Cowboy Adventures During the Wild West

  The Wild West The Wild West refers to the period from the end of the Civil War in 1865 to around 1900. It tells the stories of the pioneers, the settlers, the cattle kings, gold mining, railroads and steamboats, the cowboys, Indians, outlaws and gun slingers. Famous characters of the Wild West include Whyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, Bat Masterson, Billy the Kid, Calamity Jane and Belle Starr. After the first European settlers arrived in America, many move westward seeking a new life and the promise of prosperity. The West offered land, good soil for farming and new opportunities to get rich that could not be done in the East. The Two-Fisted Town Tamer Thomas James Smith, also known as "Bear River Smith" (12 June 1830 - 2 November 1870), was a lawman in the American Wild West and a marshal of cattle town, Abilene, Kansas. Smith was a quiet-spoken lawman with a rugged reputation who came from New York City, where he worked as a police officer. While working as a police officer in

5 American Priorities Which Must Not Be Delayed!

  In, nearly any circumstance, whether, related to a personal matter, any organization/ group, and/ or, regarding, public service issues, perhaps, nothing is, as risky/ dangerous, as procrastination, especially, when, well - considered, timely action is needed, and indicated! As difficult, as it becomes, in every circumstance, when it comes to national policies, agenda, actions, etc, it is even, more - so! Politicians, who seem, to put their perceived, personal/ political agenda, and/ or, self - interest, ahead of the greater good, often, use empty promises, rhetoric, etc, to stir, the fears and emotions/ prejudice, of their supporters, rather than serving, and representing, all! With, that in mind, this article will attempt to, briefly, consider, examine, review, and discuss, 5 American priorities, which must not, be delayed! 1.  The threats and ramifications of Climate Change:  We often witness, certain politicians, and elected officials, attempt to down - play, and deny, the potenti