Some people are meant to challenge history. Park Yu-Ha is one of those people. She is a South Korean academic who wrote a book about Korean comfort women that generated a lot of negative press for her. Her personal life could not have been more threatened as a result of the stand that she took. She was willing to challenge the comfort women testimonies and other comfort women stories that prevailed in her country. She was not willing to just sit back and accept the government's word about this part of history.
A Book And A Lawsuit
Park Yu-Ha published her book critiquing the official... Read More
Barack Obama is the 44th president of the United States of America that was inaugurated in January 2009 and ended in January 2017. If you have to write an academic paper about this famous and bright person, at the very beginning you should figure out main rules of writing an academic paper.
Chose a topicselect a bright subject that interests you, only in this case you'd create a successful paper; follow all requirements and instructions that your professor gave to you; feel free to consult with your professor on those things you feel uncertain.
More ideas about choosing... Read More
For fans, a Major League Baseball rain delay is an annoyance that leads to grumbles and long beer lines. For the stadium’s risk management team, it is part of a life-saving action plan to protect fans and players. Lightning and professional sports stadiums is a deadly combination, which is why many venue managers rely on advanced severe weather tracking provided by weather data API.
Some Interesting Stadium Statistics
By sport, the largest stadiums in the U.S. areMajor League Baseball: Dodger Stadium – Los Angeles, CA – 56,000 capacity College Football: Michigan... Read More
With the world's population growing so quickly and steadily, agricultural issues have become one of the most pressing global problems, needing solutions as soon as possible in order to feed everyone. You may have heard of the starving children in Africa or China, but there are more people suffering from starvation all over the world, including in the United States and Western Europe. While this topic is not new in itself, there are obstacles that cause more problems and add a great deal of stress to those who farm and those who need the food, and these hurdles should be looked at, as well as... Read More
Donald Trump has popularized the expression “fake news.” Accusations of false stories and made-up facts (“alternative facts?”) flood social media. To stay informed, the modern person must not only keep up with the news, they must keep up with the fake news as well. If you’re not up on the latest lies, you’re not with it.
What’s a well-educated individual to do? You can’t just reverse DNS every story you see on Facebook to see who, if anybody, is behind it.
So, to keep your place in the in crowd, here are some of the latest fake news items for your pleasure. None of what follows... Read More
Philadelphia has the largest senior population amongst all major U.S. cities. But North Philadelphia's 19132 zip code is one of the poorest zip codes in the city. In fact, according to Census data, around 40% of residents here live below the poverty line, with an average household income of 50% less than the city average. Not surprising then that as Philadelphia's residents get older, there is real concern over housing and seniors having suitable accommodation that meets their needs.
Philly's housing stock not fit for purpose
Americans are now healthier and living longer;... Read More
The famous actor from Austin Power, Verne Troyer checks into an alcohol rehab to get rid of his alcohol addiction. The actor is popularly known for his role in Austin Powers Trilogy wherein he played the role of Mini-Me. The 47 years old actor took to Facebook on 7th
of this month claiming that he is admitting in an alcohol rehab voluntarily as he needs treatment for his addiction. He also stated that the center would assist him to “continue to get the help” and thus enable him to fight his battle against alcoholism.
There were many rumors in the media about his health and the... Read More
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The world we live in currently, one would be very hard pressed to experience rational peace and genuine freedom. "Peace", is a rare and almost extinct commodity. It is a shadow in the memory of humanity, a mere moment in the blink of an eye that we seldom...
Nice piece Credo as usual. You mention in context at the end "for fear of making war with the Gods." The keystone of peace lies crumbling,simply because the 'Gods of war' reign supreme despite race, religion,etc. Hypothetically if religion didn't exist...
I have serious doubts about the reality of Christ, but I have no doubt that if he existed, he did not look the way as the image commonly depicted in the U S and the rest of the West does. As the early Christians made war on pagan civilizations and cultures,...