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Magna Carta

Today we visited the British Library in London to see the Magna Carta exhibition which runs until 1 September 2015. If you live in London or plan to visit before the 1st September then I highly recommend a visit. 567 more words

Josh Dugger is Why America Needs Batman

“Freedom for the wolves has often meant death for the sheep.”  Isaiah Berlin

Things have been done that cannot be undone.  People have been hurt, abused, and ridiculed.   1,079 more words


Duggar Justice

A fourteen-year-old boy sexually molests his sisters and other teen girls. Then he tells his parents. The dad obstructs justice by waiting one year to reveal his son’s felony crimes to the police. 801 more words


A Memorial Day created by former slaves

Though Memorial Day was first formally declared in 1868 by General Logan, in charge of the GAR—an organization of Civil War vets, in order to decorate the graves of those who died in the Civil War, there are many cities and regions who claim to be the first to have celebrated this holiday before its formal adoption. 714 more words


Just Might

Contempt of the court
you may have
but must never show it
an outright display
destroys the illusion
we all know
at the magic show… 169 more words