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The Devil's Arithmetic- Too Many Equations to Solve

Reading through any historical fiction Holocaust novel will undoubtably incur questions about the events surrounding the literatures inspiration. Currently my class is reading The Devil’s Arithmetic  608 more words


The five dumbest things I've seen all week

When it comes to plumbing the depths of human stupidity, I like to consider myself something of an expert. These are some of the most depressing, ridiculous, asininely idiotic things I’ve seen all week. 524 more words

Random Ramblings


In the last days of Judas Iscariot
His Father noticed change –
Suddenly found on Kitchen counter,
Bearing Caesar’s grinning shadow,
Ringing with dead-man-hanging silence. 131 more words

Johnny Wideman

The Delusional

Brenton Rauschning brought his new 1944 Volkswagen to a stop outside the residence of his friend James Krüger.

“Good morning to you Jim,” said Brenton. “And thank you for coming with me.” 999 more words


Anne Frank

Here is another bit from my assignment. Something on Anne Frank!

Anne Frank was born on 12th June, 1929 in Frankfurt, Germany. Her parents were Otto and Edith Frank and had an older sister named Margot. 291 more words

ISIS Strikes Again

In today’s news, it was reported that some ISIS teenagers, kids, really, executed up to 200 Syrian soldiers at a historical site in Syria.  This throws two significant flags out there; first, the fact that a Hilter-like society has formed with massive cleansing executions being conducted and second, historical sites are being desecrated by these barbarians. 110 more words


David Brooks: Converting the Ayatollahs

New York Times: Over the past centuries, Western diplomats have continually projected pragmatism onto their ideological opponents. They have often assumed that our enemies are driven by the same sort of national interest calculations that motivate most regimes. 93 more words

International Relations