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Et Tu, Barry?

How long will Americans put up with blatant hypocrisy on Obama's part? Does he have the backbone of a worm? Read More »

Book Review: Betrayers by Bill Pronzini

The Nameless Detective and his cohorts return for four more cases of personal detection and justice. Read More »

Book Review: Fear by Stefan Zweig

A woman experiences intense Fear, and is blackmailed by a witness to her adultery. Read More »

Jesse and Tiger, the Vet Will See You Now

Pleasure-seeking celebrities damage more than their marriages and families. Read More »

Book Review: The Language of Secrets by Dianne Dixon

A young man returns to the states to find family, only to discover that he's recorded as dead. Read More »

Betrayal, Forgiveness and Jesse James

A new way of looking at the idea of forgiveness. Read More »

Book Review: Daughters of the Witching Hill by Mary Sharratt

A story of powerfully strong women, friendship, betrayal and forgiveness. Read More »

Gonna Party Like It’s 2012 Tonight!

They have seen to it that there isn't much we can do about this dirty deal. Read More »

Ding! Dong! Recession’s Gone!

In simple Tea Bagger American, the wealthy aren't suffering the negative effects of the crashing economy as are we. Read More »

Book Review: The Story Sisters by Alice Hoffman

Three sisters with a childish belief in an underworld must face fate in the real world of everyday existence. Read More »