My first poem: Faraway sigh (Lointain soupir)

When I was in 6th grade, I was already an aspiring writer. I loved expressing myself through words. Inspired through other people's poems, I wrote poems too (quite a lot). Poetry was a way to liberate myself and "engage with my emotions." Dwight Longenecker perfectly explains "Why you need poetry" in an essay. May it …

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U.S. Congressional Record: 45 Communist Goals (Clever Journeys)

How Liberals Have Been Totally Suckered Into Being Communists How many of these original 45 goals can you identify as being achieved? Congressman A.S. Herlong JR. was a Democrat from Florida. A decade before this, Sen. Eugene McCarthy had conducted congressional hearings against the communists. Herein are the communist goals as published in 1963. THE 45 …

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The Mockingbird going forward (2021)

As the year 2020 comes to an end, The Mockingbird celebrates its 2 months anniversary today December 31. It has been an awesome experiment for me. I hope that you learnt something new through my blog, but I definitely learnt many things while researching and developing the website. A great test on my research skills …

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What can we learn from Émile Durkheim’s study of suicide in 2020?

In the age of Covid and lockdowns across the world, suicide has become yet again an issue facing so many. In the last few weeks or even months, you may have heard about the rising rate of suicide across the world related to the pandemic. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, the Center for Disease …

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