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  • Stratford Festival 'The Diary of Anne Frank'
    Not a dry eye in the audience at Stratford Festival's 'The Diary of Anne Frank'
    On April 5, 1944, Anne Frank wrote in her diary, "I want to go on living even after my death!" Her desire -- and expectation -- was that she'd become a writer and see the publication of her diary, but of course, everyone knows...
  • National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency director receives Knowlton Award for military intelligence excellence
    Army intelligence general: Enemies no longer fear U.S.
    Army intelligence Maj. Gen. Robert Ashley recently said that enemies of the United States no longer fear it, and his warning comes at a time when a growing number of people are concerned with President Obama’s strategy against the Islamic...
  • 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' is a thrilling addition to the 'Avengers' franchise
    'Avengers: Age of Ultron' is a thrilling addition to the 'Avengers' franchise
    In “Avengers: Age of Ultron”, Tony Stark’s plan to enact peace explodes into chaos, and the Avengers, joined by Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver, must unite to extinguish the flames of war that are sparked by Ultron before he...
  • Commentary: Was Tolstoy right or wrong?
    Commentary: Was Tolstoy right or not?
    “All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” Leo Tolstoy’s famous observation may not be a template only for tracing patterns of family interaction. It might well be a template for all kinds of...
  • A warrior is born in 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine'
    A warrior is born in 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine'
    “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” delves into the origin story of Wolverine before he joined the X-Men. From his traumatic childhood, to his years fighting in endless wars with his half-brother, Victor, to finding love and embracing the...
  • Afghan patrol [Image 2 of 2]
    Afghanistan forces reportedly suffering high casualties as U.S. support fades
    Afghanistan armed forces reportedly are sustaining a high number of casualties against the Taliban as U.S. support of Afghan forces continues to decrease, foreshadowing trouble for the future of the nation once the U.S. withdraws entirely...
  • Beijing has waged a clandestine war against it s 24 million Uighur Muslim population....
    ISLAMIC PARADOX: China Views Security, Islam, and the 21st Century War on Terror
    Currently there is a conflict brewing in the mountainous region of Teshair. The Ugyher people are descendants of Russian-Mongol nomads who settled XaiJiang province where they settle as ethnic minorities many of which are Muslims. Islam has...
  • Gavrilo Princip
    PTSD and needless wars: Don't start WWIII
    Note: The video footage in this article is intentionally blurred for the privacy of the interviewee.
  • 'Insurgent' shows that all is fair in love and war
    'Insurgent' shows that all is fair in love and war
    In “Insurgent”, the next chapter of the “Divergent” series, Tris must face an impossible choice. War looms on the horizon, and a powerful enemy is plotting the demise of all Divergents. As the darkness closes in around her,...
  • Dunsinane
    "Dunsinane" Brilliance
    Brilliant Acting in “Dunsinane”At the Theatre With Audrey LindenThe Wallis Annenberg Center for The Performing Arts in Beverly Hills is establishing itself in bringing excellence in theatre to its patrons. Certainly, the brilliant...
  • Terrorism Goes Completely Against what Islam Says
    What Does Islam Say about Terrorism
    April 16, 2015Bismillah ar-Rahman ir-Raheem. (In the name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful.) Ever since the terror attacks on September 11, 2001 left nearly 3000 civilians, mainly Americans, dead in a single day, there has been a lot of...
  • Artist's acceptance after death
    An artist gets his due
    It looks like a misunderstood artist is finally getting through.Back in 1913, sculptor Jacob Epstein upset people because of his determination to distort the human form. His “The Rock Devil,” a robotic-looking human, is typical. He...
  • The art of war
    ‘War has rarely looked so sweet’
    It’s about time that art writing went beyond an artist’s ways and means and talk about subject-matter, what the artist pictures. Example: art historian, Kenneth Clark didn’t seem to notice that a rape was taking place in Antonio...
  • obamawestbank
    Obama ignores Bibi's call for Iran to recognize Israel's right to exist
    The Jerusalem Post (JPost.com) has published what more than a few American news organization have already concluded; Barack Obama and Benjamin Netanyahu personally just don't like each other. But what has more than a few supporters of the...
  • The American Sniper by Chris Kyle
    Was Chris Kyle anti-war like Clint Eastwood?
    Having never met Mr. Kyle it is difficult to say if he was or not. He was a Christian. His book, "American Sniper", statesthat he was. The book also talks much about his commitment to his job as a Seal. He had no problem with killing the...
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