’s from the National Archives, tag us ( todaysdocument) and we’ll try to reblog it!
Where is your favorite wilderness?

Thanks to our friends at Today’s Document for posting the Wilderness Act on its 50th Anniversary!  
Our favorite wilderness?  Well, while all of our wilderness areas and wilderness study areas are amazing, we do have a soft spot for our first designated wilderness area - Beartrap Canyon Wilderness in Montana. #bornwild: BLM’s National Conservation Lands
mypubliclands:

todaysdocument:

#Wilderness50!

"A wilderness, in contrast with those areas where man and his own works dominate the landscape, is hereby recognized as an area where the earth and its community of life are untrammeled by man, where man himself is a visitor who does not remain."
An Act to Establish a National Wilderness Preservation System, 09/03/1964

Signed by President Lyndon B. Johnson fifty years ago, the Wilderness Act established the National Wilderness Preservation System and protected an initial 9.1 million aces of Federal land.  It now protects over 100 million acres of wilderness in 44 states.  Read more at the Lyndon B. Johnson Library.
Be sure to follow our colleagues at mypubliclands as they celebrate #Wilderness50!  
Plus - share an image of your favorite wilderness area with the #Wilderness50 tag.  If it’s from the National Archives, tag us ( todaysdocument) and we’ll try to reblog it!
Where is your favorite wilderness?

Thanks to our friends at Today’s Document for posting the Wilderness Act on its 50th Anniversary!  
Our favorite wilderness?  Well, while all of our wilderness areas and wilderness study areas are amazing, we do have a soft spot for our first designated wilderness area - Beartrap Canyon Wilderness in Montana. #bornwild: BLM’s National Conservation Lands
mypubliclands:

todaysdocument:

#Wilderness50!

"A wilderness, in contrast with those areas where man and his own works dominate the landscape, is hereby recognized as an area where the earth and its community of life are untrammeled by man, where man himself is a visitor who does not remain."
An Act to Establish a National Wilderness Preservation System, 09/03/1964

Signed by President Lyndon B. Johnson fifty years ago, the Wilderness Act established the National Wilderness Preservation System and protected an initial 9.1 million aces of Federal land.  It now protects over 100 million acres of wilderness in 44 states.  Read more at the Lyndon B. Johnson Library.
Be sure to follow our colleagues at mypubliclands as they celebrate #Wilderness50!  
Plus - share an image of your favorite wilderness area with the #Wilderness50 tag.  If it’s from the National Archives, tag us ( todaysdocument) and we’ll try to reblog it!
Where is your favorite wilderness?

Thanks to our friends at Today’s Document for posting the Wilderness Act on its 50th Anniversary!  
Our favorite wilderness?  Well, while all of our wilderness areas and wilderness study areas are amazing, we do have a soft spot for our first designated wilderness area - Beartrap Canyon Wilderness in Montana. #bornwild: BLM’s National Conservation Lands
mypubliclands:

todaysdocument:

#Wilderness50!

"A wilderness, in contrast with those areas where man and his own works dominate the landscape, is hereby recognized as an area where the earth and its community of life are untrammeled by man, where man himself is a visitor who does not remain."
An Act to Establish a National Wilderness Preservation System, 09/03/1964

Signed by President Lyndon B. Johnson fifty years ago, the Wilderness Act established the National Wilderness Preservation System and protected an initial 9.1 million aces of Federal land.  It now protects over 100 million acres of wilderness in 44 states.  Read more at the Lyndon B. Johnson Library.
Be sure to follow our colleagues at mypubliclands as they celebrate #Wilderness50!  
Plus - share an image of your favorite wilderness area with the #Wilderness50 tag.  If it’s from the National Archives, tag us ( todaysdocument) and we’ll try to reblog it!
Where is your favorite wilderness?

Thanks to our friends at Today’s Document for posting the Wilderness Act on its 50th Anniversary!  
Our favorite wilderness?  Well, while all of our wilderness areas and wilderness study areas are amazing, we do have a soft spot for our first designated wilderness area - Beartrap Canyon Wilderness in Montana. #bornwild: BLM’s National Conservation Lands
mypubliclands:

todaysdocument:

#Wilderness50!

"A wilderness, in contrast with those areas where man and his own works dominate the landscape, is hereby recognized as an area where the earth and its community of life are untrammeled by man, where man himself is a visitor who does not remain."
An Act to Establish a National Wilderness Preservation System, 09/03/1964

Signed by President Lyndon B. Johnson fifty years ago, the Wilderness Act established the National Wilderness Preservation System and protected an initial 9.1 million aces of Federal land.  It now protects over 100 million acres of wilderness in 44 states.  Read more at the Lyndon B. Johnson Library.
Be sure to follow our colleagues at mypubliclands as they celebrate #Wilderness50!  
Plus - share an image of your favorite wilderness area with the #Wilderness50 tag.  If it’s from the National Archives, tag us ( todaysdocument) and we’ll try to reblog it!
Where is your favorite wilderness?

Thanks to our friends at Today’s Document for posting the Wilderness Act on its 50th Anniversary!  
Our favorite wilderness?  Well, while all of our wilderness areas and wilderness study areas are amazing, we do have a soft spot for our first designated wilderness area - Beartrap Canyon Wilderness in Montana. #bornwild: BLM’s National Conservation Lands

mypubliclands:

todaysdocument:

#Wilderness50!

"A wilderness, in contrast with those areas where man and his own works dominate the landscape, is hereby recognized as an area where the earth and its community of life are untrammeled by man, where man himself is a visitor who does not remain."

An Act to Establish a National Wilderness Preservation System, 09/03/1964

Signed by President Lyndon B. Johnson fifty years ago, the Wilderness Act established the National Wilderness Preservation System and protected an initial 9.1 million aces of Federal land.  It now protects over 100 million acres of wilderness in 44 states.  Read more at the Lyndon B. Johnson Library.

Be sure to follow our colleagues at mypubliclands as they celebrate #Wilderness50!  

Plus - share an image of your favorite wilderness area with the #Wilderness50 tag.  If it’s from the National Archives, tag us ( todaysdocument) and we’ll try to reblog it!

Where is your favorite wilderness?

Thanks to our friends at Today’s Document for posting the Wilderness Act on its 50th Anniversary!  

Our favorite wilderness?  Well, while all of our wilderness areas and wilderness study areas are amazing, we do have a soft spot for our first designated wilderness area - Beartrap Canyon Wilderness in Montana. #bornwild: BLM’s National Conservation Lands

Beartrap Canyon Wilderness