White Chapel

20 Jul 19
Martian Gardens

Martian Gardens Episode 984 Recorded at Max’s home studio, Amherst, Massachusetts July 23, 2019 Contact Max Shea: martiangardensmax@gmail.com  (or just leave a comment below) Listen: Where and When Valley Free Radio WXOJ 103.3 FM radio4all.net Taint Radio Hour 1 SINGLE PLAY Judith Shatin: Three Summers Heat– a. Just Now the Sea-Green Banners Fly (2:09) b. […]

20 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

<! – -> The Bowood House in Wiltshire County is surrounded by 809 acres of parkland open since 1975. English turf, precisely trimmed shrubs, flowers, including 1500 fragrant rose bushes alone, visitors can marvel at on a walk. The family, the Marquis and the Marchioness of Lansdowne, live in the east wing. Photos: Sandra Niedermaier […]

20 Jul 19
Brexit Compliance News

After a public vote in 2016, the United Kingdom voted by a narrow margin to leave the European Union. While Brexit hasn’t officially happened yet, such a move will likely have impacts on the entire globe.Special to the Daily Ever since British voters opted to leave the European Union in June 2016, “Brexit” has been […]

19 Jul 19
American Intelligence Media

Kamala Harris is supporting reparations for slavery—specifically African slavery—in a cynical attempt to elicit African-American votes.

She is not even qualified to seek votes for the Presidency since she is not a natural born citizen. She was born to foreign students in the U.S. and does not meet the Constitutional requirements. Constitutional attorney Larry Klayman just made this case quite clearly.

Her reparations argument is equally fallacious since she ignores her own family heritage. Hamilton Brown’s enslavement of black, white and brown slaves was horrific and unrepentant.

Perhaps Kamala should first make reparations for the crimes of her own family.

19 Jul 19
Monetary Mentor

Colors: Black + White Paper Price: $53.31 (as of 7/20/2019) Arena Wildcard Price: 3 mythic, 22 rare, 26 uncommon, 5 common MTGO Price: $10.37 Rotates: 10/4/2019 It’s time for a pet deck of mine! Full disclosure, this deck started off as a “well, I’ve opened four copies of Mausoleum Secrets in Arena, let’s see if […]

19 Jul 19
Arcynewsy

Johannes Tuchel heads the Memorial of German Resistance and is Professor of Political Science at the Free University of Berlin. If a large number of events and publications are commemorated in these days on the 75th anniversary of July 20, 1944, then this is more than a reference back to an event that has now […]

19 Jul 19
Lauren's Grand Tour

Last night we slept better than we have this whole trip. But, before that, Rome managed to pull us out for one more adventure. It was 7:30 pm. Kaitlyn and I were already huddled up in bed (I know, embarrassing) but then we heard the sound of an electric cello outside. If you know me, […]

19 Jul 19
Sport Archives

Johannes Tuchel heads the Memorial of German Resistance and is Professor of Political Science at the Free University of Berlin. If a large number of events and publications are commemorated in these days on the 75th anniversary of July 20, 1944, then this is more than a reference back to an event that has now […]

19 Jul 19
Lystria Hurley Blog

Taken from different Journal Entries: This is my second GO (Global Outreach) trip with Fordham University. I don’t know if its because I am more mature or more aware of my race and what its representation means but being here has evoked many thoughts and feelings. At St. Francis of Assisi We attended mass at […]

19 Jul 19
Swim Ninja

Watch the livestream here Since the NVSL was established in 1956 there have been numerous teams that contended for league championships, creating rivalries that blossomed, thrived, and eventually died down. Over the years, different pools rose to the top and made division 1 their temporary home, setting their sights on the ultimate prize: a league […]

19 Jul 19
A Newbie in Norway

I can’t leave the topic of Midsummer in Finland without briefly describing our breakneck tour of Helsinki.  And that a head’s up for my readers; this post is all about architecture and design, baby!  As the photo above suggests, Finland’s capital feels like a big city masquerading as a small town.  The immense sky dwarfs […]

19 Jul 19
RevGalBlogPals

Sitting in front of fans and air conditioning units, our bloggers are digging deep within for wisdom.  While many of us want to flop on the couch with beach books, or are now finding ourselves in mid-winter, depending on where we live, our bloggers are mining the depths for unexpected gems of wisdom. The body […]

19 Jul 19
Backpacking Europe Sample Itineraries

Les Baux Provence France Day 22 Sample Itinerary I use the following rating system when ranking the sights: ▲▲▲ Don’t Miss ▲▲ Try hard to see ▲ Worthwhile if you can make it   The hilltop town of Les Baux crowns the rugged Alpilles (ahl-pee) mountains, evoking a tumultuous medieval history. Here, you can imagine the struggles of a strong community that lived a rough-and-tumble life—thankful more for their […]

19 Jul 19
John Tanner's Barbecue Blog

How do you cure a barbecue hangover, the kind you get when you’ve spent Independence Day cooking about 50 pounds of pork butts over coals and hickory, and eating far more than your share of it (not to mention brisket)?  Why, you use the classic hangover cure: hair of the dog that bit you. That’s […]