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US Begins Selling “Syria Intervention” Using ISIS Pretext

US Begins Selling “Syria Intervention” Using ISIS Pretext | My Interests | Scoop.it
“ “It was the United States itself that intentionally created ISIS, beginning as early as 2007 for the expressed purpose of overthrowing the government of Syria and confronting pro-Iranian forces across the Middle East from Lebanon to Iran’s very...”
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Jeremy Smith’s New ‘Civil War’ Blue Jackets Mask

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“For his new Columbus Blue Jackets mask, goaltender Jeremy Smith wanted to include some elements of a Civil War theme, fitting given the NHL team (Abe Lincoln on stunning new Civil War-theme Blue Jackets mask for @JeremySmith30 by @Air_Trix ”
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10 Reasons High Schools Students Say They Prefer Learning Online

10 Reasons  High Schools Students Say They Prefer Learning Online | My Interests | Scoop.it
Lisa Nielsen: Ever wonder how students feel about learning online? At the recent iNacol Virtual Schools Symposium participants were treated to an experience that is surprisingly is rarely available at education conferences. We had the opportunity to hear directly from a panel of students who explained why they preferred learning online. Here are some of the reasons shared by these students and others I heard from explaining why students preferred this method of learning.
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Brutality of Syria war casts doubt on peace talks

Brutality of Syria war casts doubt on peace talks | My Interests | Scoop.it
“BEIRUT (AP) — Syria's conflict was sparked by an act of brutality — the detention and torture of schoolchildren who spray-painted anti-government g (The brutality of Syria's civil war: From the torture of schoolchildren to beheadings and mass sectarian...”
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House Intelligence chairman says Russia may have helped Snowden leak - Fox News

House Intelligence chairman says Russia may have helped Snowden leak - Fox News | My Interests | Scoop.it
“House Intelligence chairman says Russia may have helped Snowden leak Fox News The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee has questioned whether Edward Snowden acted alone in leaking details of the National Security Agency's surveillance...”
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Eerie sound heard coming from One World Trade Center - Fox News

“ Eerie sound heard coming from One World Trade Center Fox News Welcome,. You're logged in as. Profile; Logout. You're watching... Eerie sound heard coming from One World Trade Center. Advertisement. Details.”
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The Battle of Antietam Summary & Facts | Civilwar.org

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“ Battle of Antietam page - battle maps, history articles, photos, and preservation news on this important 1862 Civil War battle in Maryland.”
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“I Am Not Glad To See You By a Damned Sight.” | Emerging Civil War

“I Am Not Glad To See You By a Damned Sight.” | Emerging Civil War | My Interests | Scoop.it
“This is another post in the series "Tales From the Tombstone." James Jay Archer the lifelong bachelor born at Stafford near Havre de Grace in northeastern Maryland on December 19, 1817 came from a military family.”
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The Battle of Antietam Summary & Facts | Civilwar.org

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“ Battle of Antietam page - battle maps, history articles, photos, and preservation news on this important 1862 Civil War battle in Maryland.”
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Shias in Iraq town under ISIS siege face risk of 'massacre,' UN says

Shias in Iraq town under ISIS siege face risk of 'massacre,' UN says | My Interests | Scoop.it
“Islamic State militants have reportedly terrorized residents of an Iraq town for two months, leaving them without electricity and little hope unless international aide arrives.”
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Inductive vs Deductive Bible Study

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One of the most exciting experiences that you have in your walk with Christ is to discover truth from the Bible. God wants to speak to you through His Word! He has given his Holy Spirit to guide yo...
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Principles of Heroic Leadership

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“ A friend and I were discussing the variety of leadership theories. In textbooks we find most coverage is given to understanding leadership through traits, behaviors (Ohio State and Michigan studies...”
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"Class War" and the Lessons of History

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"Class war" has always been with us. If you ever actually sit down to read what people wrote in times past - for example Adam Smith in Wealth of Nations, or even theBible - then you know struggle and resentment between social castes was the normal state of human affairs for 6000 years, or much longer. Seriously, randomly choose (or "roll-up") a decade and locale from across the last few millenia!
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Why Chris Christie will be impeached in 2014 - Fox News

Why Chris Christie will be impeached in 2014 - Fox News | My Interests | Scoop.it
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Battle Of Antietam Pictures

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Battle Of Antietam Pictures, Photos & Images during the Battle Of Antietam of the American Civil War The battlefield of Antietam was extensively photographed immediately after the battle took place, providing images that would shock the nation as...
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The Historical Society: The Battle of Antietam and War Photography

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“ The Battle of Antietam and War Photography. Heather Cox Richardson One hundred and fifty years ago this weekend, 75,000 Union and about 38,000 Confederate troops massed near Sharpsburg, Maryland. One hundred ...”
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New book, election by peers cap busy year for Purdue Civil War expert - Journal and Courier

New book, election by peers cap busy year for Purdue Civil War expert - Journal and Courier | My Interests | Scoop.it
“New book, election by peers cap busy year for Purdue Civil War expert Journal and Courier Despite a personal fascination with the war, Janney never expected she would one day become a nationally recognized Civil War historian, an expert on...”
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The Historical Society: The Battle of Antietam and War Photography

The Historical Society: The Battle of Antietam and War Photography | My Interests | Scoop.it
“ The Battle of Antietam and War Photography. Heather Cox Richardson One hundred and fifty years ago this weekend, 75,000 Union and about 38,000 Confederate troops massed near Sharpsburg, Maryland. One hundred ...”
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