Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Story of Two AJ’s

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The Prophet’s Cry– Part 1

The foundations of society were crumbling. The economic system was collapsing and the law selectively enforced. The religious leaders were more interested in financial gain than cultivating holiness. Evil was prevalent and righteousness suppressed. Sound familiar? This was the state … Continue reading

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Milton Friedman vs. Phil Donahue on Greed

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The Media and the Mob by Thomas Sowell

Those of us who admit that we were not there, and do not know what happened when Michael Brown was shot by a policeman in Ferguson, Missouri, seem to be in the minority. We all know what has happened since … Continue reading

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Ten Interesting Facts About World War I

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Review of Enduring Courage

In Enduring Courage: Ace Pilot Eddie Rickenbacker and the Dawn of the Age of Speed, John F. Ross skillfully tells the story of renowned World War I flying ace, Eddie Rickenbacker. Raised in a poor immigrant family in Ohio, Eddie … Continue reading

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Review of Miracle in A Dry Season

In Susan Loudin Thomas’ debut novel, Miracle in a Dry Season, Perla arrives in Wise, West Virginia, with her young daughter, Sadie, to escape a checkered past and make a fresh start. Her future seems doomed from the start as … Continue reading

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