Why the obsession with tearing down monuments is dumb.
Guess what? It’s official! School’s out for summer! You know what that means? You can totally stay up way past your bedtime catching up on all those books you’ve been dying to read all year long. Don’t have a TBR pile a mile long?

Guess what? It’s official! School’s out for summer! You know what that means? You can totally stay up way past your bedtime catching up on all those books you’ve been dying to read all year long. Don’t have a TBR pile a mile long? No worries, my friend. I have your summer reading list for adults right here, filled to the brim with all the fabulous tomes you need for beach reading, lazy days on the deck and, of course, those late night binge-reading sessions.

I read like a fiend during the summer and love staying up until well after everyone else has gone to bed to finish a good book.  The house is so still and quiet (except when The Fuzz gets all wound up). It’s just magical. Unless I’m reading a scary book. Then it’s a little terrifying. Anyway, this summer reading list for adults consists of books I’m personally dying to read as well as highly-recommended books in other genres that you might like. Ready to check it out?

I started out trying to divide this list into categories, but there are just so many genres out there, and so many books cross genres. It got too complicated! You’ll still notice a sort of symbiotic relationship emerge between the books on the list, but I gave up on trying to shove them all into perfectly headed categories.   This post contains affiliate links. Thanks for your support!

Guess what? It’s official! School’s out for summer! You know what that means? You can totally stay up way past your bedtime catching up on all those books you’ve been dying to read all year long. Don’t have a TBR pile a mile long? No worries, my friend. I have your summer reading list for adults right here, filled to the brim with all the fabulous tomes you need for beach reading, lazy days on the deck and, of course, those late night binge-reading sessions.

I read like a fiend during the summer and love staying up until well after everyone else has gone to bed to finish a good book.  The house is so still and quiet (except when The Fuzz gets all wound up). It’s just magical. Unless I’m reading a scary book. Then it’s a little terrifying. Anyway, this summer reading list for adults consists of books I’m personally dying to read as well as highly-recommended books in other genres that you might like. Ready to check it out?

I started out trying to divide this list into categories, but there are just so many genres out there, and so many books cross genres. It got too complicated! You’ll still notice a sort of symbiotic relationship emerge between the books on the list, but I gave up on trying to shove them all into perfectly headed categories.   This post contains affiliate links. Thanks for your support!

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Guess what? It’s official! School’s out for summer! You know what that means? You can totally stay up way past your bedtime catching up on all those books you’ve been dying to read all year long. Don’t have a TBR pile a mile long? No worries, my friend. I have your summer reading list for adults right here, filled to the brim with all the fabulous tomes you need for beach reading, lazy days on the deck and, of course, those late night binge-reading sessions.

I read like a fiend during the summer and love staying up until well after everyone else has gone to bed to finish a good book.  The house is so still and quiet (except when The Fuzz gets all wound up). It’s just magical. Unless I’m reading a scary book. Then it’s a little terrifying. Anyway, this summer reading list for adults consists of books I’m personally dying to read as well as highly-recommended books in other genres that you might like. Ready to check it out?

I started out trying to divide this list into categories, but there are just so many genres out there, and so many books cross genres. It got too complicated! You’ll still notice a sort of symbiotic relationship emerge between the books on the list, but I gave up on trying to shove them all into perfectly headed categories.   This post contains affiliate links. Thanks for your support!

You don't have permission to access /hell-bent-obsession-pain-and-the-search-for-something-like-transcendence-in-competitive-yoga.pdf on this server.

My hometown, Baltimore, is one of the most violent and dysfunctional cities in the country. The failed policies of socialism, anti-family values, and “soft on crime” have taken one of the most famous cities down from a population of 900,000 in the 1960s to roughly 600,000 today. But never fear: The liberal leaders in Baltimore and other blue cesspools have discovered the perfect solution to avoiding the difficult policy challenges of our time — they have declared war on Robert E. Lee .

In Baltimore, it started in 2015 when the city renamed Robert E. Lee Park. Now, the mayor and city council are exploring ways to spend their extremely limited funds on removing every remaining monument, including one honoring Confederate soldiers, one honoring women of the Confederacy, and statues of Lee and Stonewall Jackson. It’s part of the new nationwide leftist temper tantrum cropping up in other cities from New Orleans, Louisiana , and Lexington, Kentucky , to Gainesville, Florida . In Memphis, leftists are still trying to dig up the grave of a Confederate general after the city council voted to remove the monument for Nathan Bedford Forest in 2015.

And the impulse to tear down monuments is becoming literal and violent. Protesters in Durham, North Carolina, toppled a Confederate statue off its foundations .

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