Hanson writes weekly for National Review Online and Pajamas Media and is also the Wayne and Marcia Buske Distinguished Fellow in History, Hillsdale College, where he teaches courses in military history and classical culture. He was awarded the National Humanities Medal in 2007 and the Bradley Prize in 2008 and was a recipient of the Eric Breindel Award for opinion journalism in 2002. The Sioux City Journal was founded as a weekly newspaper on August 20, 1864 by Samuel Tait Davis (1828–1900) and others who wanted a strong local voice for the Union Party and the re-election of Abraham Lincoln.Serving as the first editor, Davis continued until after the election, ensuring a pro-Lincoln perspective.Case in point: I had a date with a lady whose photo showed her to be slim, with black hair.
She resides in Tsaile, AZ on the Navajo Nation and is English faculty at Diné College.The Sioux City Journal is the daily newspaper and website of Sioux City, Iowa.Founded in 1864, the publication now covers northwestern Iowa and portions of Nebraska and South Dakota.I think women would be wise to place a recent photo on their profile with the caption, "What you see is what you get." It would eliminate any surprises.-- DISAPPOINTED IN VERMONTDEAR DISAPPOINTED: I agree that there should be more truth in advertising, which is why I'm printing your letter.