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Faith Swapping: Religion in America by Binoy Kampmark
An incoming board member of the conservative Heritage Foundation, William E Simon Jr., the United States of 2000 was confused about answering a key question: ‘Does America really need religion?’

Buy George by Asa Butcher
Today is St. George’s Day. I doubt you have anything special planned. There’ll be no joyous parades through our towns, there’ll be no flags flying and the kids will still have to go to school, so what’s the big deal?

50 Bucks: Bring On the Sluts by Sarah Beetson
I was overwhelmed by the Japanese vending machine culture – whereby one can purchase almost anything – from beer to bedroom slippers; a microwave dinner to a pair of used panties – from a handy vending machine.

“john doe smith” by Bohdan Yuri
“Poetry is life distilled.” – Gwendolyn Brooks

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