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Lifestyle
by Marlando
4 years ago
Cops and the Law: The Good, Bad and Ugly

Cops and the Law: The Good Bad and Ugly is an article you should read if you are one who thinks about the aspects of society that can and should be changed. You may be shocked, you may not be but you will probably see life a little differently.

History
by Marlando
7 years ago
The Decade of Fury and Fascination, those Incredible 1960s

In this world of constant conflict, massive human hunger, self-serving governments and Darwinistic business practices; of noise and chaos there arrived a primal howl from the country’s youth for a more peaceful, loving world. That youth would be called the flower children but would evolve into the more politicalized hippies. It would be the hippies of those ragged years of outrage and outcries who were destined to change the world.

History
by egdcltd
8 years ago
Wild Western Women: Calamity Jane

Martha Jane Cannary, better known as Calamity Jane, was perhaps the West's best known female colorful character. During the course of her life she worked as a prostitute, an Indian scout, and performed in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. The legend she left behind includes many exaggerations and outright lies; sorting fact from fiction in the life of Calamity Jane is difficult.

Lifestyle
by Brockett
8 years ago
Religion and its Place in Pragmatic Thinking: A Comparison Among the Primary Philosophies of William James and Richard Rorty

Views on religious pragmatism started with William James' book The Will to Believe and moved progressively from there (Davis, 2008, p. 77). Now different views on religious pragmatism are fought out in books and articles by pragmatists. This paper will examine the primary views of William James and Richard Rorty, with regards to other pragmatists such as Cornell West, John Dewey and Charles Pierce to compare and contrast views on religion in pragmatism.

Beauty
by egdcltd
3 years ago
8 Great: Black Women to Celebrate

History has left women bereft of a true sense of place in many cases.  None are as undervalued in the United States today as women of African descent.  There are, however, many truly talented, intelligent, and courageous black women who should be remembered and celebrated for their achievements.  

Lifestyle
by egdcltd
8 years ago
Billy The Kid

Folk hero, legend, killer of 21 men before he reached the age of 21?  Or, in reality, an adenoidal moron, a lucky bastard whose luck finally ran out?  The complete picture of the man/boy known more infamously today as Billy The Kid will likely never be clearly drawn.

History
by egdcltd
7 years ago
Bad Man of the "Bounty" Mutiny, Fletcher Christian

History and pop culture can be at odds many times with respect to an event or a certain historic figure.  The name "Bligh" conjures up images of an abusive, megalomaniac British naval captain of the "Mutiny on the Bounty" infamy.  However, it was not Bligh, the commanding officer of "HMS Bounty", who was the wrongdoer in the events leading to the well-known mutiny.  It was the spoiled dilettante, Fletcher Christian, who was the true villain of the "Bounty" Mutiny.

Business & Money
by Joey Batz
5 years ago
Dividend Growth Investing Part 2: How to Pick Dividend Stocks

Last time we spoke about dividend growth investing, I said I would show you how to pick dividend stocks. Well I'm here to show you exactly how I do it. In this article, we will take a stock an analyze it together.

Lifestyle
by egdcltd
6 years ago
Ruth Ellis' Last Stand: Britain's Final Female Execution

Ruth Ellis, the last woman executed in Britain before it abolished capital punishment, was a bleached-blonde party-girl.  Her crime, shooting her lowlife boyfriend to death was, was not very interesting or unique. The only reason Ruth Ellis' execution is remembered today is simply this: she was pretty. And pretty people make for better copy.

History
by Marlando
7 years ago
Georgia O'Keeffe: A Fresh Look

A Fresh Look at Gerogia O'Keeffe is a delving into the artist's life in order to delve into her masterful art. As an ex-art reviewer I can say that most art can be understood by looking at the canvas, paper or board it has been painted on.Not true with Georgia O'Keeffe--to understand her art one mucst first understand the woman--I've attempted to make this possible in this article. If you're an art lover, you ought to like this piece. I do--not because I wrote it but because it is about a most amazing human being.

Lifestyle
by fx2922
10 years ago
We are what we believe all the day long

When changing our minds is necessary for bringing healing into our lives:
Many have said that the human mind is very powerful and that it is able to bring positive or negative results into our lives according to the way we think. One wise philosopher wrote, "there is no good...

Lifestyle
by Marlando
6 years ago
A Most Unexpected History of Early America

A Most Unexpected History of America is indeed,a journey into a most thought-provking and often shocking past. While the text covers the historic roads well traveled, it is the "side trips" that promises to intrigue and excite you. It is a longer piece, packed with pictures, so poor a glass of wine or cup of coffee, lean back and enjoy...

Lifestyle
by egdcltd
8 years ago
Mata Hari: Truth & Lies

Mata Haris' life as an adventuress ended before a French firing squad in October 1917. Controversies about her life continue to the present.

Lifestyle
by egdcltd
6 years ago
Final Serial Murders of 10 Rillington Place

By 1950, Reg Christie had gotten away with killing at least four people and was responsible for the conviction and execution of his upstairs neighbor, Tim Evans, for a murder Tim had not committed.  In the final stretch, Christie, after killing his wife, went on a murderous spree, killing one woman a month during the first three months of 1953.

Lifestyle
by egdcltd
6 years ago
Timothy John Evans & The Serial Murders of 10 Rillington Place

John Reginald Halliday Christie had killed two women in the early 1940s, burying their remains in his back yard. He got lucky in late 1949 when murdering the wife and infant daughter of a mildly retarded man, Tim Evans. He managed to manipulate Evans into confessing to the killings (though Evans hadn't committed them). Christie was never a suspect-as a former Special Constable he was believed beyond reproach. Tim Evans was convicted and executed for serial killer Christie's crimes.

Health
by SparkyStar
5 years ago
What Good Posture Can Do For You

Ways to improve your posture and banish pain for good.

Health
by IBOriginals
6 years ago
22 Habits of Unhappy People

It is my experience that the more positive habits you have in your life, the more emotional happiness you will experience.  Instead of telling you things you should do to make increase your emotional satisfaction, I've created a list of bad habits you should try to correct.  Not only will they make you happier, they will also make you a better person.

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