Daily Archives: April 2, 2016

Famous Last Words: Sisera

So far, the people we have looked at for their famous last words have been among the most noble personages in the Bible [1]. That said, although Sisera’s last words are far shorter than that of the others, and he … Continue reading

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Book Review: Solutions: 2016

Solutions: 2016, by The Heritage Foundation [Note: I received this book freely from The Heritage Foundation, without obligation to post a review on it.] As a fairly wonkish person of generally conservative political inclinations, this wonkish book from conservative think-tank … Continue reading

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Non-Book Review: John De Courcy: Prince Of Ulster

John De Courcy: Prince Of Ulster, by Steve Flanders When I requested this book from the De Re Militari for my next read, I was pleasantly surprised to see this book looked much smaller than I had thought. Being used … Continue reading

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