One Person Can Make a Difference ~ by One Pissed-off Vietnam Vet, Presidential Candidate| The Post & Email
IN PRESERVING FREEDOM
Fyodor Dostoyevsky (also Dostoevsky) was a writer who described the psychological, political and social challenges of 19th-century imperial Russia. He was exiled to Siberia for five years of hard labor for his “liberal” beliefs, which Emperor Nicholas I interpreted as a threat.
(Dec. 18, 2011) — In everyone’s life, there is one person who stands out above the memories of all others, with the exception of our parents. This person could be a relative, a friend, even a movie star.
When I asked the clerk for a pack, I could see the expression on Lee’s face, and you didn’t need to be a great actor to convey exactly what he was thinking. Proper decorum prevents me from using quotes that would contain numerous four-letter words in the context…..