Cold War

25 Jun 19
What's on Netflix

Stranger Things season 3 is only mere days away from release! After such a long delay between the second and third season naturally you may need a refresher on the story so far. So let us help you with that. Below we have the full recap of seasons 1 and 2 along with what we […]

25 Jun 19
O Society

  The New York Times casually acknowledges it sends major scoops to the US government before publication, to make sure “national security officials” have “no concerns.” By Ben Norton Grayzone edited by O Society June 25, 2019 The New York Times publicly acknowledges it sends some of its stories to the US government for approval […]

25 Jun 19
National Post

GENEVA — The Marshall Islands is literally struggling to stay above water but its President Hilda Heine told Reuters she had saved her breath rather than try to persuade U.S. President Donald Trump to hear its climate change message. Heine met Trump at the White House last month, along with the presidents of Palau and […]

25 Jun 19
Cold Southern Steel

Protest in Illinois Legislature on Slavery March 3, 1837 The following protest was presented to the House, which was read and ordered to be spread on the journals, to wit: “Resolutions upon the subject of domestic slavery having passed both branches of the General Assembly at its present session, the undersigned hereby protest against the […]

25 Jun 19
Backpacking Europe Sample Itineraries

York, England I use the following rating system to describe the sights: ▲▲▲ Don’t Miss, ▲▲Try hard to see, ▲Worthwhile if you can make it Today, visit the ▲▲▲ York Minster. This is York’s pride and joy, and one of England’s finest churches. The York Minster has stunning stained-glass windows, textbook decorated Gothic design, and glorious evensong […]

25 Jun 19
TantalizingTomatoTarts

The 60’s and the 70’s were periods of economic boom and cultural revolution that paved the way for the reshaping of America on all levels. We found ourselves involved in a proxy-war in Vietnam, supporting and fighting for one side while the Soviet Union supported the other. It was a war most Americans did not want, and […]

25 Jun 19
PP's BookShelf

Not all fairy tales are sweet. Some fairy tales are dirty, sexy, and completely untamed. Total Surrender, an all-new steamy standalone from New York Times bestselling author Erika Wilde is available now! How far would you go to make the man that destroyed your family pay? Maddux Wilder is a man consumed, a beast in […]

25 Jun 19

Here are some pronunciations that I have heard all my life. All git out: Everything else, as “Those rowdy boys are noisier than all git out.” Ambeer: Chewing tobacco juice, as “Joe swallowed so much ambeer it made him sick.” Arn: Press, as “Homer says Mabel uses too much starch when she arns his shirts.” […]

25 Jun 19
Historical Adventures!

Just a couple of notes for those that are still currently in school and are studying history in year 10 and 11. A couple of books that it would be right to purchase: CGP GCSE History (9-1 exams) Complete Revision and Practice Includes free online edition – £10.99 – Covers Health and Medicine in Britain, […]

25 Jun 19
Georgia Newman Film Studies

Websites I have used and Quoted From: http://darkdwarf5.tripod.com/belowthechickencoop/id66.html https://www.britannica.com/event/Cold-War https://www.history.com/topics/cold-war   Cold War   1947-1991 “The Cold War rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Union lasted for decades and resulted in anti-communist suspicions and international incidents that led the two superpowers to the brink of nuclear disaster.” “Cold War, the open yet restricted […]

25 Jun 19
BREATHE: Michelle Garren Flye

A few days ago, I visited the Grand Canyon. I wasn’t even sure I wanted to go, even if it was on my bucket list. The Grand Canyon is a bit of a challenge for someone with even a mild fear of heights, and I definitely have at least that. But I found once I […]