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DVD Review: All My Loving

You get the feeling that you’re not playing your instrument. It’s playing you. Read More »

We Need To Demand Our Country Be Given Back to We the People

We the People need to remember what We the People is all about. Read More »

Book Review: Spycraft: The Secret History of the CIA’s Spytechs from Communism to Al-Qaeda by Robert Wallace and H. Keith Melton, with Henry Robert Schlesinger

It’s not just magic. It’s magic on demand. Read More »

Interview with William Dietrich, Author of The Dakota Cipher

"My novels walk a tightrope between historical accuracy that is carefully researched and mystical speculation that is pure invention." Read More »

De la démocratie en Amérique, 2009

Redirecting the anger. Read More »

Monkey See, Monkey Persuaded

One of the "greatest commercials ever made" isn't exactly what it seems, and you may be surprised to find out why. Read More »

Book Review: An Unfinished Life: John F. Kennedy, 1917-1963 by Robert Dallek

Author Robert Dallek offers a biography that can serve as a starting point for students of JFK Read More »

Book Review: Comedy At The Edge: How Stand-Up In The 1970s Changed America by Richard Zoglin

Legendary Stand-Up Comics of the Seventies "Come Alive." Read More »

Obama Gives Back of His Hand to Wounded, Sick Veterans

America's veterans are being asked to pay again — in cash, this time. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): The Cambria by Donal O’Kelly

Frederick Douglass's 1845 voyage to Ireland becomes a richly fictionalized tale of colorful figures and high drama at sea. Read More »