Archive | January, 2015

Treatment Worse than the Disease — Epochalypse #3

Treatment Worse than the Disease — <i>Epochalypse</i> #3

The suspect has been identified. His modus operandi is known. The stakes are clear. But for the law enforcers charged with untangling this world’s chronological calamity, the question of what to do next is anything but. In Epochalypse #3, “The Devil’s Den,” Johannes and the key Resynchronizers under his command once more take to the […]

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“Assuring Freedom to the Free” — MLK Day 2015

"Assuring Freedom to the Free" — MLK Day 2015

Creating Martin Luther King Jr. Day as a national holiday was no easy feat. The first attempt to codify it on the federal calendar died in the U.S. House of Representatives in 1979. Even the subsequent legislative effort, four years later, faced stiff filibustering action in the Senate. The late Jesse Helms threw a “red” […]

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What Do These Three Have In Common?

What Do These Three Have In Common?

I recently came across this article asserting that the names “Khaleesi” and “Katniss” — the former inspired by a major Game of Thrones character, the latter by the heroine of The Hunger Games — were wildly popular names for female babies in 2014. You might rant (and some have) that this is a deplorable statement […]

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