This is a perfect time to get rid of yet another post from my drafts almost two years old… one about 9/11 memorials.
Did you know that there was a 9/11 memorial and museum? 958 more words
Now that I have written this post and re-read it… I have to apologize to my wife for not letting her know I wrote it. She hates when I get confrontational because deep down I think she wants me to get into politics. 1,191 more words
It’s safe to say I wasn’t the only person
gutted disappointed by the surprising outcome of the UK general election, so I thought I would share my main thoughts/fears/predictions about what’s in-store for us over the next five years under the Cameron regime. 471 more words
I keep hearing about polls predicting an NDP victory. As much as I hate polls for their abhorrent inaccuracy, I have to say something.
For those of you unaware, the NDP stand for New Democratic Party and their values include a party with very little democracy. 624 more words
As a historian, I am always interested in effective paradigm shifts in historical thought. The whole idea of revisionist interpretations of historical events evolved around new evidence coming light, a prime example being revisionist interpretations of the Cold War. 259 more words
Ok, so I know that this post is a day late (national poetry day was yesterday) but hey, better late than never..
I think it’s pretty cool that people in government deemed poetry important enough to get a national day, so before I share… 564 more words