Writers usually have their favorite writing spots, a small, secluded space, sparsely furnished, where creativity flows unimpeded. The chosen environment is typically distraction-free, like the library, a hotel room, inside a car, or even a prison cell.
Have you ever heard of the Great Barrington Declaration? It is a petition that claims that ‘current lockdown policies on Covid is producing devastating effects on short and long-term public health.’
Suicide and drug overdoses are killing more young people than COVID-19 as the two pre-existing epidemics have been worsened by the coronavirus pandemic, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Robert Redfield warns.
A Conservative Member of Parliament has said she very much hopes that businesses offering to feed hungry children for free ‘will not be seeking any further government support’, as the row over free school meals continues.
Founded in 1970, the award-winning Weald & Downland Living Museum is a leading museum of historic buildings in England, covering 40 acres in the South Downs National Park in West Sussex. It includes over 50 historic buildings dating from 950AD to the nineteenth centuries, re-erected from their original sites in south east England, together with period gardens, traditional farm animals and a mill pond.
In Europe and America, the birth rate of whites has fallen very seriously.
Protesters defied curfew and attacked police vehicles in Italy’s third-largest city of Naples. The anger was sparked by the governor’s call for a new lockdown after the spread of Covid-19 hit a new daily record.
TROPHIES TAKEN BY THE RED ARMY. At first, on their own land, the soldiers’ trophies were military property: German boots, a lighter, a cigarette case, a folding knife, a straight razor, a flask, a flashlight, a pistol.
The UK’s minister for women and equalities has stated that teaching political ideas such as ‘white privilege’ and ‘critical race theory’ as fact is illegal, adding that schools have a duty to remain politically impartial.
The authorities who forced Ukraine to become a part of the Soviet Union had no regard for the will of the people or the right to self-determination. Stalin was hell-bent on incorporating Ukraine – a pesky and independent-minded nation with a proud history – into the nascent Socialist empire. Many Ukrainians resented the process of Russification that followed feeling that it threatened to greatly diminish their rich culture and heritage. Ukrainians, after all, have their own language, literature, music, art, food and traditions.