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Has Christian America finally had enough of non-Christian, radical, second-wave feminists? Influential women who run their lives in direct opposition to EVERYTHING that made America great. 2,541 more words


Let Heart and Soul Resound

As I recover from a mild virus, I look forward to having more pep for holiday events. But I also think about things that traditionally have no place in the usual lexicon of this season. 975 more words

And She Only Reveals What She Wants You to See*

One of the major developments we’ve seen in crime fiction over the years has arguably been the move from the sleuth as a third person – as someone whose thoughts we don’t always know – to the sleuth as the first person. 1,051 more words

Agatha Christie

The Cost

Rilla Askew | 2014 | 21 minutes (5,065 words)

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When my godson Trey was a toddler growing up in Brooklyn, every white woman who saw him fell in love with him. 5,254 more words


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Life as a music nerd in 2014

It’s been a fun year in music, hasn’t it? A song glorifying obesity reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart, Deadmau5 perpetuated rape culture… 1,375 more words

From Astrophysics to Biology*

Science and scientists have a particular way of thinking about their professions. Reputable scientists develop theories and hypotheses about the way something works. As best they can, they put those hypotheses to the test and accept what the data tell them. 1,159 more words

Agatha Christie

Seeing Each Other in the Candle's Light

There is a Yiddish folk-tale that tells of a foolish man who gets lost in the woods during Chanukah:

Having hoped to make it back to his home before sundown the man had attempted to take a short cut through the forest, only to find himself utterly lost when night fell. 1,801 more words