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Republicans' (and too many Democrats') modus operandi - or is it a case of "mors tua, vita mea"?

There’s nothing new in Boehner’s inviting Bibi
so as to undermine talks with Iran,
except for the brazen openness of the ploy.
Just go back to Fall 1968 and Nixon’s spoiling… 165 more words

Politics

My name is Kishori

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Asha Bhonsle Songs

January 23 in San Antonio history...

World War I – 1915
The battle at St. Hubert, France has raged for 48 hours as Allied forces try to break the German line in order to destroy the railroad and open the way to Metz. 62 more words

Texana

Friday Night Double Feature: Planet Of The Vampires/The Astro-Zombies

We are proud to announce that we are now opening a new segment every Friday with the, ‘Friday Night Double Feature’! These are just a couple of Horror or Science Fiction movies that we thought that we would recommend for you Fright fans every Friday night! 34 more words

Movie Blogs

Plymouth Roadrunner 1968

Plymouth is long gone (since 2001), but still pretty much alive when it comes to good old muscle cars. And the Roadrunner is one of my favourites. The definition of cool.

Wonderful Wednesday: Neil Young - Neil Young

Well, it was inevitable to get here, and to be honest, I’m amazed it took me this long before Neil Young finally was featured here. If I had to pick one person who for mer personally, was the most important musician ever, it would be Neil Young. 168 more words

Debut

Sau saal pehle ki baat hai

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