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Surpression Of Citizens

During a bit of research for my Thesis Paper, I decided to read about China’s neighbor, North Korea. What I read was at times fascinating, funny, sad, but most of all disturbing. A government ruled over by an all powerful … Continue reading

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Gandhi and Punk Rock

Were Gandhi alive today, would he be interested in punk rock? Perhaps the music itself would repel him; it isn’t very much like traditional Indian music, and its intensity is not for everyone. However, he would probably be interested by … Continue reading

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Nicaraguan Revolution

Recently, I took a vacation to Nicaragua. It was purely a rest-and-relaxation trip, but while I was there, I did learn a bit about the Nicaraguan Revolution, an event that spanned much of the 1980’s, and turned Nicaragua against the … Continue reading

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Les Miserables

On Friday, I went to see Les Miserables. Make fun if you want, but I loved it. The songs were moving, the visuals were spectacular, and the acting was great. However, perhaps the most interesting thing about the movie was … Continue reading

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Teenagers in the Revolution

One thing about the revolution that neither the book nor Dr. Korfhage has addressed is the role of teenagers in the American Revolution. As a teenager myself, I have to wonder what young colonist adults did during the Revolution. What … Continue reading

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Innocence of Muslims

After the murder of Ambassador Stevens, foreign policy once again became a hot-button issue in the United States. Combined with a controversial anti-Islam video, Obama is now forced to once again make decisions concerning the Middle East. According to Peter … Continue reading

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