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August 04, 2014

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The Booksie Classic House

Many people say that humanity is going downhill. They say that the world is changing, that people are less respectful. The have lost hope in the future. They are just tying to survive. This poem is about getting back to the roots of the USA. It is about getting back… Read More
Throughout the “Middle Ages” the Catholic Church was the main form of Christianity in Europe. Because of this the Church amassed a great wealth of economic power and political control within European Nations. On October 31, 1517 Martin Luther attached his 95 Theses to the local Church in Wittenburg calling… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

Our freedom of speech is being taken away. Read More
Let’s see if this sounds familiar: Rome started as a small city-state, but grew to conquer the European continent and beyond. Internally, the city of seven hills suffered from several major economic crises, civil war and revolts. These problems were quelled by a focus on near constant external war. Eventually… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

An experimental piece, The world is ruled by a one global government founded on the ideas of Humanism, the story follows young Kaylan and Eva as they encounter life n this new world of the future. Kaylan is expected to join the ruling society, as Eva fights for woman to… Read More
Our current method of taxation allows elected officials to maintain power over citizens. A consumption tax eliminates this. Read More
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