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Politics in the Past: Was There Ever Really a Time of Civility?

A look at the history of American politics, and the struggle to identify civility's role in it. Read More »

Book Review: The Year We Left Home by Jean Thompson

A sweeping emotional story of one American family during the tumultuous three decades at the end of the 20th century. Read More »

Racism – Alive and Well in the 21st Century

Isn't it sad that racism is still alive and well, even in the 21st century? You'd think America would have learned a better way by now. Read More »

Ten Best in the Eastern USA, 2010

A very personal look back at 2010’s best things to do, see, hear, and buy. Read More »

KORUS: Good for South Korea, but Who Else?

The KORUS trade pact is good for S. Korea, but who else benefits? Read More »

Book Review: The Mental Floss History of the United States by Erik Sass

American History made fun AND educational? Is that even possible? Read More »

Book Review: One Big Table by Molly O’Neill

Take a culinary trip through America, meet its best cooks, and learn the history of American foods with One Big Table. Read More »

Whose Freedom Are We Really Fighting For?

A Mosque By Any Other Name...Would Be A Community Center Read More »

Don’t Let the Mosque Grow Under Your Feet

That any religion has ever been the fuel for violent crimes is an indictment of its failure. Read More »

Movie Review: American: The Bill Hicks Story

The Goatboy Proper Documentarified. Hurrahs From All. Read More »