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The Black Count: Glory Revolution Betrayal, and the Real Count of Monte Cristo by Tom Reiss

Sometimes fact is stranger than fiction and no where is that more thoroughly proven than in this book about the life of General Alex Dumas. 715 more words


Health or Jobs?

A recent news report about the reaction of some officials in Alabama to the EPA’s new standards for carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants [ 241 more words


jameswcushing reblogged this on judicialsupport and commented:

Ken Kastle is a parishioner with me at our church St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church in Abington, PA. He writes a blog called “Looking at Things Through My Eyes.” Mr. Kastle has had a long career in education and often views his politics as I do, so I often find his blog posts compelling. Below is one of the posts to his blog, enjoy!

Uncle Carl - Part 2

So – Great-Uncle Carl Bobzin served in the Army during World War I and at some point around this time he decided to change his name to Robert K. 532 more words



Ken writes:

Despite being a fairly middle of the road sort of person politically speaking, I sometimes get a bee in my bonnet about things. I’m tagging this post ‘Red Ken’. 378 more words


mad! Again.

He drives me mad at times. Things have been good … really good for the last couple of weeks. Then for some awkward reason he started to act weird on Monday. 391 more words