The Hot Button Hits Home.

Source: I don’t really care to get involved in discussions of “hot button” issues, in general but there are two for which I’ll stick my neck out and risk pissing people off or, you know, just annoying them with my broken record. The first is Wal-Mart. In fact, let’s not even get started on Wal-Mart, …

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A Believer.

Having lived in Prague and travelled around the area quite a bit, I felt a special connection to The Bloodletter’s Daughter, a historical novel by Linda Lafferty that uses the legend of  Don Julius,  the mad bastard son of Emperor Rudolph II as the backdrop to the story of a young woman sold out by …

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