About The Author
Diana Erbio is a freelance writer who lives on Long Island. She has written about parenting issues, travel, museum exhibits, and a wide array of topics as a regular contributor to Long Island Parent magazine and Crinkles, an educational magazine for children. She has been published in a variety of national and local publications and her Opinion pieces have appeared in Newsday, Dan’s Papers and The Daily Caller. Recently Diana has written a children’s short story, Moon Circles, which provides a mini science lesson to readers as they follow two youngsters on a winter’s day beach outing with their mom.
by Diana Erbio
Finding American history when traveling is an added bonus to me. I love meeting up with historic events I never before encountered. While vacationing in New Hampshire two summers ago a few surprise acquaintances were made.
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What has happened to common courtesy? One of America’s basic strengths was that people with different opinions could voice them. Today it seems only certain speech is acceptable.
This week comments made by University of South California...
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The progressives are now revealing more of their true belief system, which is that Big Government is best. Big Government knows how to equalize things. Somehow a new American Dream has emerged, and that dream is that we all must live at the...
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Recently Chris Rock has said President Obama is like the “Dad” of our country. The President of the United States a father figure? Actually the president is an employee of “We the People”, as are our other elected officials. Although...
By Diana Erbio - Presidents and elected officials of the United States often close their speeches with “and may God bless America.” It never spurs calls for legal action because of separation of church and state issues that I am aware of. If it has, our...