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Return To Normalacy?

In the 1920 Presidential Election in the United States, a corrupt and terribly incompetent man named Warren Harding won the election with a campaign which promised a return to normalacy. After years of censorship and propaganda and a bloody war, … Continue reading

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The Juggler’s Dilemma

I have never taken up juggling as a hobby, because I don’t feel I have great coordination and because I tend to focus too much on one ball at a time rather than trying to get the whole system of … Continue reading

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Bahraini, Jordanian and Yemeni Protesters Sing Familiar Tune

Stop me if you’ve heard this before:  a corrupt Arab nation run by a tight-knit clique that is a key U.S. ally in the Middle East faces a popular uprising by protesters unhappy about political and economic conditions.  I happen … Continue reading

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