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Luca Conti Luca Conti's blog:

Raccontare il cambiamento climatico

Recensione e critica di due libri che, ognuno a modo suo, cercano di sensibilizzare l’opinione pubblica sul tema del cambiamento climatico.


https://newrepublic.com/article/153505/case-climate-alarmism-nathaniel-rich-david-wallace-wells-review


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Published on April 19, 2019 09:50
Don Bradley Don Bradley's blog:

Our Spiritual World: ALL AT THE SAME TIME, Passover 2019

Our Spiritual World: ALL AT THE SAME TIME, Passover 2019: Passover and spiritual Timings by Don Bradley The Passover was an event in history when the Hebrew slaves in Egypt, after suffering sla...



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Published on April 19, 2019 06:56
Henry  Brown Henry Brown's blog:

Books of the Year

There are more books than ever available that don’t completely conform to the cultural Marxist agenda, and the CLFA has an annual election to determine the best of the year. I’ve read two of these books and have reviewed them here. Links to those two, which I recommend, are below.


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Published on April 19, 2019 08:18
T.L. Gray T.L. Gray's blog:

The Importance of Setting Goals



I just can’t do it. I can’t be the kind of person that lives by the seat my pants and plan to have a bat in my hand to take a swing at all the objects life wants to throw at me. YES, there will always come an unexpected obstacle, and we should ALWAYS be ready and willing to be spontaneous, but t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2019 03:43
Hemant Mehta Hemant Mehta's blog:

Even Poisoning Your Own Child Can Be Justified With the Right Bible Verses

This is why laws should never be based on the Bible.
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Published on April 19, 2019 17:00
Stuart Aken Stuart Aken's blog:

The #Write #Words? Post 7

Looking at Onomatopoeia and Metaphor, Simile, Collective Nouns, and my Delusional Dictionary. For definitions of those, click here to read the introductory post to the series.…
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Published on April 19, 2019 10:11
Robert Stacy McCain Robert Stacy McCain's blog:

Friday Fiction: 100 Word Challenge

by Smitty I got accused of “hot mom privilege” today by Timmy today. He’s a year older than me. Last week Billy stayed over and we were up all night playing Halo Wars 2 and mom came down in the basement in her nightgown to tell us to turn the game off and get some […]
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Published on April 19, 2019 19:14
Edward F. Group III Edward F. Group III's blog:

Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide: Top Uses, Benefits, & More

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You’re probably familiar with hydrogen peroxide and know it can be used to whiten teeth, sterilize a cut, or as a mouthwash. However, do you know about food grade hydrogen peroxide?



Watch below or read on to learn about the basics, benefits, and uses of food grade hydrogen peroxide.







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What Is Food Gr...

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Published on April 19, 2019 08:00
Bruce DeSilva Bruce DeSilva's blog:

High Praise for “Down to the River” Crime Fiction Anthology

[image error]Thriller writer Jon Land praised Down to the River — a new anthology that includes a short story by Patricia and me — in his book review column for The Providence Journal:


“The splendid anthology “Down to the River” (Down & Out Books, 242 pages, $15.95), edited by Tim O’Mara and w...

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Published on April 19, 2019 09:21
John W. Loftus John W. Loftus's blog:

Can’t Christians Find a Better Religion?

God himself might not forgive their nasty history The Methodist Church in rural Indiana that I attended as a kid was not too many notches above Quaker simplicity. There were modest stained glass windows, but the only other art, above the altar, was the famous Warner Sallman portrait of Jesus. The... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2019 07:44
Simon Jenkins Simon Jenkins's blog:

What makes a great place to live? Answer: it’s not a shopping plaza | Simon Jenkins

Hipster watering holes in formerly run-down neighbourhoods are the new cathedrals

The best place to live in Britain today is Salisbury. So says the Sunday Times. The Office for National Statistics disagrees. It says the best place is Farnborough. No, says the Royal Mail, it is Winchester. The Prov...

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Published on April 19, 2019 22:00
Tim Challies Tim Challies's blog:

What Gave Him Such Confidence?




When we sin against other people, our natural response is to distance ourselves from them. The naughty child who has defied her parents will look at the mess she has made, then slink away to her room. The church member who has spread gossip about another person will keep his distance the next Sun...

