These are the photos I took of the huge storm we had today Philly.
Most importantly: you’re stronger than you think.
This image best describes what is happening in Gaza. Gaza is the world’s largest open-air prison. Even calling the action against Palestinians in Gaza a war seems lacking in description. A war implies some equality in combat. What is happening in Gaza is a massacre by one of the world’s most powerful armies, abetted by the silence of western nations.
Fortunately people are beginning to speak out worldwide. But as we speak out, let us do so without condemning a people in whose name a government may act.
We must distinguish between governments and the people who are governed.
We must reconnect with each other’s humanity.
The plight of the Palestinian people is ultimately the plight of the entire world, locked into endless conflicts which make no sense, which could be avoided, which constitute enormous abuse of power and which bring the slaughter of innocents. Let our hearts be moved by the desire to end war once and for all. —Dennis Kucinich
Looking for the next great book to sink your teeth into? Look no further.
As summer rolls on, you may find yourself with free time to catch up on reading. We have good news for you virtual bookworms — you can get in a good read without spending a dime.
Here’s a list of eight places where you can find a wealth of free (yes, free!) e-books.
In the free section of the Google eBookstore, you’ll find a ton of free books from a variety of genres. Look here for bestsellers, favorite classics and more. Books are available in several formats, and you can also check out ratings and reviews from other users.
With a collection of more than 45,000 free e-books, Project Gutenberg is a volunteer effort to create and share e-books online. No registration or fee is required, and books are available in ePub, Kindle, HTML and simple text formats.
3. Open Library
The Open Library has more than 1 million free e-books available. This library catalog is an open online project of Internet Archive, and allows users to contribute books. You can easily search by the title, author and subject.
If you’re looking for out-of-print books in different languages and formats, check out this non-profit digital library. The Internet Archive is a great go-to if you want access to historical and academic books.
5. Book Boon
Searching for a particular educational textbook or business book? Book Boon may have what you’re looking for. The site offers more than 1,000 e-books, it’s easy to navigate and best of all, you don’t have to register to download them.
With more than 29,000 free e-books at your fingertips, you’re bound to find one that interests you here. You have the option to browse by most popular titles, recent reviews, authors, titles, genres, languages and more. These books are compatible for Kindles, Nooks, iPads and most e-readers.
7. Free eBooks
From romance to mystery to drama, this website is a good source for all sorts of e-books. When you’re making a selection, you can go through reviews and ratings for each book. If you’re looking for a wide variety of books in various categories, check out this site.
Want to listen to books instead? LibriVox is home to thousands of free audiobooks, including classics and out-of-print books.
Beautiful sunset I capture on my return home.
Mi almuerzo hoy: Arroz junto con bacalao, una deliciosa ensalada de pulpo con camarones y king crab, y un mofongo bien boricua. Quedo de chuparse los dedos esta comida hecha en casa.
My lunch today: Rice with cod fish, a delicious octopus salad with shrimp and king crab and Puerto Rican mofongo. It was so good this homemade food.
WOW… THE TRUTH CAN NEVER BE SILENCED.. He gave them a history lesson.
"A Native American man criticized protesters at an Arizona rally against illegal immigration, calling them the real "illegals" for invading his country and killing Native Americans when Europeans first settled on US soil.
"You’re all fucking illegal. You’re all illegal," the Native American man yelled at the protesters, who had gathered in Tucson, Arizona to demonstrate their opposition to illegal immigration by Central and South Americans. "We didn’t invite none of you here. We’re the only native Americans here."
A Native American man protested an anti illegal immigrant protest in Arizona by pointing out the protestors hypocrisy. “Get on with your bogus arguments. We’re the only legal ones here,” he yelled. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian discuss.