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The Goodness in Lolita

I read the book again just before leaving college and it felt like I was reading the book for the very first time. Read More »

Politically-Correct Twain

Does a sanitized version of Twain's masterpieces accomplish anything? Read More »

Editing the Classics? Huck, No!

New Huckleberry Finn Edition to Get an N-Word-ectomy Read More »

Huckleberry Finn Without the “N-Word”

A new edition of Huckleberry Finn gets rid of all the insensitive words that have plagued the previous editions. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Heralds by Jon Cellini at Theatre Tribe

A Midwest newspaper cartoon offends creationists; the editor refuses to retract. An intriguing situation, but this production of Jon Cellini's new play gets mixed results. Read More »

Censoring Ruined My Grasp of Reality

There is no excuse for horrendous edits that ruin not only the plot, but children’s images of reality. Read More »

Celebrate Your Freedom to Read During Banned Books Week

Banning books from school libraries affects not only children, but society as a whole. Read More »

Katy Perry Scandalizes Toddlers

Wow! Who would have thought a fully dressed Katy Perry would incite lust in two-year-olds? Read More »

Freedom Of Expression Is Only For Those With Money

Net Neutrality is not the only threat to our usage of the Internet. Read More »

Book Review: Dangerously Funny: The Uncensored Story of “The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour” by David Bianculli

A in-depth yet readable look at the influence of this short-lived prime time network television series. Read More »