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[1 мар. 2015 | No Comment | ]

Throughout the course of Russian war in Ukraine which up to date is about to reach its first anniversary, a parallel drama kept unraveling in Russian courts, if of course that word can be applied to the institutions which carry out what counts as the law in Russia. For almost eight month already Nadiya has been kept prisoner by Russia, even though she was illegally captured and detained by terrorist forces in Ukraine – apparently Russia accepts prisoners from the terrorists, and plays a role of the terrorist court. But …

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[23 февр. 2015 | No Comment | ]

Here’s the list of nominees for the 87th Academy Awards. Winners are noted in bold.
Best Picture: “Birdman”…

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[18 февр. 2015 | No Comment | ]

Reagan and the United States acted wrongly then, and Putin and Russia are acting wrongly today. But the parallels between the two cases tell you something often forgotten when high-minded moralists start complaining about “foreign aggression.” However much we may dislike it, great powers are always sensitive to political conditions on their borders and are usually willing to play hardball to protect vital interests. The collective Western failure to understand this basic fact of life is a key reason why the Ukraine crisis erupted and why it has been so hard to resolve.Don’t get me wrong: what is happening to Ukraine is tragic, and what Putin and Russia are doing is reprehensible. But I also think it was the height of folly for leaders in the United States and Europe not to anticipate that Russia would react as it has. After all, all they really had to do was think back to U.S. policy in much of the Western hemisphere.

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[10 февр. 2015 | No Comment | ]

Kissinger, too, warns of Ukraine as a dangerous situation, describing the potential of a new Cold War and urging the countries involved to do all they can to avoid “a historic tragedy.” He tells Spiegel:
“There clearly is this danger, and we must not ignore it. I think a resumption of the Cold War would be a historic tragedy. If a conflict is avoidable, on a basis reflecting morality and security, one should try to avoid it.”

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[8 февр. 2015 | No Comment | ]

During Thursday’s National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, NASCAR great Darrell Waltrip shared his Christian testimony with the thousands gathered, including Barack and Michelle Obama and the Dalai Lama, stating that he thought he was once a pretty good person, but “good people” go to Hell without Christ.

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[1 февр. 2015 | No Comment | ]

Zhelyu Zhelev, a philosopher and communist-era dissident who became Bulgaria’s first democratically elected president, died Friday, his family said. He was 79.
A dissident under communism, Zhelev was the founder and first leader of the pro-democracy Union of Democratic Forces after the demise of the country’s Stalinist regime in 1989.

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[18 дек. 2014 | No Comment | ]

New York state will ban hydraulic fracturing after a long-awaited report concluded that the oil and gas extraction method poses health risks, Governor Andrew Cuomo’s administration said on Wednesday.

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[30 ное. 2014 | No Comment | ]

40 scientists mathematicians, professors and lecturers in mathematics from different universities around the world, sent a protest letter to the Rector of the Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” prof. Ivan Ilchev and to Academic Council, against the dismissal of prof. Emil Horozov, former head of the National Science Fund.

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[23 ное. 2014 | No Comment | ]

Once upon a time, when Constans was Emperor in Byzantium, there lived a king called Kubrat on the shores of the Sea of Azov. In due course he died, leaving five sons behind him, whom he bade live in concord together. But the brothers in a short time quarrelled, as princes often do, and, dividing the inheritance between them, departed each his own way, bearing his portion of the people with him. The eldest brother alone, Baian, remained where he was born; the second brother, Cotrag, crossed the Don, to the northward, and lived on the farther bank; the fourth brother moved far to the westward, and, crossing the Danube, came to Pannonia, where he fell under the domination of the Avars; the youngest wandered even farther, and ended his days in the Pentapolis of Ravenna. But the third brother, whose name was Asperuch, crossed the Dnieper and the Dniester and settled on the banks of the Lower Danube.

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[22 ное. 2014 | No Comment | ]

Senator Robert Byrd concluded: “On the south banks of Washington’s Tidal Basin, Thomas Jefferson still speaks: ‘God who gave us life gave us liberty. Can the liberties of a nation be secure when we have removed a conviction that these liberties are the gift of God? Indeed, I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just, that his justice cannot sleep forever.’ Jefferson’s words are a forceful and explicit warning that to remove God from this country will destroy it.”

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[22 ное. 2014 | No Comment | ]

Well, what did you think of that story? I thought it was pretty cool, didn’t you? God was very good to them, wasn’t He? He still is good to us, too. Not only that, but the Pilgrims were very faithful to God as well. Thanksgiving is almost here, so this year, when you celebrate, remember this story of why we celebrate it and the story behind it. We all have a lot to be thankful for!