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Interview: João Cerqueira, Author of ‘The Tragedy of Fidel Castro’


"I love making up stories. I create a world; I people it with characters; I unleash conflicts and offer solutions (that don’t always work)." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Iron Curtain: The Crushing of Eastern Europe, 1944-1956′ by Anne Applebaum


Filling a historical gap, vividly and in detail. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Strange Rebels: 1979 and the Birth of the 21st Century’ by Christian Caryl


Historical change tends to happen in big leaps, rather than by gradual evolution. Read More »

An Inquiry Into the Human Prospect: an Overview, Part Two

Capitalism and socialism are virtually indistinguishable from the standpoint of being able to respond to the challenges facing the human prospect. Read More »

Book Review: Weiwei-isms by Ai Weiwei

Weiwei-isms is a pocket-sized reminder of what it is to be human and bear true witness to the world we live in. Read More »

The America They Believe In Part 3: America’s Slide To Socialism?

Peterffy argues a Democratic victory in November and sets the stage for 'socialist takeover' in the U.S. Should we heed his warning? Read More »

Book Review: Goodbye, Dracula!: The Story of a Transylvanian Defector by Traian Nicola

Goodbye, Dracula! is a fascinating memoir about life in Communist Romania in the 1950's, '60s and '70s. Read More »

DVD Review: Fidel

Powerful 1969 documentary of Fidel Castro. Read More »

In the Name of Jesus

Anti-Jesus religion. Read More »

Food in America: An Entitlement?

Americans are starving, too. Read More »