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Republican Trouble In Palin Country

The only thing more interesting than the Democrat winning is if the incumbent Republican does. Read More »

Interview with Tales of Woe Author John Reed

“My experience in life is that if you go around expecting justice ... it just leads to a lot of unhappiness.” - John Reed Read More »

Write On, Lisa: Why Rational Republicans Should Support Murkowski In Her Bid to Retain Sanity

With Lisa Murkowski's revived bid to retain her U.S. Senate seat, rational Republicans are presented an unexpected opportunity. Read More »

You Might Not Be Able to Roller Skate in a Buffalo Herd, Or So I’ve Heard

A broken car teaches a life lesson. Read More »

Book Review: How Did You Get This Number by Sloane Crosley

Sloane Crosley entertains with honesty, irony, and humor, all in the proper proportions. Read More »

Death Of A Senator, A Spark Of Bipartisanship

In the outpouring over Alaska Republican's passing, flashes of true feeling. Read More »

Music Review: 36 Crazyfists – Collisions and Castaways

Adventure favours the bold. Read More »

Interview with Author David Vann

Grace Paley Prize winning author David Vann discusses metaphor, Chaucer, writing, adventure, and grief in the context of his book Legend of a Suicide. Read More »

Book Review: Legend of a Suicide by David Vann

The power of David Vann's writing unearths the layers formed by a single tragedy in his story collection, Legend of a Suicide. Read More »

Book Review: Going Rogue: An American Life by Sarah Palin

Chapter 4: “Going Rogue” (All about the Steve Schmidt). Why was this chapter really full of Schmidt? Read More »