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Audiobook Review: Great Courses: The Terror Of History: Part 2

Great Courses:  The Terror Of History:  Part 2, taught by Professor Teofilo F. Ruiz I must admit that I did not enjoy this part of the course as much as the first course, although there were at least some elements … Continue reading

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Book Review: A History Of Scandinavia

A History Of Scandinavia:  Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, & Iceland, by T.K. Derry Do you like 400 page long history books about Scandinavia from the 1970’s that are written from a left-wing politically biased point of view?  If so, this … Continue reading

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How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria

I have watched with a fair amount of grim dissatisfaction the drama surrounding the Alabama Senate race which is pitting Judge Roy Moore against someone else.  Honestly, I don’t know who he is running against, and I couldn’t be bothered … Continue reading

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Book Review: Land Of Lincoln

Land Of Lincoln:  Adventures In Abe’s America, by Andrew Ferguson As someone who reads a great deal of books about Abraham Lincoln, it is pretty clear that I would likely fall into the category of being a buff, as this … Continue reading

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Book Review: When A Nation Forgets God

When A Nation Forgets God:  7 Lessons We Must Learn From Nazi Germany, by Erwin W. Lutzer [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Moody Publishers.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] This book lives up to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Redefining Truth

Redefining Truth:  Delusions Of Replacing God And Calling Evil Good, by David Fiorazo [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Aneko Press.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] This book ought to be red meat in the … Continue reading

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Audiobook Review: Great Courses: The Early Middle Ages: Part One

Great Courses:  The Early Middle Ages:  Part One, by Professor Philip Daileader As someone who is particularly fond of the early middle ages despite its obscurity and the lack of historical source material [1], I found this course to be … Continue reading

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In Defense Of The Juggalo

Who is a juggalo and why am I speaking in his (or her) defense?  Although some of my readers may be familiar with juggalos as an organized group, many may not, as the term identifies those who are fans of … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Lost Art Of Real Cooking

The Lost Art Of Real Cooking:  Rediscovering The Pleasures Of Traditional Food One Recipe At A Time, by Ken Albala and Rosanna Nafziger One can tell even from the title, if one is a perceptive reader, that this is the … Continue reading

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Album Review: The Legendary Christine Perfect Album

The Legendary Christine Perfect Album, by Christine McVie There are several ironies about this album from the title alone.  For one, Christine Perfect (her maiden name) would not be the name by which she would become legendary, which was Christine … Continue reading

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