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Review: The boy in the striped pyjamas by John Boyne

This book is just so heart-breaking, as well as heart-warming.

The boy in the striped pyjamas tells a story of the nine-year-old Bruno. His father is a very special man, although Bruno isn’t quite sure what is father is actually doing. 747 more words


Faculty and Graduate Research: An Evening of Pecha Kucha Presentations

by Cole Wilson

The American Studies Department tried out a new style of presentation this Friday the 6th, a PechaKucha Night. Designed by “Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham of  1,033 more words

Grad Research

Ursula Haverbeck to serve 10 months in jail for sedition

by Carolyn Yeager
via CarolynYeager.net
Thu, 2015-11-12 12:38

Deutschland is a land of insanity.

A peaceful, non-violent 87-year old woman who is beautiful inside and out is found guilty of an unconstitutional “law” that prohibits free expression of belief on one historical subject. 116 more words


In Support of a Flat-Earther

I also don’t have to prove to you the world is round

Magistrate Bjoern Joensson

The nuisance with writing pieces about free speech and enjoying the esteem, if not self-importance, of adherence to such lofty ideals, comes when faced with cases of vile speech you wish people wouldn’t utter.

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"In Times Like These" Part 2

While many people are dancing with the stars and living in a dream world of unreality, there are those who see things as they really are and they don’t like what they see. 1,040 more words

Christian Life

Pulpits that Change the World

Tuesday is for Preaching

From a time when a pulpit in France rang with truth and power.

This is an old post from a now defunct older BLOG of mine. 930 more words


Semester End Deadlines

The 15 week grades revealed that many of my 9th graders are having time management challenges. The purpose of this post is to provide clear expectations for all semester end projects and deadlines for all of my World History classes. 661 more words

Historical Writing