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George Will: Race Card Becoming Joke Among Young People

On college campuses one person will say it looks like it is going to rain and another will respond, “You’re a racist,” Will said. “The constant implication of this is that I think it is becoming a national mirth.” 10 more words


so now what?

Those papers, so preciously obtained by trading 2 stamps and a bunch of flowers, went home to Canada with me.  My grandma Erzsebet Zahoranszky.  What was she like?   436 more words


** The Fishing Fleet by Anne de Courcy

The Fishing Fleet: Husband-Hunting in the Raj tells the story of the British women who travelled to India during the 19th and early 20th century in search of husbands — there being many single British officers and bureaucrats stationed there, and too few eligible husbands left in Britain. 203 more words

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The American Left is Positively Putinesque

But what the media will never acknowledge is that many of these same tactics are currently being employed by the American left and the Obama administration, minus the military invasions, of course. 108 more words


Book Review: We Beat The Street: How A Friendship Pact Led To Success by Sharon Draper

  In this book the stereotypical saying that people from the hood die in the hood is broken.

This book is about how three friends Sampson, George, and Rameck struggled their way to success from the hood.  

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Sharyl Attkisson: Obama Has 'Chilling Effect' on Journalism

Investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson, who quit CBS News last month, says the Obama administration has had a “chilling effect” on news organizations, successfully stifling stories it doesn’t want running. 43 more words


Union threatens Dem House members on anti-Keystone vote

Democratic House members are being squeezed by pro and anti Keystone pipeline advocates and the issue threatens to throw a monkey wrench into the 2014 mid term election. 63 more words