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BREAKING: Dutch "Jew soap" results are in, but censored till after Liberation Day

The Dutch antiquities vendor who caused international stir in early March over offering alleged “Jew soap” on a Dutch advertising site called Marktplaats, has confirmed to me that the forensic test results are in. 207 more words


Seeing the World Through a Practical Lens

I could only have become an applied anthropologist. I recognize the value of theory and use it, but an academic life is not for me. Professionally, I’m a pretty practical person (don’t ask my mom about my practicality in my personal life, though). 261 more words

I reported Judge Grendell to the proper authorities

I am what is known as a whistle blower.

I reported the corruption of Judge Timothy Grendell to the proper authorities, the FBI, the US Department of Justice, the County Prosecutor, and more.   1,452 more words


April 2015 Reads

Over my winter break, I read The Red Tent  for a book club that my English class from senior year of high school put together. It was a strange feeling, reading for fun, and it reminded me of how much I love reading. 476 more words


Just One of the Boys on the Bus

The Boys on the Bus was Timothy Crouse’s exposé of the pervasive pack mentality among journalists covering the 1972 presidential election, chronicling how the top political reporters of the time rode across the country by charter bus following… 690 more words

It Shouldn't Matter if He is a He or a She........

Like most of America, I watched the Bruce Jenner interview on 20/20.  I was touched by the level of emotion he felt at disclosing his life-long secret.   707 more words

Local and State Handouts

If the Federal Government is giving you money, it is to get you to do something that they cannot force you to do. Once you take the bait, it’s all over you are at the Fed’s bidding. 23 more words