Apr 152017
 


One of the most immediately recognized artworks, Japanese wave painting Under The Great Wave off Kanagawa has been shaking up the art world for two centuries and continues to stay in the center of focus of contemporary visual arts and design.

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Mar 122017
 

Even to mention the 1930s is to evoke the period when human civilisation entered its darkest, bloodiest chapter. No case needs to be argued; just to name the decade is enough. It is a byword for mass poverty, violent extremism and the gathering storm of world war.

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How Did Marijuana Become Illegal in the First Place?

 Posted by on 2016-11-02 at 21:44  cannabis, drugs, government, health, history, legalization, marijuana, Politics, Reblog  Comments Off on How Did Marijuana Become Illegal in the First Place?
Nov 022016
 


In less than a week a number of states will decide the fate of legalized or medical marijuana.

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The secret behind Italy’s rarest pasta

 Posted by on 2016-10-19 at 11:39  cooking, food, history, pasta, Reblog, recipe, recipes, sardinia  Comments Off on The secret behind Italy’s rarest pasta
Oct 192016
 

Away from its famed cerulean seas, Sardinia’s craggy interior is a twisting maze of deep chasms and impenetrable massifs that shelter some of Europe’s most ancient traditions. Residents here still speak Sardo, the closest living form of Latin.

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Trump keeps praising a controversial American general whose actions nearly prompted World War III

 Posted by on 2016-09-27 at 20:24  donald trump, election 2016, history, military, News, Politics, Reblog, trump, war  Comments Off on Trump keeps praising a controversial American general whose actions nearly prompted World War III
Sep 272016
 

Hillary Clinton “tells you how to fight ISIS on her website,” Trump said of the Democratic nominee. “I don’t think Gen. Douglas MacArthur would like that very much.” MacArthur has quite a storied, yet controversial, military career.

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Why the anti-tyranny case for the 2nd Amendment shouldn’t be dismissed so quickly

 Posted by on 2016-08-22 at 12:49  guns, history, Politics, Reblog  Comments Off on Why the anti-tyranny case for the 2nd Amendment shouldn’t be dismissed so quickly
Aug 222016
 

Do people have a right to defend themselves against a tyrannical government? And does the Second Amendment reinforce that right? Donald Trump appeared to be referring to such a right recently, in his muddled comments about “Second Amendment people.

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