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Book Review: ‘The Patriarch: The Remarkable Life and Turbulent Times of Joseph P. Kennedy’ by David Nasaw

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What Caesar was to Rome, Joseph P. Kennedy was to America. Read More »

Book Review: Winter of the World by Ken Follett

Five families witness changes in history through the eyes of their children. Read More »

Amerinomics, Part Four: The Fall of the American System

From the Federal Reserve Act to the Smoot-Hawley Tariff, the economic system that brought America to prosperity was destroyed. Read More »

Obama is Correct But for the Wrong Reason

President Obama is right: it will take more than one president to fix our economy. Read More »

Book Review: Eleanor Roosevelt’s Life of Soul Searching and Self Discovery by Ann Atkins

First in a series called “Flash Biography,” Ann Atkins' brief biography of first lady Eleanor Roosevelt is aimed at the young adult genre audience. Read More »

Disdain for Herman Cain and His Ilk

The successful over 40 love to tout the successes they garnered during a system that is no longer in place. Read More »

Book Review: Blondie: The Complete Daily Strips 1930 – 1933 by Chic Young

A magnificent collection of the first three years of Blondie comic strips. Read More »

Where Have All the Positive Leaders Gone?

In these tough economic times, we need leaders who are positive and supportive, not negative and pessimistic. Read More »

Book Review: Half Broke Horses by Jeannette Walls

With a pen that glows with brilliance, Walls, writing in Half Broke Horses is bedazzling. Read More »

Uncle Sam is a Subprime Deadbeat

The United States’ government is broke, propped up only by a cabal of legal counterfeiters. Read More »