Liberty Of London

25 Apr 19
Christine Betts - WriterPainter

erhaps I am falling into that old trap, romanticising Paris. I am certain there was nothing romantic about the poverty, cold and early death.

25 Apr 19
Peace in Kurdistan

What next for Turkey and the Kurdish resistance after the local elections?  Date:Monday, 29 April 6pm Venue:Unite House, 128 Theobald Road, Holborn, London WC1X 8TN Erdoğan suffered a massive defeat during Turkey’s recent local elections, losing both his strongholds in Ankara and Istanbul as well as suffering defeats across the Kurdish regions with people rejecting […]

25 Apr 19
weehingthong

… 25 April 2019 .. Actions speak louder than words, Muhyiddin says after Johor sultan calls for ceasefire with Putrajaya https://t.co/lMMqEYXfpA — Malay Mail (@malaymail) April 25, 2019 KUALA LUMPUR, April 25 — Sultan Ibrahim Iskandar must stop interfering in the Johor state government to show the sincerity of his call today for civil discourse, […]

25 Apr 19
Saddlebagsally

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24 Apr 19
Random Scottish History

St Mark, evangelist [68?]. St Anianus, second bishop of Alexandria [86?]. St Phæbadius, bishop of Agen, after 392. St Manghold or Macallius, of Isle of Man, 6th century.   Died. – Torquato Tasso, Italian poet, 1595, Rome; James Hay, Earl of Carlisle, statesman, 1636; Dr Patrick Colquhoun, writer on police and social improvements, 1820.   […]

24 Apr 19
High School SCOTUS

Stephen Dillard has served on the Court of Appeals of Georgia since 2010, and in 2017 he was sworn in as its Chief Judge. You may know him from Twitter — when he is not dispensing wisdom about government and appellate law to his 15,000 followers, he is weighing in on the Oxford comma, Samford […]

24 Apr 19
Westminster at War

In 1933, Adolf Hitler became Chancellor of Germany. He and his Nazi Party rode to power on a wave of German despair at the state of their country, with crippling mass unemployment, extreme hardship, massive debt, and bitter internal divisions, crowned with the ever-conscious humiliations imposed by the Treaty of Versailles at the end of […]

24 Apr 19
Lingua Franca

Adventures of Italian Alumni  Two recent graduates from our Italian program wrote to share with us the places where language study has taken them since leaving Salem State. Cody Star Mulliner: Italian Minor-Psychology Major. She graduated in May 2018 and has been awarded a SITE (Study Intercultural Training Experience) scholarship for an eight-month internship (1st […]

24 Apr 19
The Vector

On April 11 Julian Assange, an Australian computer programmer and founder of the international freedom of information group WikiLeaks, was arrested in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London by the Metropolitan Police. Assange has been living in the Ecuadorian Embassy for the past seven years to avoid extradition to Sweden over charges of rape and molestation […]

24 Apr 19
Full-Spectrum Domino

[Previously appeared in the Winter 2015 issue of Ithaca Lit] The Panopticon has seen us through to a manageable set of social gestures. The elevator warbles a meretricious tune. The gas pump sells us Burpee-Pies. (There’s no profit at the nozzle anymore. All margins are in the convenience store.) The police are militarized and surly. […]

24 Apr 19
Old Ladys Musings

Wie sagte wohl schon Oscar Wilde… Wer Londons überdrüssig ist, der ist des Lebens überdrüssig….. Relativ spontan hatte sich mit einer Freundin ein Reisetermin gefunden, Flüge wurde gebucht, ein AirBnB in Islington fand sich auch. Nachdem wir beide schon mehrfach dort waren, haben wir uns bis auf das Victoria and Albert Museum, in dem leider […]

24 Apr 19
Al Jahom's Final Word

Latest polling over at Guido shows Raab and Boris as front-runners to be Tory leader, eclipsing all others. This is good news. Javid (foreigner), Hunt (insufferably smug and self-serving) and Gove (traitorous backstabber gone native in the eco-swamp) would all be very bad, as would any of the women (Truss keeps saying dumb feminist shit […]

24 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

0 The ruling revives questions about the death of a former Putin aide in DC WASHINGTON (AP) – On a misty November morning in 2015, a heavily drunk man appeared at dawn at the Dupont Circle Hotel, over $ 1,200 in cash for a ninth-floor penthouse suite and continued drinking. His bend continued throughout the […]