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Five-Star History Lesson from a History Maker

I’ve just finished reading a book given to us by our son at Christmas and it has made me feel like it’s Easter.

Ninety-year-old Henry Kissinger’s 14th book seeks and answers questions… 403 more words


What are Washington’s objectives?

“The primordial interest of the United States, over which for centuries, we have fought wars – the First, the Second and Cold Wars – has been the relationship between Germany and Russia, because united there, they’re the only force that could threaten us.

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Eating together: less cooking, more health and connection

Why is the standard unit for eating the household?  We have institutions that provide food to its inmates.  Sadly, the government just blocked a proposed law to provide breakfast and lunch for those who go to schools serving the poorest fifth of New Zealand children.   282 more words

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Book Review: World Order, by Henry Kissinger

World Order, by Henry Kissinger. Penguin Press. 2014. 420 pgs. $36 

Dr. Kissinger has six books to his credit; this is the only book of his I’ve read. 1,657 more words


Celebrate Retired Fighter Genki Sudo's Birthday With His Best Moments

March 8 will be Genki “The Neo-Samurai” Sudo’s 37th birthday. While that isn’t a particularly momentous milestone, Sudo himself is worth celebrating at any time. The retired fighter is perhaps the most entertaining person in combat sports, both in and out of the ring. 781 more words


The Neoconservative Threat To World Order

Source: Paul Craig Roberts

This week I was invited to address an important conference of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow. Scholars from Russia and from around the world, Russian government officials, and the Russian people seek an answer as to why Washington destroyed during the past year the friendly relations between America and Russia that President Reagan and President Gorbachev succeeded in establishing. 227 more words


Steel, Spirit and a Cause

Did you see the extant in the picture above? Now try to imagine how the swirling winds a few years ago have brought a seed into this rock crevice. 968 more words

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