Monthly Archives: January 2018

Bayeux Tapestry and how images shape historical views

As the article shared below explains, the Bayeux Tapestry is an exceptional example of historical propaganda. The 230-foot tapestry that depicts the Norman Conquest of 1066 from the Norman point of view is headed for display in England, the country … Continue reading

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Fire and Fury Trump book so popular sales up for similar title

Author Randall Hansen has benefited from the big sales achieved by “Fire and Fury” by Michael Wolff. Wolff’s attack piece on President Trump has attracted many readers. Forbes Magazine describes its online sales as “unprecedented.” It’s dominating the best-seller charts … Continue reading

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Surplus killing behavior of wolves represents food stockpiling

I came across a headline recently about shocking wolf attacks in France. A sheep-raising couple lost 15 animals in a night. They had been willing to accept the loss of an occasional animal, but the carnage alarmed them badly. This … Continue reading

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