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Book Review: Boom! Voices of the Sixties Personal Reflections on the ’60s and Today by Tom Brokaw

The Sixties exploded onto the United States, and the repercussions of those years are still being felt, as shown in Tom Brokaw's new book. Read More »

Will a Lesser Known Candidate Steal the Democratic Nomination?

Could Senator Joe Biden's plain talk put him in position to steal the Democratic nomination? Read More »

Book Review: Red Moon Rising: Sputnik and the Hidden Rivalries that Ignited the Space Age by Matthew Brzezinski

This book focuses on the 1950s Cold War and space race, but the issues of then are not too different from now. Read More »

Part 2 – An Interview With Writer Kinky Friedman, Author of You Can Lead a Politician to Water, But You Can’t Make Him Think: Ten Commandments for Texas Politics

"Texans are big-hearted and they know that killing people is not our job." Read More »

Book Review: Sammy’s House by Kristin Gore

Readers will root for Sammy as she navigates her love life through cutthroat Washington, where the most innocuous event can be blown out of proportion. Read More »

Book Review: Rick Mercer Report: The Book by Rick Mercer

There's little new in this collection of blog posts and TV segment scripts, but it's worth it for Mercer's witty and wise perspective. Read More »

An Interview With Writer Kinky Friedman, Author of You Can Lead a Politician to Water, But You Can’t Make Him Think: Ten Commandments for Texas Politics

"I wrote this book for the same reason I ran for governor — to try to make Texas a better place." Read More »

Book Review: Crazy For God by Frank Schaeffer

A memoir with a warning for us all. Read More »

Book Review: Never Surrender by Michael Dobbs

The story of Sir Winston Churchill during his most trying of times. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: Shooting War by Anthony Lappe and Dan Goldman

Shooting War is a rousing war story with terrific suspense and enough political provocation to keep people talking for months. Read More »