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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 »

Book Review: The Lazarus Project by Aleksandar Hemon

Two immigrants, a hundred years apart, both victims of social injustice, in a novel that would make every reader think. Read More »

Corruption in Spain is a Worrisome Issue

Over the last decade, corruption cases in Spain have increased significantly. Spaniards regard corruption to be a major problem, and 93 percent believe public administration to be corrupt. Read More »

How to Lose a City in Ten Steps, Part Twelve: A Blueprint for the Future

To close the series, the City of Maywood, CA has an important message. I propose a solution. Read More »

How to Lose a City in Ten Steps, Part Eleven: An All American Wasteland

With high crime, low aspirations, and little future, the city has an important lesson to share with all of us. Read More »

How to Lose a City in Ten Steps, Part Ten: The Meltdown

With too many social programs, too much crime, and too little revenue, the city is poised for a spectacular meltdown. Read More »

How to Lose a City in Ten Steps, Part Nine: The Politics of Perdition

With the politicians catering to illegals, new social programs cost far more than mere dollars. Read More »

How to Lose a City in Ten Steps; Part Eight: Election Season 2.0

As the city deteriorates, election season comes about and leaves a big impact on minds and wallets alike. Read More »

How To Lose A City in Ten Steps, Part Four: Police, Politics, and Citizens United

With the city in shambles, police learn the best way to deal with crime; ignoring it. What? Read More »

How To Lose A City in Ten Steps, Part Three: Crime but No Punishment

With lax law enforcement, the city is attracting a criminal clientele. What will become of the already non-working stiffs? Read More »