Carolyn Yeager

No two sides to the Holocaust, Texas public school educators agree

The majority of published books on Holocaust are for children in the K-12 school age group, and they are fictional or partly-fictional accounts – even famous ones like Ann Frank's Diary.


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The Elie Wiesel tattoo question is resolved: No tattoo

Close-up of Wiesel’s arms from the photograph taken in 2006 by Eyal Toueg, published after Elie Wiesel’s death.


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Something to believe in

Mark Milley, four-star general and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, is the current face of the now openly apparent American malaise—exhibiting itself as lack of true leadership and purpose, along with chronic lying coming from the highest levels.

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Day 1 and 2: Prosecutors focus on feelings, emotions and 'Black pain'

The small crowd that gathered and watched as the Minneapolis police officers held George Floyd pinned on the ground while awaiting the arrival of medics. Six of those shown above testified on Day 1 and 2.

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