Captive State

20 Mar 19
First Salary of Women

Women of our country have always been absolutely inspirational and fierce. The Fair & Lovely Career Foundation always strives to encourage women from different fields to excel in what they do and create an identity for themselves. Aspiring women can look up on the website and get career guidance and also take free online courses […]

20 Mar 19
Barriers faced by women

Women of our country have always been absolutely inspirational and fierce. The Fair & Lovely Career Foundation always strives to encourage women from different fields to excel in what they do and create an identity for themselves. Aspiring women can look up on the website and get career guidance and also take free online courses […]

20 Mar 19
Salve Regina

        My heart is stirred by a noble theme as I recite my verses for the king; my tongue is the pen of a skilful writer. You are the most excellent of men and your lips have been anointed with grace, since God has blessed you forever. Daughters of kings are among […]

20 Mar 19
A True Christian Is...

Reparations money for Blacks?  No.  Sorry.  But, no. Here’s what some want: What Are Reparations and Why Are They a Hot Ticket Item in 2020 … “Slavery is something the United States has never collectively confronted.” That’s a LIE.   It is LIES like that which make it difficult for some to see the truth […]

20 Mar 19

Striking a match with the movie By M.Schinke You Have To Choose A Side, OpinionNerds Outside of Netflix it seems like thrillers are a bit of a dying breed. They’re not action movies, they’re not horror movies, they typically don’t have big budgets to play with and they usually aren’t dumb enough to be flat […]

20 Mar 19
Extra Life

Introduction Originally codenamed the Revolution, the Wii was to be Nintendo’s entry in the seventh console generation. While Microsoft’s Xbox 360 and Sony’s PlayStation 3 console focused on providing players with high-definition experiences, Nintendo opted to go in a different direction. Rather than appealing to the existing gaming fanbase, they sought to make their console […]

20 Mar 19
International Education News

Before sharing this month’s Lead the Change, we want to share that the Educational Change SIG has also recently begun a new series, the Doctoral Corner, featuring interviews with current doctoral students. This month’s issue features Alexandra Lamb. We will occasionally feature the Doctoral Corner here on International Ed News. Scott McLeod An Associate Professor of […]

20 Mar 19
Ink Heist

The Homecoming by Andrew Pyper Book Review by Shane Douglas Keene “Where does the path lead after it ends?” One of the remarkable things about Andrew Pyper is that, like Josh Malerman, his brain is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’ll get–yes I did just use a Forrest Gump reference–but if […]

20 Mar 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

HONG KONG — Vladimir Lenin. Mao Zedong. And now: a giant reptile. Vietnam has embalmed a turtle that many saw as a symbol of the country’s independence and longevity until its death in 2016, the state-run news media reported. The move catapults the animal, known as Cu Rua, or Great-Grandfather Turtle, into an elite club […]

20 Mar 19
SEASIDEMOVIEDAYS

As we march into another cinematic season, how much longer will that heroic Captain Marvel save our vast movie universe? Can the cast of Captive State find freedom in their confined community? Will the occupants within Hotel Mumbai find the greatest movie meaning? Might a meaningful trip to that fun and freeing Wonder Park offer […]

20 Mar 19
Rose Hammer

These are the characters we are working on for our first National Episode, Grini’s Futures: – Einar Gerhardsen – Prime minister 1945-’51, ’55-’63, ’63-’65. Det Norske Arbeiderparti (DNA). – Gunnar Jahn – Minister of finances, Venstre (V), and a member of the Norwegian Nobel Committee- Also worked for Statistics Norway (SSB), and served as Director […]

20 Mar 19
Russia News Now

Authored by Vanessa Beeley, As controversy rages over the alleged April 2018 Douma “chemical weapon attacks” that signaled the end of Jaish Al Islam’s occupation, life in the Syrian city gradually returns to peace and stability. The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons’ (OPCW) interim report and final report have thrown the Western media […]

20 Mar 19
Eclectic Orthodoxy

It is natural for us to be drawn to the Supreme Good but our progression must begin with a descent into the abyss of hell. St. Paul, having repented of his past, says of Christ: ‘Now that he ascended, what is it but that he also descended first into the lower parts of the earth? […]

20 Mar 19
NATION AND STATE

Authored by Vanessa Beeley, As controversy rages over the alleged April 2018 Douma “chemical weapon attacks” that signaled the end of Jaish Al Islam’s occupation, life in the Syrian city gradually returns to peace and stability. The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons’ (OPCW) interim report and final report have thrown the Western media […]