A free woman of color in the 1830s, Margaret Morgan lived a life full of promise. One frigid night in Pennsylvania, that changed forever. They tore her family apart. They put her in chains. But they never expected her to fight back. In 1837, Margaret Morgan was kidnapped from her home in Pennsylvania and sold into slavery. The state of Pennsylvania charged her kidnapper with the crime, but the conviction was later overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court. Yet, the heart of this story is not a Supreme Court ruling.
"tears flowed unhindered"
It was with Human, All Too Human, first published in 1878, that Nietzsche developed the aphoristic style that so suited his challenging views and uncompromising style. The text is divided into three main sections: 'Of the First and Last Things', 'History of the Moral Feelings' and 'The Religious Life'.
A fable/folktale from Gujarat. In this hilarious story, Bhikubai's mouth waters for some coconut. But pay for it? He'd rather not!
"What an exciting and fun story this is for the young kids!"
A murderous fall down icy stairs is nearly the death of Anna Hitchcock, the much-beloved "American Agatha Christie" and Christopher Holmes' former mentor. Anna's plea for him to host her annual winter writing retreat touches all Kit's sore spots - traveling, teaching writing classes, and separation from his new lover, J.X. Moriarity. For J.X., Kit's cancellation of yet another romantic weekend is the death knell of a relationship that has been limping along for months. But that's just as well, right?
"Josh Lanyon does it again!!"
After being denied admission to a Masonic lodge in Batavia, William Morgan secured a sizable advance from a local newspaper publisher for this work. That publisher, David Cade Miller, released this book after Morgan's death, presumably at the hands of the Masons. Because of the notoriety of the previous events, The Mysteries of Free Masonry Containing All the Degrees of the Order Conferred in a Master's Lodge became an instant best seller and an American classic.
"Most Boring Book Ever Written or Read Aloud"
Most eco-friendly books start with terror-inducing lists of the carcinogenic chemicals you are liberally slathering all over every single surface in your house, painting most people as unwitting eco-villains, happily Lysol-ing their way straight to hell. Well, listeners can just relax and unpack the (plastic) bags - no guilt trips today! All You Need Is Less is about realistically adopting an eco-friendly lifestyle without either losing your mind from soul-destroying guilt or becoming a preachy know-it-all whom everyone loathes.
"This is THE Book!"
Step by step instructions to easily create, publish, promote and sell an eBook successfully without spending a dime. Everyone has at least one eBook in them. Turn your experience, knowledge, passion or expertise into passive and residual income with an eBook. Build and establish your brand and open doors to various other opportunities. No technical knowledge needed. This eBook will NOT disappoint.
Susie is off this week but wants you to enjoy a show from 2005! In this encore edition, Susie's mailbag was just overflowing with great mail, and she answered a few of the choicest letters.
Susie's mailbag has just been overflowing with great mail lately, and this week she's answering a few of the choicest letters. First off, a mom wonders if her newborn son's future sex life will suffer from circumcision -- Susie responds that her philosophy is "the less cutting, the better." Then, an empty nest mom finds sexual and personal fulfillment in bondage, and a newly single man wants to know how long he should wait to start his next relationship.
"American: In-Flight Entertainment Now Free for All Fliers" is from the August 11, 2016, Travel section of The USA Today. It was written by Ben Mutzabaugh and narrated by Paige McKinney .
"China Mobile-Payment Battle Becomes a Free-for-All" is from the May 22, 2016 Tech section of The Wall Street Journal. It was written by Juro Osawa and narrated by Alexander Quincy.
"Iowa Emerges as a Free-For-All among GOP's Establishment Candidates" is from the Politics and Power section of The Washington Post. It was written by Philip Rucker and Robert Costa and narrated by Sam Scholl.
"It's On: The GOP Primary Becomes a Free-For-All" is from the Politics and Power section of The Washington Post. It was written by Abby Phillip and Sean Sullivan and narrated by Sam Scholl.
Anyone suffering under the crushing weight of debt knows how impossible it can seem to find a way out. It's overwhelming - and the more complicated the proposed solution, the harder it is to stick with it. That's why The Debt-Free Spending Plan is simple. It doesn't require sifting through chapters of high-minded financial advice or digging up your past spending history. It assumes you need help right now, and gives it to you.
"Simple and realistic"
What precisely is the origin of the world's best known secret society? Did they emerge from a simple stone masons guild? Or was the genesis much older and maybe has roots in ancient Egypt? Many people have made a great many assumptions, but how many have seriously investigated the actual real evidence? David Harrison is an academic and author (The Genesis of Freemasonry) who has spent years doing just that.
"A huge disappointment"
Contrary to popular belief, the reunification of North Korea and South Korea would not spell disaster for South Korea, nor would it pose an unacceptable risk for the United States, China, and Japan. Rather, it would produce massiveeconomic and social benefits for the peninsula and the region.
Mike Daisey is a fierce storyteller, one minute hilarious, the next minute sweet, with a fine-tuned ear for digression. He circles in on his uneasy subject matter, closer and closer, until he exposes the raw heart. The New York Times calls him "the master storyteller" and he has been compared to Garrison Keillor, Spalding Gray, and David Sedaris.
"don't bother, good titol, but that is it"