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Un-Mosquing Obama's Fictional History of America, Again.

Obama’s recent buffoonery at a terrorist-connected Islamic Center in Baltimore is another example of what has become a pattern of institutionalized lies about America and Islam. 59 more words


Thomas Jefferson and the Barbary Pirates

We may have progressed but does that mean others have too?

Barbary Pirates

Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates: A Book Review

Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates has been sitting on the Best Seller list for several weeks now, and hooray! It does exactly what it wants to accomplish: interest the reader in an informative-but-not-didactic manner, and prove the point that “the more things change, the more they remain the same.” Or, if you will, the old axiom that history repeats itself. 767 more words

Feather Schwartz Foster


Often called The Pearl of the Maghreb, the city of Tlemcen, its name deriving from the Berber thala imsan, i.e. dry spring, holds a unique place in Algerian affections. 1,212 more words


Friday Features DANGEROUS WEAKNESS Caroline Warfield

Friday Features


Dangerous Weakness


Caroline Warfield



Regency romance, historical romance

Heat rating

R for brief sexual content, 3-4 out of 5 flames… 1,337 more words

C.D. Hersh

Caroline Warfield Talks Dangerous Weakness & Giveaway!

Hello Everyone! Who’s in the mood for a fabulous new Regency Romance?  Better still, who’s in the mood to discover a new book series?  Whether you are well familiar with Caroline Warfield’s books or just discovering her, you won’t want to miss her latest release, … 852 more words

The gallant and heroic Madame du Frenoy, 1785

In the December of 1785 the French port town of Marseilles was abuzz with gossip about the gallant and heroic Madame du Frenoy.

The lady had embarked along with her husband in a… 944 more words