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Old and New

London’s Old Bailey courthouse has undergone change, renewal and growth since its first days in 1674.  A remnant of the old city wall still lies beneath the building, yet the current structure only dates back to the early twentieth century, being opened by King Edward VII in 1907. 91 more words

London

"Station Justice in the Gate"

“Hate wrong、 and love right, And station Justice in the gate,— Peradventure Yahweh、 God of hosts、 will be gracious unto the remnant of Joseph.” (Amos 5:15, EMPH) 328 more words

Devotional

This Is Big News That Is Actually Coming From The White House Chief Of Staff John Kelly: It's Time For Shameless Hillary To Start Sweating It

I understand so many of us have been apprehensive as to why there haven’t been any of these criminal Democrats going to prison yet. I understand the process is long just to get to that point and I also know that the Obama DOJ and his cronies have kept all these investigations of criminal activities on the back burner and that makes even any future process ever so much feeling more like it’s taking forever but we must understand that any looking into all this has actually started when Trump won the presidency, in other words there was all those years of lady justice being ignored by Marxist Obama. 442 more words

Iustitia, Lady Justice, Dublin Castle

Iustitia, more commonly known as Lady Justice, situated over one of the gates that gives access to the central courtyard of Dublin Castle.

The statue was erected by the British authorities in 1751 and was sculpted by Van Nost. 247 more words

Irish History

Guest Post: Methodological Skepticism by Zigmund Reichenbach of All My Small Thoughts

Skepticism comes in a variety of styles and flavors. Some prefer the nihilistic variety, others prefer playing skeptical troll.

But fortunately for us, there’s a better kind of skepticism. 465 more words

Philosophy

Why People of Color Deserve More Lollipops

Recently, when giving lollipops to two of my grandsons, the youngest said, “Papa, you gave my brother a lollipop yesterday and I didn’t get one. Can I have two today?”  Before I could respond, his older brother replied, “That wouldn’t be fair.”  Without any thought, I sided with my oldest grandson and said, “What happened yesterday doesn’t matter. 1,011 more words

Racism