Monthly Archives: May 2013

Islam in Europe

Demographers put the number of Muslims in France at five million to six million, or at least 8 percent of the population. In Roubaix, the mayor’s office estimates that the Muslim population is as much as 20,000, or about 20 … Continue reading

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Memorial Day 2013

Harry Hink, World War II pilot in Northern Va., recalls lost colleagues on Memorial Day Continue reading

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Islam in America

Akhir88 8 hours ago in reply to Dilbert McSquibby Being a Muslim myself and while I find the coloring book rather harmless, Sharia law is something everyone should be very wary of. My parents left Iran to escape Sharia law … Continue reading

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Link to tornado videos

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2328071/WATCH-Oklahoma-Tornado-Video–Horrific-footage-shows-devastating-tornado-tears-Oklahoma.html www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2328852/Oklahoma-tornado-2013-The-heartbreaking-faces-dead-missing.html Two girls, 9, who were ‘inseparable’ best friends, found dead in devastated Oklahoma elementary school ‘holding onto each other’ The bodies of Antonia Lee Candelaria and Emily Conatzer were found in Plaza Towers Elementary School Relatives told MailOnline … Continue reading

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Stories World War I and II

First World War wills: Last words from a lost army The First World War soldiers’ wills released online this week are brief and all the more moving because they weren’t received by loved ones This poignant historical repository of some … Continue reading

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Energy Issues

Dairy Finds a Way to Let Cows Power Trucks www.nytimes.com/2013/03/28/us/dairy-finds-way-to-let-cows-power-trucks.html U.S. oil reserves rise to highest level since 1985 www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/us-oil-reserves-rise-to-highest-level-since-1985/2013/08/01/881d2a7c-fad9-11e2-a369-d1954abcb7e3_story.html Chapter 6: Coal jobs gone, perhaps for good Published: June 16, 2013 By Bill Estep and John Cheves A coal … Continue reading

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