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Book Review: ‘Pleasantville,’ A Novel of Suspense by Attica Locke


Locke has created a group of characters that are irascible and likable. Read More »

The Government By the People Act: Making It Even Better


The Government by the People Act has the potential to make it a lot easier for voters to make informed choices. We might even end up with a Congress worthy of our approval. Read More »

After SCOTUS Ruling, Congress Must Consider Revising 1965 Voting Rights Act


Congress needs to amend the 1965 Voting Rights Act to clarify when the Justice Department should intervene in states' election processes. Read More »

The Wake-Up Call of Fail Safe in 2012

Sidney Lumet's Fail Safe offers a perspective on the presidency never more relevant than it is here in 2012. Read More »

TV Review: The Newsroom – “112th Congress”

The Newsroom tackles the Tea Party and Koch Brothers during the 2010 Congressional elections, while tackling much bigger issues. Read More »

Something is Rotten in the Eurozone

The French and Greek elections showed faith in far-Left policies to correct the financial crisis. Did the British do the same? Read More »

The Importance of the Lilly Ledbetter Act

Do women deserve equal pay? Read More »

The American Anti-Renaissance: Overpopulation and a Declining National Dream

Do you believe that America's greatest problem is social, economic, or political in nature? If so, think again. Read More »

Equality Beyond Measure: Reconsidering the Legacy of Affirmative Action

Affirmative action was initiated to level the field for women and minorities. Has it honestly lived up to its purpose? Read More »

Land of the Free, Home of the Believers; Religion in America

With some calling America a Christian nation and others proclaiming it to be stridently secular, where does the truth lie? Read More »