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Movie review: ‘Nightcrawler’

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Jake Gyllenhaal delivers a mesmerizing performance in an entertaining noir about the sleazy underbelly of the L.A. news business. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Divide: American Injustice in the Age of the Wealth Gap’ by Matt Taibbi

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A wild ride through the 2008 economic meltdown that, six years later, still burns like an inextinguishable pile of tires in the hearts and heartlands of billions of people in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): ‘A Steady Rain’ by Keith Huff

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The Broadway hit makes its Los Angeles debut in an excellent production at the Odyssey Theatre Ensemble. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Rico: How Politicians, Prosecutors And The Mob Destroyed One Of The FBI’s Finest Special Agents’ by Joe Wolfinger and Chris Kerr with Jerry Seper

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Two retired FBI agents attempt to set the record straight on a disgraced agent who went up against the Patriarca mob family. Read More »

From Outside In

What is it that gives the NRA the power so easily to manipulate our legislative process? Read More »

Book Review: Cork Town by Ty Hutchinson

A cover up that reaches to the top in Detroit politics. Read More »

President Obama’s Green Cronies Made DNC Cameo: Beneficiaries of Billions of Taxpayer Money

The Solyndra saga is one big piece of evidence that President Obama’s clean energy is dirty. Read More »

Book Review: An African Affair by Nina Darnton

At an embassy party, reporter Lindsay Cameron begins to investigate a murder. Read More »

The Day American Democracy Suffered a Mortal Blow

Democracy in America died today. It just doesn't know it yet. Read More »

Book Review: In Pursuit Of Giants by Matt Rigney

This is a book filled with the love of the giants of the deep and also a warning that they might be gone far too soon. Read More »