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The #FirstFolio: The Book That Gave Us Shakespeare

The #FirstFolio: The Book That Gave Us Shakespeare

The First Folio: The Book That Gave Us Shakespeare SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5 – SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2016 The First Folio of Shakespeare, published in 1623, is one of the most famous books in the world—and for good reason. Published seven years after Shakespeare’s death, the First Folio was the first collected edition of William Shakespeare’s plays. […]

Fearfully!

Fearfully!

http://kwotable.com/2016/08/15/trumpo-calypse/ If one is at all attuned to American politics in November 2016, one will have heard the assertion – “I’m voting for change!” or some variation thereon. This statement is often as explanatory, but it is absurd. No reasonable and sensible citizen hopes, or works, or votes “for change.” People hope and work and […]

By November 4, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Deceitful Don and his “Rigged Election Con”

Deceitful Don and his “Rigged Election Con”

  Monterey County Weekly “When it comes to voting rights, Democrats push voter protection while Republicans shout voter fraud in a crowded polling place. Democrats think anyone who can vote should vote; Republicans think everyone who should vote can vote.” Christine Pelosi “The documented incidences of voter fraud are very rare, yet throughout the country, forces […]

By October 28, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
One Liberal’s Principles

One Liberal’s Principles

    https://twitter.com/flameoftruth John Quincy Adams gave the sound advice that regardless of whether a person is with the majority or in a minority of one, every vote should be cast in accordance with one’s principles. For by doing that, one can have the assurance no vote is ever wasted. In these troubled times, it’s hard […]

By October 26, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
History’s Rising Star

History’s Rising Star

Atlanta writer Hunter S. Jones, never imagined that leaving the world of fiction for historical writing would put her in the spotlight. The best-selling author of Phoenix Rising saw that her history based articles were attention grabbers.   “I dusted off my History Degree and took the dive into history’s mosh pit earlier this year,” she said. […]

A Bebe Bollinger Murder Mystery

A Bebe Bollinger Murder Mystery

Fading celebrity Bebe Bollinger is on the wrong side of fifty and dreaming of a return to the limelight. When a TV show offers the chance of a comeback, Bebe grabs it with both hands – not even a lazy agent, her embarrassing daughter, irritating neighbours or a catastrophic snowfall will derail her moment of […]

Desperately Seeking Sixty-Nine

Desperately Seeking Sixty-Nine

Don’t have time to sit and read in silence. How about a lunch time listening to an audio book? Look no futher. The year is 1969. Though there is war and unrest in the world, on August 15th, on a farm in upstate New York, a little concert will go down in history as the […]

The Red Rose and The White #Tudors

The Red Rose and The White #Tudors

Although Henry Tudor’s victory over Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth in October 1483 won him the Kingdom of England by right of conquest there were plenty of English nobles and Yorkist claimants to the throne who remained discontented by what they saw as his weak Lancastrian right to kingship.  Henry Tudor needed a […]

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