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Reader's Corner: Great Library Reading Rooms

Even in our brave new online world, libraries are still one of the best repositories for research and reading. Yes, most things can be gotten online, but there are times when the physical proximity of materials provides new insights that strictly electronic pursuits do not. 58 more words


Que penser de cette autre intuition du cardinal Lavigerie?

Il est  écrit en titre “autre intuition”  par référence au toast d’Alger en date du 12 novembre 1890 dont il est  bien probable  qu’il ait été prononcé à la demande de Léon XIII.  321 more words

Blogs Et Sites Providentialistes

Mahlagha Mallah: 96 year old Iranian environmental activist

Mahlagha Mallah, 96, is an environmental activist who has not produced any waste over the past 60 years.

Earlier in March, Mehr News Agency ran a report on the founding mother of Iran’s environmental protection and her waste minimization efforts. 463 more words


Duanduan Hao

Duanduan Hao, a first-year Masters pianist in Juilliard’s Music Division, brought a wealth of knowledge of his native Chinese and French culture to our conversation. 1,274 more words


Libertarian women's history month: Veronique de Rugy

Veronique de Rugy (May 20, 1970 – ) is a French born economist, living in the Arlington, Virginia suburb of Washington, DC.  She received her PhD from the Sorbonne in 2000; her dissertation analyzed the interaction of private and public tax revolts, the interactions and trade offs between tax evasion and tax limitation initiatives.   411 more words

Mercatus Center

I'm struggling in the research process

I’m writing this to light a fire under my booty and to hold my future self accountable – there is no way I’m going to come on here in a few months and write a post about how I couldn’t finish my Master’s degree. 226 more words