The Bachelor Guardian Series & Its Prequel

     Readers who are into romance and romantic suspense genres are invited to grab copies of my two books which I’m sure you will enjoy reading:      Raising My Neighbor is a story of two people who are afraid to commit, scared to fall in love, yet unwilling to let go. At a…

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Tainted Sunrise

A sneak peek at my second book Available @ books2read.com/Tainted-Sunrise & Tainted Sunrise – Paperback Edition (Amazon.com) You may subscribe @ https://books2read.com/author/hartckely/subscribe/1/67382/ for new book releases. Part 1: Back from the Dead Prologue Lower Normandy, France.       Pitch-black night enveloped the vast desolate piece of land. As the thick fog started to creep, it created an eerie atmosphere….

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Nesso, Italia

  At approximately 50 kilometers north of Milan, Italy, lies a commune in the Province of Como, known as Nesso. This picture is my representation of the said place; a secluded paradise where the locals enjoy the lush scenery that remains untouched by urbanization.

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Racial Profiling: Lawful or Illegal?

Racial profiling is a serious concern that the United States government needs to address in order for the Americans to live without fear of being judged according to the color of their skin. Its practice should be totally eradicated from the law enforcement system in order for the police officers to retain their credibility and…

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“Strike” in Relation to Social Change

Engaging in a non-violent protest such as a strike is a safer means of expressing objection or disapproval concerning general or work-related issues. Social change, according to Brian Martin is necessary since the society possesses flaws; considering the fact that it exercises certain practices which entail long-term problems that end up unresolved like poverty among…

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On Loose Constructionism & Amending of the US Constitution

Article V of the United States Constitution affirms the sanction to modify the said law of the land; as stated: “The Congress, whenever two thirds of both Houses shall deem it necessary, shall propose Amendments to this Constitution, or, on the Application of the Legislatures of two thirds of the several States, shall call a…

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The Writ of Habeas Corpus: Its History, Purpose and Function Defined

The United States Constitution asserts that other than a circumstance which poses a threat to the public safety, the writ of habeas corpus cannot and should not be put off. As a newly-founded nation, the United States established the Constitution in which the writ of habeas corpus served as the nation’s essential groundwork in terms…

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A Decision Deemed Unnecessary

The dropping of atomic bombs in Hiroshima and Nagasaki during World War II was one of the most devastating events in history. Although the exact number of casualties in two of Japan’s cities will never be determined, there were approximately 150,000 and 75,000 people killed and wounded in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, respectively. Regardless of Japan’s…

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Legacies of Two Great Civilizations

The fertile river plains of Tigris and Euphrates as well as the Nile sustained the earliest civilizations which flourished in the area. These civilizations were said to be among the earliest and eventually became the models for the succeeding civilizations as years went by. They became the origins of the first governments as well as…

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An Architectural Splendor that was Hagia Sofia

The Hagia Sophia is considered as the world’s supreme paradigm of Byzantine architecture. This architectural design was created by a physicist named Isidorus of Miletus and a mathematician and architect named Anthemius of Tralles. The structure is said to be the largest church built by the Eastern Roman Empire in Constantinople and the largest functional…

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