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Interview with S.W. O’Connell, Author of ‘The Cavalier Spy’

"As a retired Army intelligence officer, I always imagined I’d write some kind of spy story."

Interview with author S.W. 'Connell, creator of the Yankee Doodle Spies series and "The Cavalier Spy". Read More »

Interview: Entertainment Lawyer William Leibowitz, Author of ‘Miracle Man’

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What if someone was born with an IQ of an unheard-of level of 550? And what if as a baby he was tossed in a trash can? Read More »

Book Review: `Phoenix Island’ by John Dixon


While only remotely connected to TV's 'Intelligence', John Dixon's 'Phoenix Island' is a parable about the individual fighting brutal oppression. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Intelligence’


The network television theme du jour seems to be “man-machines” or “machine-men” (AKA: The Six Million Dollar Man turns up in the 21st Century!) Fox’s new cop show Almost Human plays with this theme by creating an “almost human” android partnered with a tortured shell (lost humanity?) who has a synthetic leg. Now comes CBS’s mid-season series Intelligence, starring Josh Holloway ... Read More »

Book Review: ‘Smarter’ by Dan Hurley


'Smarter' is a lively account of current thinking in the field of intelligence. Read More »

Is It Time to Recognize Animals as Sentient Beings?

And if so, where does that leave me with my addiction to eating meat? Read More »

If Found Guilty, Bradley Manning Deserves a Very Long Prison Sentence

Manning may have thought he was doing the right thing, but the way he went about it is inexcusable and unforgivable. Read More »

Book Review: The Craft We Chose: My Life in the CIA by Richard Holm

The first words that doctor heard from Holm were, "I got out of there." Immediately followed by, "I have a briefcase, please take custody of it." Read More »

Book Review: The Social Animal: The Hidden Sources of Love, Character, and Achievement by David Brooks

In this hybrid bestseller, fact is more interesting than fiction. Read More »

One Secret Many Geniuses Have in Common

What do Galileo, Da Vinci, Jefferson, and Einstein all have in common? Besides being a genius, there is one common trait that they share. Read More »