• Other than George Washington has the United States of America ever had a more honorable president than Donald Trump??

    Best answer: Teddy Roosevelt was the best president ever.
    Teddy made America into a world power and it became Great!!!
    Best answer: Teddy Roosevelt was the best president ever.
    Teddy made America into a world power and it became Great!!!
    7 answers · History · 2 days ago
  • What's this life for?

    43 answers · Philosophy · 2 days ago
  • Is evil the source of creativity?

    32 answers · Philosophy · 2 days ago
  • WWI related question:Why wasn't Constantinople given back to Greeks when the Ottoman empire was broken up?

    Constantinople(now known as Istanbul) was originally white Christian European land.Why wasn't it returned to the Greeks? Or at least another Christian nation? Can't anyone see how that would have been a big win for white Christians everywhere? Reclaiming stolen land from the mongrel invaders? Especially... show more
    Constantinople(now known as Istanbul) was originally white Christian European land.Why wasn't it returned to the Greeks? Or at least another Christian nation? Can't anyone see how that would have been a big win for white Christians everywhere? Reclaiming stolen land from the mongrel invaders? Especially after what they've done to the Christian Armenian and Greeks living within the ottoman empire. They didn't deserve to live on that historical Land It should have been taken and given back to Christians.
    6 answers · History · 6 hours ago
  • Do you believe that someday we will achieve world peace?

    Personally, I do (though I know that I'm perfectly wrong) And what I meant by peace is not something like human extinction or simple temporary peace, but that kind of true peace we all hoped
    Personally, I do (though I know that I'm perfectly wrong) And what I meant by peace is not something like human extinction or simple temporary peace, but that kind of true peace we all hoped
    19 answers · Philosophy · 1 day ago
  • Why did he left me?

    12 answers · History · 3 hours ago
  • How could the Dunkirk retreat be considered victory for the British was it not humiliation and a defeat?

    Best answer: The battle was already lost, the retreat saved the lives of hundreds of thousands of soldiers that would live to fight another day.
    Best answer: The battle was already lost, the retreat saved the lives of hundreds of thousands of soldiers that would live to fight another day.
    15 answers · History · 21 hours ago
  • Why did Catholics and Protestants in Ireland hate each other for centuries?

    Best answer: It goes back to Cromwell's conquest of Ireland when hundreds of thousands of Irish Roman Catholics were killed and hundreds of thousands more sold into slavery. Cromwell also issued a series of Penal Laws against Roman Catholics and confiscated most of their land. Cromwell's conquest of Ireland is known... show more
    Best answer: It goes back to Cromwell's conquest of Ireland when hundreds of thousands of Irish Roman Catholics were killed and hundreds of thousands more sold into slavery. Cromwell also issued a series of Penal Laws against Roman Catholics and confiscated most of their land.

    Cromwell's conquest of Ireland is known as the event the British can never remember and the Irish can never forget.
    13 answers · History · 17 hours ago
  • Can you have two different plotlines in the same novel?

    I'm considering finally getting around to writing out a story I've built up in my head for over a decade. It's a fiction Sci-Fi/Fantasy. It's also a really large scale story, as it takes place over various planets. My question is whether or not one book can effectively tell two separate stories.... show more
    I'm considering finally getting around to writing out a story I've built up in my head for over a decade. It's a fiction Sci-Fi/Fantasy. It's also a really large scale story, as it takes place over various planets. My question is whether or not one book can effectively tell two separate stories. Both storylines take place in the same universe and at the same exact time, but they take place on different planets. Because the overall story is so large in scale, the main characters from both storylines don't know each other, but eventually do cross paths down the line. Would dividing a single book into two simultaneous but separate plotlines be a bad idea? Thanks.
    18 answers · Books & Authors · 2 days ago
  • During the Vietnam war who represented the good guys and who represented the bad guys?

    Best answer: The good guys were the Vietnamese civilians who did nothing except try to live on their own land, and the US soldeirs and Viet Cong soldiers who were only doing what they were ordered to do. The bad guys were the political leaders of both North Vietnam and of the US, that sent armed forces to South Viet Nam... show more
    Best answer: The good guys were the Vietnamese civilians who did nothing except try to live on their own land, and the US soldeirs and Viet Cong soldiers who were only doing what they were ordered to do. The bad guys were the political leaders of both North Vietnam and of the US, that sent armed forces to South Viet Nam because they wanted to control that land.
    12 answers · History · 17 hours ago
  • Story title help!?

    My English teacher gave me a challenge to write a thriller story over the summer and it's almost done, however I'm stuck on what to name it. Any suggestions would be great :) It's about a young detective in a sleepy little town who begins to have nightmares about killing people he knows or who lives in... show more
    My English teacher gave me a challenge to write a thriller story over the summer and it's almost done, however I'm stuck on what to name it. Any suggestions would be great :) It's about a young detective in a sleepy little town who begins to have nightmares about killing people he knows or who lives in the town. He also has a reccuring dream about a young woman who is being held captive in a basement. Every night, he's haunted by these dreams and one night, he dreams about murdering his neighbor's wife in the middle of the night. The next day at work, he finds his neighbor did kill his wife, exactly how he had dreamt it. But here's the twist, the neighbor doesn't remember it happening and a witness says he was asleep. Essentially, people in the town are committing horrific crimes in their sleep and the detective sees it through their eyes as a dream. No one believes him, not even his wife, and definitely not the sheriff, but he stilldreams about the girl held captive and he's convinced he can save her. It ends with him eventually finding the girl, and leaving town with her to Boston to get her help as everyone in the town has gone crazy and is trying to kill him.
    11 answers · Books & Authors · 13 hours ago
  • Is it true that evil the source of creativity?

    I think that boredom is among the greatest "evils" that one can ponder. But is evil the source of creativity? I have a creative mind, but I realize that creativity can also be evil because even though creativity helps solve problems, it also provides evil people with evil ideas.
    I think that boredom is among the greatest "evils" that one can ponder. But is evil the source of creativity? I have a creative mind, but I realize that creativity can also be evil because even though creativity helps solve problems, it also provides evil people with evil ideas.
    17 answers · Philosophy · 2 days ago