01 May 2010

May Day: A Day of Remembrance

This sounds like a good idea. Check it out here. Victims of Communism, both past and present.

3 comments:

Mark in Spokane said...

Thanks for posting this. We should never forget the victims of the communist movement -- and the victims that it continues to brutalize and murder in those places that stuff languish under Red tyranny.

Great blog by the way -- I'm linking and following now. Great theme as well, something our culture doesn't like to think about but which we all must face if we are lucky enough to be around long enough!

Also, great to meet a fellow Inland Northwest blogger! I don't know if folks in Montana think of Montana as being part of the Inland Northwest, but folks in Spokane consider it so!

Cheers and thanks for stopping by and leaving a note on my blog. And thanks for linking to me here at your own blog. I appreciate it.

Ken & Carol said...

Thanks Mark for your comment. Yes, some of us do consider ourselves part of the great Inland Northwest. I think I have some photos of Spokane somewhere in my blogs because we frequently travel through to see grandkids near Seattle. If we leave early we make it to Spokane. If we leave late we stop in Missoula. Occasionally Coeur d'Alene. All good places to stop.

Mark in Spokane said...

Indeed. I'm a fan of Montana myself -- I like to spend time in Missoula when I get the chance. Big Sky country indeed...

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