May 26, 2018
Culture

Forum: Is It Time To Forget About The Holocaust?

April 24, 2018 JoshuaPundit 0

Every Monday, the WoW! community and our invited guests weigh in at the Watcher’s Forum, short takes on a major issue of the day, the culture, or daily living. This week’s question: Is It Time To Forget about the Holocaust? Bookworm Room: Holocaust Memorial Day is a perfect example of [Read More]

Celebrating Greatness

Famous Composers & Carols!

December 21, 2017 Puma ByDesign 0

American Minute by William J. Federer Many famous composers wrote greatly loved Christmas music. In 1741, George Frideric Handel wrote his oratorio Messiah. In 1734, Johann Sebastian Bach wrote his Christmas Oratorio. Twenty years after composer Johann Sebastian Bach died, Ludwig van Beethoven was born in Bonn, Germany, and baptized [Read More]

Culture

Thanksgiving And The Giving Of Thanks

November 23, 2017 JoshuaPundit 0

Thanksgiving is upon us, our unique North American Holiday (yes, our Canadian friends celebrate it too, but on a different day a month earlier). Oh, I almost forgot. It’s also celebrated ( and properly so) as a national holiday in the Caribbean Republic of Grenada, every year on October 25. [Read More]

Culture

How Cats Used Humans to Conquer the World

June 19, 2017 JoshuaPundit 1

An amusing and informative piece from the Atlantic on how ancient DNA tells the story of cats, their dispersal worldwide and ummm, dominance! By Sarah Zhang Sometime around the invention of agriculture, the cats came crawling. It was mice and rats, probably, that attracted the wild felines. The rats came [Read More]

Culture

Were Slaves Immigrants? The Truth Of The Matter

April 20, 2017 JoshuaPundit 0

Dr. Ben Carson came under quite a bit of fire  last month for remarks he made calling slaves immigrants while speaking to Housing and Urban Development employees Monday about his vision for the department’s future: “That’s what America is about, a land of dreams and opportunity,” Carson said, speaking about [Read More]