When Marriage Between Gays Was By Rite

When Mar­riage Between Gays Was By Rite RITE AND REASON: A Kiev art muse­um con­tains a curi­ous icon from St Cather­ine’s monastery on Mount Sinai. It shows two robed Chris­t­ian saints. Between them is a tra­di­tion­al Roman pronubus (best man) over­see­ing what in a stan­dard Roman icon would be the wed­ding of a hus­band and wife. […]

Georgia Curriculum Review

A teacher’s review of Geor­gia’s new high school his­to­ry cur­ricu­lum: Dumb­ing down our past does­n’t serve our future The Civ­il War is just one of the top­ics that have been removed from the US his­to­ry course, which focus­es on 1876 to the present. While the Under­ground Rail­road isn’t judged impor­tant enough to teach, the state […]

Knowledge News

We’re focus­ing on his­to­ry and sci­ence right now, and I’m con­sid­er­ing buy­ing a sub­scrip­tion to Knowl­ed­ge­News. I respect the breadth and depth of infor­ma­tion rep­re­sent­ed by my friends here, so I’m going to ask a favor of you. Would you mind read­ing this arti­cle and giv­ing me some feed­back on its fac­tu­al con­tent and any slant? […]

Totally Random

Pira­cy funds ter­ror­ism. No, really—Microsoft and the MPAA say so, so it MUST be true! I expect arrests of all us nasty P2P net­work users any moment now. Oh—Spar­ta­cus Edu­ca­tion­al looks like an inter­est­ing his­to­ry resource. I’m post­ing the link so that I won’t lose it and for the ben­e­fit of the oth­er home­school­ers and […]

Biographies

I’m ask­ing for help from our Library God­dess­es for some­one on one of my mail­ing lists. She sent this request to the list, and I can’t find the answer: “Back in the late 60’s when I was in sec­ond and third grade, I was addict­ed to a series of biogra­phies about US women. I don’t […]

Books, Babies, Friends

Home again, home again, jig­gi­ty jig… We went out to get Katie’s new his­to­ry book at Borders—she whipped through the last one. And on the way, got a call from rasilio say­ing that _starrgirl_ is hav­ing con­trac­tions. So we turned around, went over and got Jack­son, then went to Bor­ders. The Gwin­nett Bor­der Pagans were still […]

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