Clickbank Marketplace Ads

Visit Banner-Adz and get your banners displayed on over 6800 websites.

Wednesday, September 27, 2017


Compassion & Choices is the nation’s oldest, largest and most active nonprofit organization committed to improving care and expanding choice at the end of life
Across the nation, we work to protect and expand end-of-life options — and to ensure
 healthcare providers honor and enable patients’ decisions about their care. To make this vision a reality, Compassion & Choices works nationwide in state legislatures, Congress, courts, medical settings and communities to:
  • empower people with information and tools, including our free consultation program, to receive healthcare that is consistent with their values and priorities as they approach the end of life,.
  • advance policies that allow people to make fully informed decisions about their healthcare, such as improving hospice and palliative care and ending unwanted medical treatment.
  • authorize and implement medical aid in dying to allow mentally capable adults in their final weeks or months of a terminal disease to advance the time of death and end unbearable suffering.
It’s our belief — and our experience for the past 30 years — that the path to change starts with individual supporters.Learn more. Read or download About Compassion & Choices, a concise overview of our mission and current areas of work.

Click HERE to visit website





Tuesday, September 26, 2017

"The Birth of Our Nation's Flag" by Charles H. Weisgerber

Copyright © 1996-2010 by the Independence Hall Association


Many women have been honored for their legendary patriotism. Women such as Betsy Ross (1752-1836) symbolize women’s contribution to the American Revolution and founding of the new nation.

In 1870, Betsy Ross’ grandson told the Pennsylvania Historical Society an important story his grandmother had told him. Betsy, a well-known seamstress in Philadelphia, claimed that General George Washington and two congressional representatives visited her in June 1776. They asked her to make a flag based on their drawings. Betsy agreed, although she recommended a five-point star as opposed to the six-point stars on the sketch. Although this story has no factual record, the flag Betsy made continues to be one of the most beloved versions of the American flag.

Betsy was an ardent patriot during the Revolution and her story represents the many people that rose to the cause and used their skills in support of their country.

The story of this event was commemorated in Charles H. Weisgerber’s painting Birth of Our Nation’s Flag, first exhibited at the 1893 Columbian Exposition in Chicago. The success of this painting greatly increased interest in the American Flag House and the Betsy Ross Memorial Association. The image serves as the basis for the 3-cent Betsy Ross stamp.

Saturday, September 23, 2017

The Top 100 Most And Least Dog-Friendly Cities In The U.S.



Whether the rest of the world likes it or not, dogs are quickly outgrowing their “pet” status and resting comfortably as full-fledged members of the family. This means treating pups like family, feeding them like family, and bringing them with you wherever they’re allowed–especially family trips and vacations.

Click HERE to visit website