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Guest Post: The Payroll Union's Paris of America

Pete David is a songwriter from Sheffield, who performs with the band, The Payroll Union. They have produced two EPs—Underfed & Underpaid and Your Obedient Servant… 2,207 more words

Guest Posts

From Walter White to Castle Black

Note: Spoilers follow for Game of Thrones.

Two years ago, after the stunning Breaking Bad episode “Ozymandias” first aired, George R.R. Martin wrote the following on his… 846 more words

Television

Left Behind

Banks and credit companies are, strictly speaking, the direct source of their illusory “income.” But considered more abstractly, it is their bosses who are lending them money.

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Politics

I Write Like

Curious about my style? I’m very fashionable. Well…that’s not exactly true because most of the time I chill out in sweats.

Buuut in terms of my writing style, I just found this site (link below) called I Write Like. 125 more words

Writing

The American Hut: Searching for Home Along the East Coast in the Early Nineteenth-Century*

Thoreau’s opinion of home, in his 1862 essay Walking, does not reside in the Edenic pastoral of the nineteenth-century British countryside; rather it follows a more archaic and less constructed tradition in the style of the American backwoodsman, as seen in the novels of James Fenimore Cooper: the founding father of American literature and of the historical novel. 600 more words

Essay

NJ Hall Of Fame Announces Its Latest Nominees

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — The latest New Jersey Hall of Fame nominees run from “Last of the Mohicans” author James Fenimore Cooper to “Daily Show” host Jon Stewart. 115 more words

News

Quote of the Day - March 8, 2015

“It is a governing principle of nature, that the agency which can produce most good, when perverted from its proper aim, is most productive of evil. 46 more words