Daily Archives: August 4, 2019

The Mysterious Case Of The Sabbath Homeless Altercation

During the course of Sabbath services this afternoon, my mother sent me two messages about a mysterious altercation involving some homeless people that happened right outside the location where the Tampa congregation of my church organization has their church services … Continue reading

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Book Review: Conquered Into Liberty

Conquered Into Liberty:  Two Centuries Of Battle Along The Great Warpath That Made The American Way Of War, by Eliot A. Cohen As a student of the American way of war, I must admit that I found this particular book … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Thirty Year’s War: Europe’s Tragedy

The Thirty Year’s War:  Europe’s Tragedy, by Peter H. Wilson This book is a thorough volume in dealing with the Thirty Year’s War, a conflict which has always interested me but where the historiography tends to be heavily slanted towards … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mother Courage And Her Children

Mother Courage And Her Children, by Bertolt Brecht, translated by Tony Kushner If this play is the best known of Brecht’s works at present, there is a good reason for that.  This play is a deeply tragic one that depends … Continue reading

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