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Memory Lane Monday: Who Does This Remind You Of?--- Round 4

Memory Lane Monday: Who Does This Remind You Of?--- Round 4

For this month’s installment of Who Does This Remind You Of? we’ve gone to a fairly big name in...

Genius Idea: Call Tourists Terrorists

Genius Idea: Call Tourists Terrorists

Spain has made no secret that they’re over their Tourist Industry.

Sweden’s Armed Forces Embraces Rainbow Laces

Sweden’s Armed Forces Embraces Rainbow Laces

Despite KLM missing the mark with their Gay Pride Click Campaign, Sweden’s Armed Forces weren’t...

Just Sayin’: Over The Iceland Bandwagon

Just Sayin’: Over The Iceland Bandwagon

To start with, we’d like to outline for the record, that PD covered Iceland long before the rest...

Faux Tiffanys Causes Costco to Pay Up

Faux Tiffanys Causes Costco to Pay Up

A fair amount of engagement rings (2,500) at remarkable whole-sale prices has put Costco and a...

Genius Idea: English Grammar is Racist

Real racism.Don’t worry, it’s not a PD Book Club pick.With white boards gone on college campuses, obviously the next logical step would be getting rid of English grammar.

March’s Book: Tocqueville’s Democracy in America

Tocqueville.“I have a passionate love for liberty, law, and respect for rights.”- Alexis Tocqueville.The recent revival of Constitutional prowess by the American Left since the start of the Trump Administration would be exciting, even it weren’t so hypocritical.

Still, if you’re wanting to see the glass of freedom as half full we have the book for you.

February’s Book: John Locke’s Two Treatises of Government and A Letter Concerning Toleration

Locke.A reasonably priced combo.As tolerance seems to be the new pervading theme of the Trump Administration, for this month PD felt that a little John Locke was definitely in order.

China Worries about Their Little Men

China.K-Pop? Really, China? As the West turns gender-fluid and non-binary, China is worried that their boys are starting to get too effeminate.

January’s Book: Heart of Darkness

King Leopold II.Within only 20 pages, you’ll be changed.Last month, we reread a Christmas classic and for January, we’re also going to be catching up on the deeds of a man with a big, bushy white beard---King Leopold II of Belgium.

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