Some people don’t like Donald Trump. Some people REALLY don’t like Donald Trump. Some people have such a great dislike for Donald Trump, that they will assault Trump supporters leaving a rally(http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/violence-breaks-trump-rally-san-jose-prot...). But no matter you’re opinion on Trump, there’s no avoiding the fact that a lot of people don’t like him.
Is discrimination natural during times of strife and hardship? Throughout history, the human race has fought each other and has endured plague and countless horrors. During these times of suffering, humanity was at its lowest. Committing crimes and taking advantage of the hardship for their own gain. Many dictators and politicians have used times of suffering to further their own agendas, which begs the question, “Is discrimination only natural during difficult times?
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is the fifth book in the Harry Potter series, written by British author JK Rowling. This book takes place following the events in the fourth book, the Goblet of Fire. Key words and phrases in this book are "Harry, Voldemort, Umbridge, corrupt bureaucracy, Sirius, sudden death, Snape's worst memory, Educational Decree, biased media, government intervention at Hogwarts, Department of Mysteries, and abuse of power. Below is a summary of the summary of this book. Why is it the summary of the summary of this book instead of the summary?
Behemoth is the second novel in the trilogy by Scott Westerfeld. The trilogy is a steampunk/biopunk retelling of WWI, where instead of trenches and outdated tactics, there's floating air whales and land battleships. The book continues the story of Prince Aleksander, son of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, who was assassinated in Serbia, and Deryn, a girl disguised as a guy so she could join the British Air Service.
My name is Bryan. It has been ever since I was born. But what does it mean?, and why is it my name? According to Wikipedia, my name is derived from the Old Celtic word meaning “high” or “noble”. However, according to my father, my name means intelligent, kind, and brave. My father says that when I was born, my parents hadn’t come up with a name yet. They chose “Brian”, because they wanted me to be intelligent, kind, and brave, which is what “Brian” means in the “Big Book of Baby Names” they had in the delivery room.