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Eichmann and El Camino: The Evil of the Everyman

Today, October 14, is Hannah Arendt’s birthday. Born in 1906, Arendt was a German Jewish philosopher and political theorist who witnessed the rise of the Nazi Party before fleeing to France, and then to America. 1,685 more words

Current Events

Beto O'Rourke: Churches That Oppose Same-Sex Marriage Should Lose Tax-Exempt Status

from Real Clear Politics:

At Thursday’s “LGBTQ Equality” town hall on CNN, presidential candidate Beto O‚ÄôRourke called for religious institutions that oppose same-sex marriage to lose tax-exempt status. 167 more words

Signs Of The Times

On the phenomenon of Downton Abbey

The TV series and Film

Promotional Poster from the Feature Film Release in September 2019

One cannot help but notice the way Downton Abbey the TV series, 3,216 more words

Aristotle

On loneliness

Very few of us humanimals enjoy complete solitude. Throughout my teens and alleged adulthood I’ve wondered who these people are, for I am not one of them. 730 more words

Life

In the darkness we wait.

I have a patient

Who cannot read

or write.

I have not yet

Determined the reasons why;

Whether

circumstance

situation

or something

else.

Nevertheless,

He struggles with many… 272 more words

Humanism

Of the Nobel Peace Prize..

The week has been quite eventful both on personal levels and on the international scene. Of course there’s a lot happening in Turkey, France, Syria and Yemen which is tipped to be named the poorest country in the world. 285 more words

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Rest In Pieces Grand Ole Party! Rift in the GOP and Much More! OOLN!

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A Rift is forming in the GOP and it’s time to let that party rest in pieces. We’ll be discussing this and much more tonight, On Our Last Nerve! 79 more words

Humanism