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stopping the spread of Christianity

According to DailyNK, North Korean agents operating in China have been instructed to capture North Koreans who may have heard about Christianity, even if they are traveling legally in China. 92 more words


Hitchcock's Holocaust Film

Hitchcock was a great director. I’m not a horror fan but I’ve seen most of his films. There were few guys as good at horror and suspense as he was. 291 more words


One Week Later: A Reflection

I have been back in the States for a little over a week now, and I have spent a good chunk of that time readjusting to what can be considered “normal teenage life”—a lot of sleeping, some fast food-eating, several obligatory Starbucks runs (nothing too exciting).  655 more words

With Abbas it's about Expediency, not Right and Wrong

Relatively quiet during this most recent crisis in Israel is the Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.  Abbas once again has been presented with an unprecedented opportunity, and rather than make the most of it, he did what he usually does, willingly and cynically disregard it. 487 more words

4th. of July From a British Perspective!

(Just for fun!)

Independence day! Er… long term are you sure we didn’t win guys? Our taxes are less than yours and if we live abroad we don’t even have to pay (what a waste of tea!) We get back FREE health care, (remember that one in the news somewhere…) state pensions, unemployment, housing, and incapacity benefits (the Scandinavians have it even better!) 193 more words


The Jewish Quarter and More

Today was our day off, if you can call it such a thing. We spent the morning in Kazimierz, Krakow’s Jewish Quarter, which was bustling in anticipation of this year’s Jewish Culture Festival. 918 more words