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Syria’s Refugee Crisis

July 18, 2013
Syria’s Refugee Crisis

We are familiar with the civil war that is now ravaging Syria. The Huffington Post puts a human face on the stream of Syrian refugees fleeing that country, including one refugee camp with 160,000 people in it. For Syrians, being the wrong religion or the wrong nationality in the wrong place can be a capital […]

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A History of Anti Judaism In World Thought

February 19, 2013
A History of Anti Judaism In World Thought

Anti Judaism is a powerful undercurrent in western thought. In Catholic school, I was taught about the Christian emphasis on the spirit of the law as opposed to dry Jewish legalism. Anti Judaism predates Christianity, and does not even require Jews to exist.David Nirenberg’s new book, Anti-Judaism: The Western Tradition explores this phenomenon, its long […]

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Six Year Old Girl Crashes Car in Bid to See Dad

February 4, 2013

After a divorce, both parents mean a lot to a child. This story is both sad and amazing. A six year old girl wanted so badly to see her father, that she attempted to drive her mom’s car out to see him.

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Ted Nugent Sounds Off With Piers Morgan [Video]

December 31, 2012
Ted Nugent Sounds Off With Piers Morgan [Video]

Certain things get lost in translation when English social critics and commentators look at American society. There is no area as prone to misunderstanding by British critics as that of gun control. In the following interview with Piers Morgan, Nugent sounds off on a wide variety of topics. Although a colourful soundbite has been circulating, […]

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Don’t Be Afraid To Fail [Video]

June 4, 2012
Don’t Be Afraid To Fail [Video]

Late May and early June are the season for graduation speeches. Most of them keep you entertaied fro the duration of the ceremony and bow gracefully from memory shortly thereafter. Denzel Washington gave a graduation speech with some bare knuckles frankness. With lines like “You will suck at something” and “Don’t be afraid to fail.” […]

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Inspirational Words From Steve Jobs [Video]

April 28, 2012
Inspirational Words From Steve Jobs [Video]

Back in 2005,Steve Jobs had beaten pancreatic cancer. Despite numerous setbacks, Jobs took the road less traveled and created the right mix of marketing, ergonomic design and technology to change radically the world as we know it. There are a lot of different ways to tell the Steve Jobs story. Hearing in Steve Jobs’ own […]

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Three Letters From Teddy, An Inspirational Video [Video]

March 27, 2012
Three Letters From Teddy, An Inspirational Video [Video]

There are people who go to work, and people who have a mission, who use the potential of their job to touch the lives of others in a positive way. A good teacher can change the life of a child. The following video is called Three letters from Teddy . It is about a teacher […]

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Pat Condell Sounds of Islam [Video]

March 27, 2012
Pat Condell Sounds of Islam [Video]

There is a new double standard in which traditional religions such as orthodox Judaism and Christianity are silenced and marginalised, yet radical Islam is given a free pass to peddle misogyny, bigotry and violence towards non Muslims. From terrorism to involvement in prostitution rings, the mention of Islam is censored from news coverage, even when […]

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America Akbar! [Audio ]

March 26, 2012
America Akbar!  [Audio ]

  Gadi Adelman has come up with an interesting slogan in fighting radical Islam. With the slogan “America Akbar” he promotes his pro American anti Shaaria (as interpreted by the Anti American radicals) agenda with a light hearted yet informative program in which he interviews guests by telephone. Following is his most recent program, as […]

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Imagine No Flat Tires [Video]

February 21, 2012
Imagine No Flat Tires [Video]

Far too many times, I have had a flat tire, at the most inconvenient times.(Is it ever convenient?) The following video is of a humvee that has airless tires. It woud be so nice to never have to worry about flat tires. I hope they market this to the civilian public.

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The Seven Wonders of the World

February 20, 2012
The Seven Wonders of the World

The following story has appeared in numerous places on the internet. It is not an original piece of my composition, but one that I am reprinting. To the best of my knowledge, it is in the public domain. A group of students were asked to list what they thought were the present “Seven Wonders of […]

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Avoiding Being A Crime Victim: Some Safety Tips And Useful Facts (Advice From Convicted Rapists)

November 8, 2011
Avoiding Being A Crime Victim: Some Safety Tips And Useful Facts (Advice From Convicted Rapists)

The following is an article detailing facts and safety tips that can help a person avoid becoming a crime victim. Although many of the tips are specific to women, some pieces of advice apply to men as well. A common denominator in the prevention tips is the admonition to be aware of one’s surroundings. A […]

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A Look At Israel and Other Nations In International Law

October 24, 2011
A Look At Israel and Other Nations In International Law

Should Israel accept a two state solution? Is Israel wrong to blockade its enemies? The Canada Free Press explores how international law is applied to Israel and how it is applied to other nations. The difference is enlightening.

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Canada, Our Neighbour to the North

September 27, 2011
Canada, Our Neighbour to the North

  How much do we know about Canada, our Northern neighbour. They became independent from England in a manner markedly different from us, a fact which has shaped their history, outlook and politics. It is a country worth studying as a point of comparison. I was reading an article from Walrus magazine that talked about […]

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Pronouns as a Window to the Soul

September 19, 2011
Pronouns as a Window to the Soul

It makes perfect sense. If handwriting is a window to the soul, then perhaps grammar and choice of words can provide psychological insights as well.

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