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The Mouse Roars: Australia, China and a Coronavirus Independent InquiryThe Mouse Roars: Australia, China and a Coronavirus Independent Inquiry by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
26 May 2020
Australia matters little when it comes to international muscle. It is the retainer and pretender of power, a middle-distance runner who runs out of puff on the final stride. (Add a comment)
Memories of school lifeMemories of school life by Joseph Gatt
26 May 2020
The French school system does not encourage students to do the talking in class. Student apathy usually reigns, and teachers often complain about that student apathy. (Add a comment)
Walk & talk 2014Walk & talk 2014 by Thanos Kalamidas
26 May 2020
Contemporary talk, walk and talk! (Add a comment)
House Committee on Un-American ActivitiesHouse Committee on Un-American Activities by The Ovi Team
26 May 2020
May 26th 1938; the House Committee on Un-American Activities began its work of searching for subversives in the United States. The House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) was created... (Add a comment)
Last day of Model TLast day of Model T by The Ovi Team
26 May 2020
May 26th 1927; Henry Ford and his son Edsel drive the 15 millionth Model T Ford out of their factory, marking the famous automobile's official last day of production. After production officially ended the following day... (Add a comment)
Ralph Waldo Emerson: A bridge to the Spirit of the WorldRalph Waldo Emerson: A bridge to the Spirit of the World by Rene Wadlow
25 May 2020
Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882) whose birth anniversary we mark on 25 May, stressed the need for thinking and writing in an American style, separate from that of England which dominated American culture at that time - an early voice for "America First". (Add a comment)
SaturnaliaSaturnalia by George Cassidy Payne
25 May 2020
I did not believe them. You are so much more than a giant, spinning ball of hydrogen and helium. (Add a comment)
A column and advice on restaurantsA column and advice on restaurants by Joseph Gatt
25 May 2020
Every now and then, like yesterday, I do consulting work with restaurants to help them drive sales up. After a long day of observations and advice, here are thoughts I came up with. Two and a half reasons McDonald's sales rarely dip. (Add a comment)
Berserk Alert! #080Berserk Alert! #080 by Tony Zuvela
25 May 2020
Tony Zuvela and his view of the world around us in a constant berserk alert! (Add a comment)
Kennedy pledges man on MoonKennedy pledges man on Moon by The Ovi Team
25 May 2020
May 25th 1961; President John F Kennedy has called for millions of dollars to fund a space programme to get the first man on the Moon by 1970. In a speech to a joint session of Congress broadcast on TV... (Add a comment)
Star WarsStar Wars by The Ovi Team
25 May 2020
May 25th; on this day in 1977, Memorial Day weekend opens with an intergalactic bang as the first of George Lucas' blockbuster Star Wars movies hits American theatres. (1 comment)
I May Have Covid-19 - Part 3I May Have Covid-19 - Part 3 by Leah Sellers
24 May 2020
Sorry, Folks, but this part of my Journal is going to be bit a Fussy. Alright, I found out yesterday that I do not have Covid-19. For that I am Elated and deeply Grateful ! But just to get to this information... (Add a comment)
The Liabilities of History: The Dangers of Pandemic CompensationThe Liabilities of History: The Dangers of Pandemic Compensation by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
24 May 2020
Smug assertions of liability in history are often incautious things. They constitute a fruit salad mix: assertions of the wishful thinkers; hopes of the crazed; the quest of genuinely aggrieved generations who feel that wrongs need... (Add a comment)
Book reviews: EinsteinBook reviews: Einstein by Joseph Gatt
24 May 2020
Book review of Albert Einstein's "the theory of relativity" and "the world as I see it". First thing that surprises me is, despite Albert Einstein's status as a legend, a genius, a pop icon, and all that 65 years... (Add a comment)
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