Daily Archives: September 18, 2015

Non-Book Review: Jasper Tudor, Dynasty Maker

Jasper Tudor, Dynasty Maker, by Terry Breverton Although in general I am not the biggest fan of the Tudor family, the opportunity to read about one of the more obscure figures in history related to that family was too interesting … Continue reading

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What Made Nurses Unite?

Earlier this week, while my mind and time were occupied by various matters of religious and personal interest, the second-runner up for Miss America, Kelley Johnson of Colorado went against expectations and made her talent presentation a sentimental and heartfelt … Continue reading

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The Other Side Of The River: Part Two

Having discussed the personal and contemporary political matters of rivers as providing the potential for trade and communication that can nonetheless be inhibited by those seeking to wall themselves off from others [1], I would like to turn to a … Continue reading

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