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TV Review: ‘Scandal’ – ‘The Price of Free and Fair Elections’

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Scandal's third season finale is a heck of a wild ride, rocketing along at top speed. Somehow, it manages to keep story and characters balanced while doing so. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Boys on the Bus’ by Timothy Crouse

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Nothing was off limits anymore to reporters -- a candidate's family, his donors, blunders, even medical history. Read More »

Interview with Jack L. Brody, Author of The Moroni Deception

“I tried to say some positive things that I could find whenever appropriate ... I did, though, want to work in as many true beliefs and historical facts as I could.” Read More »

Book Review: The Moroni Deception by Jack L. Brody

If you enjoyed The DaVinci Code, you'll love this one. In fact, think of it as The Mormon DaVinci Code. Read More »

My Father Built This: A Labor Day Reflection

"I built this" is an insult to the workers upon whose backs this country was built, especially today, Labor Day. Read More »

American Idiocracy: Todd Akin Edition

Senate candidate Todd Akin is far from fringe in this year's GOP. Read More »

Book Review: Snafu: A Tale of Presidential Election and a Girl

A timely book for every American politician, voter, and student of political science. Read More »

Book Review: Sympathy for the Devil by Justin Gustainis

Told from multiple points of view and in a quick, suspenseful pace, Sympathy for the Devil is pure entertainment! Read More »

The Secret Truth About the GOP Primary Field: There are Only Two Real Candidates

Right now, Tim Pawlenty and Mitt Romney are the only credible choices. Deal with it. Read More »

DVD review: The Making of the President: The 1960s

Athena's three-disk DVD set is a fascinating snapshot of one of the most turbulent times in U.S. political history. Read More »