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Children’s Book Review, Hello

Children's Book Review by Susan Stephenson, www.thebookchook.com Hello is illustrated by Tony Flowers and published by National Library of Australia Publishing (2016). It’s a children’s picture book which gives little snippets of the different cultural backgrounds of kids living in Australia. Show More Summary

Where are Houston’s best schools?

Homebuyer needs and wants aren't universal, but those with children share at least one of the same demands: good schools. Niche.com provides millions of reviews, polls and data on schools throughout the nation, which are then used to...Show More Summary

UW-Madison Is Ranked The Top Party School For 2017 By Princeton Review

The University of Wisconsin-Madison is ranked the top party school in the nation in the annual rankings released Monday by the Princeton Review. Following the Badgers, West Virginia University and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign came in at Nos. Show More Summary

2016 Election a 'Colossal, Miserable, Disgusting Failure' of Conservatives, David French Laments

David French, a staff writer at National Review, delivered the keynote address Saturday at a Southern Baptist-sponsored national conference on cultural engagement, calling this year's election cycle a "colossal, miserable, disgusting failure" as voters will have to choose between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

Annals of Government Medicine

(John Hinderaker) At the Telegraph, Simon Heffer reviews the condition of Britain’s National Health Service after 68 years and finds: “The NHS will simply collapse unless politicians have the courage to reform it.” According to Government...Show More Summary

Inside The New York Times Book Review Podcast: Inside The New York Times Book Review: ‘ADHD Nation’

Alan Schwarz talks about “ADHD Nation”; Raina Telgemeier discusses “Ghosts”; and Nicholson Baker talks about “Substitute.”

Jerry Falwell Jr. 'Under the Dark Spell of Donald Trump,' Conservative Columnist Says

Liberty University President Jerry Falwell, Jr. is "under the dark spell of Donald Trump", according to a column published in the National Review.

Will Nate Parker Rape Controversy Hurt Oscar Chances for Birth of a Nation?

AFI cancels The Birth of a Nation screening and Q&A, with director Nate Parker's rape controversy causing alarm amongst critics who refuse to review the movie.

‘Southside with You’ review: A complicated love story worthy of the Obamas

Aggressively politically charged, 2016 has given us a chance to be nostalgic about Barack and Michelle Obama. The finish line is in sight, and moments like their Democratic National Convention speeches make us prematurely wistful for their time in the White House. It’s a perfect occasion for the...

Photos of Yellowstone National Park taken in 1871 and today look incredibly similar

In the summer of 1871, photographer William Henry Jackson set out on an expedition to document the untamed, other-worldly beauty of a region that would become the country's first national park. At the time, Congress was reviewing legislation...Show More Summary

Vitamin Sea

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Conservative mag: Trump has ‘nowhere to go’

The National Review says Trump has “effectively blown his chances” of winning. Trump’s presidential campaign slogs on, but he has effectively blown his chances at getting into 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. By failing to pivot through his convention, by failing to build a ground team in important states, and by failing to reassure voters uneasy with [...]

Trump No Longer Has a Credible Path

National Review: “Donald Trump’s presidential campaign slogs on, but he has effectively blown his chances at getting into 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. By failing to pivot through his convention, by failing to build a ground team in important states, and by [...]

U.N. chief wants review of any new details on crash that killed Hammarskjold

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon recommended on Wednesday that the world body appoint an eminent person to review any new information uncovered about a 1961 plane crash that killed then U.N. chief Dag Hammarskjold.

Federal review: No bias against Lucas in Presidio museum proposal

The Presidio Trust’s board was not misled by its employees when it decided to reject George Lucas’ bid to build a waterfront museum within the unusual national park, federal investigators say. A Department of the Interior review of the...Show More Summary

Birth of a Nation: What Nate Parker’s Controversial Nat Turner History & His Own Offer US

"Nat Turner" -- Kyle Baker (2006) Birth of a Nation : What Nate Parker’s Controversial Nat Turner History & His Own Offer US by Stephane Dunn | @DrStephaneDunn | NewBlackMan (in Exile) This is not the review of Nate Parker’s Birth of...Show More Summary

Review: World Music Day showcases Atlanta’s growing palette of musical styles

This past Saturday, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights hosted the World Music Day event that featured six different sets of performers who represented different takes on the eclectic genre, including both traditional and contemporary influences. Tickets to the all-day event included admission to the center’s gallery exhibits. Most of the day’s performances...

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