Category Archives: education

A Girl’s Garden by Robert Frost

A NEIGHBOR of mine in the village Likes to tell how one spring When she was a girl on the farm, she did A childlike thing. One day she asked her father To give her a garden plot To plant … Continue reading

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Much Vs Many

Today’s Lunchbox Lesson: MANY vs MUCH MANY modifies things that CAN be counted (i.e., count nouns). MUCH modifies things that CANNOT be counted (i.e., mass nouns). In other words, “many” tends to modify plural nouns, and “much” tends to modify … Continue reading

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10 Cliffhangers That Make Readers Turn The Page

Have you read a book you feel compelled to carry on reading? You know the kind of book I’m talking about. You read it past your bedtime and during your lunch breaks. You read it because you want to not … Continue reading

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Tiny First Temple find could be first proof of aide to biblical King Josiah By Amanda Borschel-Dan

The ‘Natan-Melech/Eved Hamelech’ bulla found in the City of David. (Eliyahu Yanai, City of David) The ‘Ikkar Ben Matanyahu’ seal found in the City of David. (Eliyahu Yanai, City of David) Givati Parking Lot Excavations in the City of David. … Continue reading

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Socialism’s Bloody History Shows Millennials Should Think Twice Before Supporting It By Stella Morabito

Nikolai Bukharin was executed by shooting in Moscow on March 15, 1938. He had been revered as a giant of the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia, as one who even worked side by side with Vladimir Lenin himself. Alas, Bukharin’s Marxist chickens had … Continue reading

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Twelve Rules for the Bookish Life by Doug Sikkema

(Of course, the bookish life needs no rules.)   With gratitude for half a decade of service alongside the Comment team, and in particular for the mentorship and friendship of Brian Dijkema and Jamie Smith, two of the most bookish … Continue reading

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Today’s Literature Lesson by Peter Leavell

Grab your coat no matter the weather. You’re going to need it today for our research. We’re going to the Yukon, and we’re reading Jack London’s To Build a Fire. Public domain allows you to read the story free at … Continue reading

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