The Virtues

22 May 19
valerieeliotsmith

In March 2019, I came across a case which gave me cause for concern. It was a decision of the High Court of England and Wales concerning the identification of a claimant in a clinical negligence action. Outline The claimant suffered the trauma of a stillbirth as a direct result of the negligence of the […]

22 May 19
Literary Hub

The first time I workshopped a story at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop was a wholly violent experience, the aftershocks of which still pulse through my life. I had heard rumors both about the teacher and about the place in general. Before I came to the Writers’ Workshop, I was living in Wisconsin, studying science. A […]

22 May 19
qrhskeutika

Nous (UK: /naʊs/,[1] US: /nuːs/), sometimes equated to intellect or intelligence, is a term from classical philosophy for the faculty of the human mind necessary for understanding what is true or real. English words such as “understanding” are sometimes used, but three commonly used philosophical terms come directly from classical languages: νοῦς or νόος (from […]

22 May 19
Literary Hub

I’ve always felt it was the job of a good novel to dig in the dirt, which may be why the best ones always seemed to me to be the ones about women who were angry, sad, or just plain bad: women made reckless by ennui, women who resisted all the way, who failed to […]

22 May 19
Biggie's Big Blogs

Ahhhh The Word of God! It gets me on some level of holy high! Many say ”I find it hard to read the Word…” “I find it boring half way… My eyes get heavy and I sleep off!” God still loves you anyway! But you’ll never know how much unless you read how much he […]

22 May 19
Radio Free

There are few forms of consumption that match the depth of feeling brought to homeownership. Political and cultural expectation in Britain sets ownership as the ‘natural’ choice of all those who have the means to buy into it, realising for the owner the personal ideals of security and independence. In this idealised, and ideological, construction […]

22 May 19
Courier Management Systems

ERP Software : An Overview— Enterprise Resource Planning or ERP is nothing but a software generally used for management of business processes. The primary function of this software is to use a system of integrated applications for business management. The technology, service and human resources needed to manage the company itself are collectively given the […]

22 May 19
Murica Derp

Meghan “My Father” McCain blatantly owes her job, since that’s what we call such high-profile paid gas flows, to her father, Jump Cord Straight Talk Himself. It bears repeating from time to time that we never particularly needed either of these characters in our public life, or in the Navy (in the Navy). He brought […]

22 May 19
California Music Blog

A hope that’s tireless always finds it’s way to where it belongs. When you hope, you are the caller, and then matter’s not what is your hope and its shape, hope becomes a receiver. When you work for your hopes, you do as an endeavor, endeavor makes you a believer, and with enough faith, you […]

22 May 19
Wool City Rivals

This week marks the end of the end of the 2018/19 football season, one that ended much sooner as far as Bradford City AFC was concerned. Behind the scenes there is much that needs to be done to rebuild the club but changes are already underway. From an historical perspective it is astounding how badly […]

22 May 19
Radio Free

There are few forms of consumption that match the depth of feeling brought to homeownership. Political and cultural expectation in Britain sets ownership as the ‘natural’ choice of all those who have the means to buy into it, realising for the owner the personal ideals of security and independence. In this idealised, and ideological, construction […]

22 May 19
NATION AND STATE

Authored by Paul Craig Roberts, The rule of law has given way to law as a weapon in the hands of government… Everyone who is aware of the US government’s extraordinary criminal actions at home and abroad bears a heavy weight.  The millions of peoples murdered, maimed, orphaned, widowed, and displaced by gratuitous American military aggression […]

22 May 19
Ageing Well Torbay

By David Gledhill, Marketing and Communications Lead Ageing Well Torbay has been working hard to ensure that the over 50-year-old population of the bay has a voice that is heard in all the right places We feel very strongly that people are not part of the problem, but are part of the solution – they […]

22 May 19
The Diary of a Leicester Concert-goer

There were three reasons that I found this concert irresistible. Firstly, it featured Katya Apekisheva, a very fine pianist who has over the years been a frequent visitor to Leicester but mostly as a chamber music recitalist. Here was a chance to enjoy her prodigious talents again but as a concerto soloist in a late […]

22 May 19
Radio Free

There are few forms of consumption that match the depth of feeling brought to homeownership. Political and cultural expectation in Britain sets ownership as the ‘natural’ choice of all those who have the means to buy into it, realising for the owner the personal ideals of security and independence. In this idealised, and ideological, construction […]