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What the Battle of Waterloo teaches us about Euro...
The past few years have not been good for Anglo-German relations. The two countries have clashed repeatedly over the future of the European Union. A more robust London and a cautious – even appeasing...
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Whitehaven mementos up for sale
Published at 16:04, Wednesday, 27 August 2008 A TREASURE trove of Whitehaven mining memorabilia and rare pocket watches made in the town will go under the hammer in a fine art auction next...
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Amendment allows accused to choose judge, not jur...
If you’re accused of a felony and go to trial in North Carolina, a jury decides. For now. Jury trials are ingrained in American culture — and many no doubt recall a lack of trial by jury is one of...
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The Royal Marines' 350th Anniversary: 10 Interest...
The Royal Marines motto is: Per Mare, Per Terram, meaning By Sea, By Land(Reuters) Today marks the 350th anniversary of the Royal Marine Corps, or the Royal Marines, part of the Naval...
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Today in History, October 25th
Today in History, October 25th Today is Saturday, Oct. 25, the 298th day of 2014. There are 67 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Oct. 25, 1954, a meeting of President Dwight...
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The Strangest Family: The Private Lives of George...
The prince’s mother, Queen Caroline, had also fantasised about her unlucky son’s premature demise. Hanover family relations were never uncomplicated … so, when
came to the throne in 1760,...
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Hollow Justice and Courts of Order in an Age of G...
Hollow Justice and Courts of Order in an Age of Government-Sanctioned Tyranny “The Constitution is not neutral. It was designed to take the government off the backs of the people.”—Justice William O....
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Let George Do It
Nelson’s argument begins with an ingenious analysis of a surprising claim that American revolutionaries made just before independence. Resistance leaders and the Continental Congress repeatedly urged...
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Henry Kissinger and King Lear
In “World Order,” his latest handiwork, Mr. Kissinger discovers no theory of international relations like Newton’s laws of motion or Einstein’s theory of general relativity. Instead, he perceives...
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Chamber is still going strong after 200 years
Published: 23 Oct 2014 13:00 GREENOCK Chamber of Commerce is one of the Lower Clyde’s oldest institutions. According to R M Smith’s ‘The History of Greenock’ published in 1921, it was incorporated...
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Houston's Mayor: Endangering Civil Rights
Tavis Smiley raised a lot of eyebrows this weekend when he spoke on ABC-TV's "This Week" news show, hosted by George Stephanopoulos. Smiley pointed to double-digit unemployment in the Black community...
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Victoria: How and why she became queen
The inaugural History Speakers evening of the season was held last week at the Orillia Museum of Art and History (OMAH). The speaker was local history buff Andy Monk, a retired math teacher. Monk’s...
Read more at Orillia Packet & Times
Prep Football: Rice has hand in 6 TDs as Crusader...
EUREKA >> If Jack Rice fills out a change of address form, don't be surprised if the listed residence is "end zone." The Crusaders' Super Sophomore was simply stupendous Saturday afternoon,...
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The 1000: London's most influential people 2014 -...
TV presenter The Cambridge-educated daughter of the Queen’s horse racing trainer is much admired for her honesty, humour and good sense, whether it is reporting on athletics or her rambling through...
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Howard's first farm winery gains approval
When people told Ted Mariani he was crazy for going to Guatemala to build a pre-fabricated hospital many years ago, he wasn't deterred. "I like challenges," the architect proclaimed. "I've always had...
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Despite "Better Economy" & Tumbling Unemployment,...
Pretty bad when the FSA isn't happy You can fool some people some time but... meh, fuck Obongo the banksters' puppet clown. I pledge allegiance to EBT of the banana states of 'murca, and to the...
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So is Charlotte the real Queen City?
After a 37-37 tie between the Carolina Panthers and the Cincinnati Bengals, Charlotte is keeping its "Queen City" crown — but so is the Ohio city. But instead, Sunday's game ended in the Panthers'...
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The Rep Reclines On The Shores Of Arcadia
Tom Stoppard writes for smart people really well. That means audiences as well as the characters in his plays. In Arcadia—which the Yale Repertory Theatre is staging for smart audiences through Oct....
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How do presidents of the United States spend their last day as president? For at least four years, these men have been the most powerful people in the world; what did they do during their last hours...
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8 romantic castle hotels around the U.S.
... - We have no kings or queens, dukes or duchesses, counts or countesses in the United States to build great royal castles as evidence of their power, importance and prestige. Why? The U.S....
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