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Bridge-gate and Chris Christie: Governor’s Presidential Ambitions Are Toast


A truly pernicious personal vendetta on a bridge named for George Washington resulted in more than inconvenience. This is a case of our worst fears about the abuse of power becoming a reality. Read More »

New NYC Mayor de Blasio and Mike Bloomberg – A Tale of Two Cities

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Mayor de Blasio has rightly called the last 12 years a “Tale of Two Cities,” and obviously this is a salient observation for anyone who has lived her under Lord Bloomberg’s rule. The disparity between the haves and have-nots was never more apparent than under his watch. Read More »

Sustaining the Environment, One Step at a Time.

Michael Reynolds

A Conference at Omega Institute highlighted what others are doing to move toward prosperous, resilient and sustainable communities that are beneficial for the environment. Read More »

Bill Clinton Raises the Roof at the Democratic Convention

Former President Bill Clinton knocked them dead as the Democratic convention continues. Read More »

The Curious Choice of Bill Clinton

With a failing economy staring him in the face, Barack Obama is casting about for an identity that allows him to escape responsibility. Bill Clinton is the wrong persona. Read More »

Book Review: Enemies: A History of the FBI by Tim Weiner

An eye-opening account. Read More »

DVD Review: The War Room (1993)

Twenty years after Bill Clinton won the presidency, The War Room still evokes the dramatic excitement of the political moment. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The War Room – The Criterion Collection

This intensely compelling documentary on the political process is given a superb package. Read More »

Book Review: The Spy Who Jumped Off The Screen by Thomas Caplan

The world's biggest movie star turns action hero spy to save the world from stolen nukes. Read More »

Book Review: How to Become A Scandal by Laura Kipnis

How to Become A Scandal is fun, but not quite scandalous enough for its own good. Read More »