Author Archives: Headmistress

The Long History of Hillary Hiding Emails

March 7, 2015, Josh Schwerin emails Jennifer Palmieri, Kristina Schake, Nick Merrill, and JesseFerguson, saying: Jen you probably have more on this but it looks like POTUS just said he found out HRC was using her personal email when he saw it in the news.and says, Jen you probably have more on this but […]

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Even Democrat Lawyers, Otherwise Friendly, Didn’t Buy Her Email Excuses

From the podestaemails: This is an email from Erika Rottenberg, who is discussing, from what I can tell, a help the campaign out, intimate little gathering of around 50 people presumed friendly who they want to recruit for support.  There will be a bit of a question and answer, and a discussion of the campaign […]

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Beginning Botany for Amateurs

The following excerpt is taken from a public domain biography or memoir about an influential British botanist John Stevens Henslow, rector at Hitcham, and later Professor of Botany at Cambridge.  It is not only an interesting account of a remarkable man, but also an introduction to how and why one might pursue a study of […]

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Refugee ‘Children’ Luring Other Foster Kids Into Street Crime

Qualified and willing foster homes in England, like most countries, are in short supply. Half the children in foster care in Britain are migrant/refugee children. And about half of those are also really not children, they are adults (nearly always men) pretending to be minors: ‘They can be quite frightening at times,’ she said. ‘They […]

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Isaac Watts on Hasty Generalizations

Previously Be not too hasty to erect general theories from a few particular observations, appearances, or experiments. This is what the logicians call a false induction. When general observations are drawn from so many particulars as to become certain and indubitable, these are jewels of knowledge, comprehending great treasure in a little room ; but […]

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