Daily Archives: October 7, 2019

Liveblogging The Trip To The Feast Of Tabernacles: Part One

12:16PM:  It may seem a bi early for some of you to be thinking about this, but some of us begin our travels to the Feast of Tabernacles quite early.  Today I will be beginning my trip to the Feast … Continue reading

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Problems In Projection

It is a sad fact that our contemporary political world is at the space where an understanding of projection becomes the most obvious way to understand the behavior of various would-be political elites.  Today I would like to talk about … Continue reading

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Book Review: Borderland

Borderland:  A Journey Through The History Of Ukraine, by Anna Reid This book was a fascinating one, but one that is likely to upset a great many people who have a vested interest in the history of Ukraine as a … Continue reading

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Book Review: Stalin’s Genocides

Stalin’s Genocides, by Norman M. Naimark It is an odd thing to read a small set of personal essays about a subject like Stalin’s genocides.  Indeed, the subject of Stalin’s genocides is a contentious one because of the way that … Continue reading

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Book Review: Ukraine

Opposing Viewpoints:  Ukraine, edited by Michael Ruth In reading this book I became quickly aware of how biased I was as a reader.  To be sure, the fact that I have a marked pro-Ukrainian bias as opposed to a pro-Russian … Continue reading

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