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Published on April 19, 2019 02:54
Raven Corinn Carluk Raven Corinn Carluk's blog:

#FridayFlash - Our Lady

I'm writing this on Monday evening, my time, when the main Notre Dame fire has been extinguished but the full extent of the damage has yet to be assessed. The pain is not one I can easily describe; the destruction of beauty is one of the only true evils that exist in this world. And to watch a pl... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2019 07:00
Delilah Devlin Delilah Devlin's blog:

Susan Boles: Brotherhood Protectors World and Cozy Mystery Connection

When I began writing in the Brotherhood Protectors World last year, I wanted to create characters and stories that would cross over into my cozy mystery series and yet still be romantic suspense.


So I came up with the concept of creating a case of younger characters who are related in some way, fa...

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Published on April 19, 2019 08:27
Nathan Burgoine Nathan Burgoine's blog:

Friday Flash Fics — Muse, Unamused

Today’s Friday Flash Fic is a picture I took last week in San Francisco. There’s this door on a street that’s just freaking awesome (there’s another right beside it that’s totally done in the same design of the snake-locked-door from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, too). Anyway, it’s a p...

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Published on April 19, 2019 05:56
Erika Dreifus Erika Dreifus's blog:

Friday Finds for Writers

Writing-related resources, news, and reflections to peruse over the weekend (and longer, if you need more time, since I'm embarking on a brief blogging hiatus).
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Published on April 19, 2019 05:00
Caroline Starr Rose Caroline Starr Rose's blog:

Classroom Connections: Sumo Joe by Mia Wenjen





age range: 3-6 years
topics: siblings; martial arts
Mia Wenjen’s website





Young readers will enjoy this spirited debut with insightful integration of cultural exploration.
— Kirkus





Please tell us about your book.





I had signed up for a picture book writing class at my local high school through adult e...

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Published on April 19, 2019 05:08
Marie Brennan Marie Brennan's blog:

New Worlds: Painting

I’m not sure why, but it turns out my last two posts about new Patreon essays going up failed to post as scheduled. My apologies for not noticing that! I’ll keep an eye on it this week and manually push it if I have to.


Anyway, this month we’re talking about art! Starting with a discussion of the...

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Published on April 19, 2019 12:35
Naomi Klein Naomi Klein's blog:

VIDEO: A Message From the Future with Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez

April 17th, 2019

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Video by Molly Crabapple





Today, The Intercept launches “A Message From the Future With Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez,” a seven-minute film narrated by the congresswoman and illustrated by Molly Crabapple. Set a couple of decades from now, it’s a flat-out reje... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 17, 2019 17:00
Jorge Candeias Jorge Candeias's blog:

Lido: O Patriota Improvável

E eis-nos de regresso às releituras. O Patriota Improvável (bibliografia) é um conto de história alternativa de Maria de Menezes que eu já tinha lido e comentado há quatro anos. Tão pouco tempo depois, é natural que não tenha absolutamente nada a acrescentar à opinião que aqui deixei então. Ou... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2019 09:40
Mickey Kaus Mickey Kaus's blog:

The Inspecting Our Own Meat Edition

Slate Money talks the Zoom and Pinterest IPOs, the CFPB, and Notre Dame.
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Published on April 19, 2019 23:02
Trace A. DeMeyer Trace A. DeMeyer's blog:

Too Burdensome to report or keep data on #ICWA (really?)

Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System (AFCARS) Notice of Proposed Rule Making. Again. Posted on April 19, 2019 by Kate Fort  Here.

We cannot currently track on a national level in any way how ICWA works, where children who are involved in ICWA cases are placed, what their outcomes... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2019 18:02
Chris Hedges Chris Hedges's blog:

‘Black Is Beautiful’: Identity, Pride and the Photography of Kwame Brathwaite

On an evening in the early 1950s on the corner of 125th and 7th Avenue in Harlem, two teenage brothers named Elombe Brath and Kwame Brathwaite stood in the crowd to hear Carlos Cooks speak about Pan-Africanism and the legacy of Marcus Garvey. Cooks’ message of black pride and a vibrant history da...

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Published on April 19, 2019 15:43
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