Archive | November 25, 2020

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The Armenian Genocide And The Russian Turkish War

By Theodore Shoebat and Walid Shoebat With the Turkish scimitar hovering above Armenia, and the crescent of the red dragon lingering over Baku in Azerbaijan, and with Russian troops being deployed in Nagorno-Karabakh, we are going back to an era that we see as away and gone, dissipated in the forgotten past. We may forsake […]

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Instead Of A ‘Baby Boom’, COVID Isolation With Couples May Generate A ‘Baby Bust’

What happens when men and women are left alone together for an extended period? Historically speaking under normal conditions, and barring strong moral or philosophical barriers that are clearly exercised in a consistent way, while one may not see what happens, the proof often comes about nine months later from the woman, which is the […]

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France Backs Armenia With Vote On Resolution To Declare Artsakh A Republic

Just as the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict was finishing with Azerbaijan and by extension Turkey the victors, and as Russian troops pour into Armenia and now as “peacekeepers” in Nagorno-Karabakh, the French have decided to kick a hornet’s nest (proverbially speaking) by voting a resolution to, in a historical fist recognize Artsakh, which is a part of […]

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Food Bank Report: 25% Of Rhode Islanders Cannot Meet Food Needs

America is one of the largest, if not the largest food producer nation on Earth. Now the US is not like China, where a “food crisis” can mean not eating McDonalds or one’s preferred food, whereas in the latter a pork shortage means that people really do go hungry. However, no matter where one goes, […]

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Zoomers Don’t Seem To Care About Sports

I enjoy sports, but for the most part, I prefer to play them rather than watch them, and for those I want to watch, usually they are smaller or more interesting matches. Even large-scale competitions I can enjoy, but simply for the sport itself. However, I am wholly lacking in any interest in the “bravado” […]

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