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Interview: John Tirman, Author of 100 Ways America Is Screwing Up the World

"Much of the book is about the loss of solidarity, or community, in America, and how that leads to other regrettable things." Read More »

Book Review: 100 Ways America Is Screwing Up the World by John Tirman

Tirman understands America deserves some blame for what it has done in this world. But he also gives credit where credit is due. Read More »

Book Review: What Would the Founders Do? – Our Questions, Their Answers by Richard Brookhiser

On such issues as terrorism, judicial limits, and disaster preparedness, Richard Brookhiser offers exhaustive research to support some surprising his opinions. Read More »

Book Review: Defiance by Alex Konanykhin

An autobiographical tale of entrepreneurial life and political intrigue in the former Soviet Union. Read More »

Book Review: The Candidates Handbook For Winning State And Local Elections by Harvey Yorke (revised and updated by Carl Yorke)

First published in 1981, the book is a comprehensive guide to the nuts and bolts of campaigning. Read More »

Biblical Studies 101: Required Coursework for Ann Coulter

Of just what "God" is Ann Coulter speaking? Read More »

Is There a Vietnam-Iraq Connection?

Debate overlooks our clouded memory. Read More »

Book Review: The Central Liberal Truth: How Politics Can Change a Culture and Save it From Itself by Lawrence E. Harrison

I was sadly reminded of the general inefficacy of, in particular, US aid. Read More »

Book Review: Watchdogs of Democracy? – Helen Thomas

I would recommend to teachers, to non-history lovers, and to those who want a quick read to go through Watchdogs of Democracy?. Read More »

Book Review: F.U.B.A.R. – America’s Right-Wing Nightmare by Sam Seder and Stephen Sherrill

An amusing read for the target audience, or a means by which to win converts? Read More »