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Review: I am Malala by Malala Yousafzai and Christina Lamb

Weidenfeld & Nicholson

ISBN: 9780297870913
Edition: Hardback
Price: £18.99

I took a trip to the library yesterday on my way home from a doctor’s appointment – I’ll talk about that in a later post – to try to get some books about depression and anxiety – again, I’ll talk about local mental health care provision in another post, I’m getting a lot of material to work on at the moment – when I noticed this book on the shelves. 345 more words


Churches destroyed in Muslim mob attack but Bible survives

It was Jan. 16 and by the week’s end Muslims had set fire to at least 45 churches and looted the homes of a number of Christian ministers. 23 more words


How Thomas Jefferson’s Day of Prayer Changed American History

Official days of prayer called by elected officials are in the best tradition of the Founding Fathers. George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe and James Madison all called for national days of prayer during the early years of the Republic. 13 more words


The Old Rush: Marketing for Gold in the Age of Aging by Peter B. Hubbell

From the founder and CEO of BoomAgers, (a modern communications company dedicated to Baby Boomers and aging), comes this timely and insightful primer on marketing to the largest, wealthiest generation in history- the Baby Boomers. 327 more words


The Budget Cookbook by Sarah Sophia

Where I Got It: Review copy from the narrator (thanks!)

Narrator: Tiffany Williams

Publisher: Good Living Publishing (2015)

Length: 1 hour 18 minutes

Series: Book 2 The Essential Kitchen Series… 491 more words


2nd Amendment threatened in Obama’s trade plans

Gun Owners of America is blasting a congressional proposal that empowers Obama to unilaterally negotiate international agreements as “a ‘bait and switch’ scheme that could seriously impact the Second Amendment.” 9 more words


The Paradox

Anthony is a hater of organized religion. Even though he’s not certain about the existence of God, he’s of the opinion that if God actually exists, he can’t approve of what goes on in most organized religions and churches. 354 more words