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2013-04-01Book Review--Now They Call Me Infidel by Nonie Darwish0None
2013-03-04Book Review--The Sabres of Paradise0None
2012-12-28Killers kill--Guns are Tools0None
2012-12-18Guns, Mental Illness and the Right to bear Arms0None
2012-12-17The Evil In Our World0None
2012-12-11Our Fiscal Mess0None
2012-12-10Why all politicians should have a classical education before they are allowed to run for political office!!!!4None
2012-12-10In My Opinion Our Culture Is Changing For The Worse 0None
2012-12-10Multiple Myeloma--Blood Cancer0None
2012-11-18September 11, 2001-----September 11, 20122None
2012-11-16Islam's Virgins1None
2012-11-15Requiem for Burhannuddin Rabbani1None
2012-11-08The Roots of Obama's Rage By Dinesh D'Souza, (Review)0None
2012-11-08Readers Respond with their Favorite Quotes0None
2012-11-07PARAPROSDOKIANS6None
2012-11-07Readers send their Best Quotes1None
2012-11-07INEPTOCRACY0None
2012-11-07WSJ Notable and Quotable --Excerpt from Michael Cain's Biography on his Experience with Communism0None
2012-11-07Review of Peter J. Wallis Article In the Wall Street Journal 6None
2012-11-07Once, Twice, Three Times A Teacup--Liar! Krakauer's Expose`"Three Cups Of Deceit"1None
2012-11-07The European Voice Of The Wall Street Journal0None
2012-11-06The Wall Street Journal Reports on the EPA2None
2012-11-06Another Pearl Found In The Wall Street Journal7None
2012-11-06The Wall Street Journal Induces Me To Think About Orthodoxy and Islam1None
2012-11-06Are the New Democrats really the old Communists?0None
2012-11-04Sig's Blog Is Back0None

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Born in Germany in 1941, Sigrid Weidenweber remembers the horrific aftermath of Fascism. At the end of the war, she found herself living under Communism. Both of these totalitarian regimes left indelible marks on her psyche and a healthy distrust of government’s, usurping too many powers to control people, supposedly for their own good. After the Berlin Wall was built, she managed to escape the repressive environment with the help of friends and a French passport. To this day she does not speak French.

She holds degrees in medical technology, psychology and an Honorary Doctor of Letters from Concordia University of Portland, Oregon for her trilogy "The Volga Flows Forever."

 Her first published book, “Escaping the Twilight,” deals with aspects of medical anthropology in an Islamic culture. In her trilogy the Volga Flows Forever, she brings to life Catherine the Great in her multiple roles as monarch, woman--lover, mother, grandmother and head of the general staff of the army, in volume one. The following two historical volumes deal with the Volga Germans brought to Russia by Catherine's edict.  The last book, “From Gulag to Freedom,” describes the lives of Russian-Germans and minority populations under Stalin’s regime and the systematic eradication of these minorities. The last part of the book is a comparison of communism, Russia, versus free enterprise in the USA. The heroin of the book settles in Fresno, California.

Three years ago she moved to Santa Rosa Valley, California from Portland Oregon. She has passionately embraced California together with her family that also resides here.

Always active, lecturing on historical and anthropological subjects and being a part of arts and culture in Portland, Oregon, she bestrode the same path when she came to California and is active on the Northwest Symphony League Board.

At present she is writing a memoir of her early childhood during WW I and later young adulthood under Communism.

 

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