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Fact Of The Day: Odd But True Mother's Day Facts

Traditionally, this is a day where flower and card sales soar through the roof, but not all cultures buy into this brand of celebration. There are many fascinating facts about the day. 181 more words


Make America What Again?

Prime among the apparent reasons for the political ascent of the phenomenon of Donald Trump is his theme of “Make America Great Again.” This has captured a populist revulsion for the ethnic and cultural changes that have been trending for decades now, most prominently the increase in Hispanics and Muslims. 458 more words


Nature with Shining

Click during morning walk  its a good time that I spent with nature  really very nice view


The need for cyber awareness

During my summer vacation last year, I joined the Ayudh youth camp in a small village in Brombachtal, near Frankfurt, Germany. It was a summer camp for young people with various workshops in areas ranging from sports, music, arts and science. 606 more words


Scripture as a Springboard in Hollywood

In the last few months, a spate of faith-based films has come to present never-told or newly imagined chapters of Jesus’ existence.

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Ian Bagley

John Le Carré, still relevant

(K. Brent Tomer),

JUST a few weeks after “The Night Manager” was broadcast to universal acclaim on BBC1 and AMC, “Our Kind of Traitor” is being released in British cinemas. 180 more words

Brent Tomer