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


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

Book Review: That Book about Harvard: Surviving the World’s Most Famous University, One Embarrassment at a Time by Eric Kester

That Book About Harvard is both hilarious and touching and an amazingly honest memoir of one student's freshman year. Read More »

Book Review: The Technologists by Matthew Pearl

A novel about the first class of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Read More »

MSNBC’s Black Agenda: Perms, Afros, and Ed Schultz

MSNBC's "Black Agenda” gave viewers clowns on parade and coonery at every turn. Read More »

Michael Crichton, 10-23-1942 – 11/4/2008

"Michael was a gentle soul who reserved his flamboyant side for his novels. There is no one in the wings who will ever take his place." —Steven Spielberg on Michael Crichton's death. Read More »

Movie Review: The Social Network

Mark Zuckerberg programs drunk as a skunk while he tames the Internet jungle to co-found Facebook. Read More »

Book Review: The Facebook Effect: The Inside Story Of The Company That Is Connecting The World by David Kirkpatrick

The short, phenomenal history of Facebook is laid out in this fine new tome. Read More »

Book Review: Brother West — Living and Loving Out Loud: A Memoir by Cornel West and David Ritz

Cornel West: a modern-day Peter Abelard, in demand by the best and doing his fire-breathing duty to the rest Read More »

Book Review: Pirate Latitudes by Michael Crichton

Experience life as a pirate without getting your feet wet! Read More »

A Fear of Our Own

A president takes a big risk when he demeans those who protect this country and enforce its' laws. Read More »