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Interview: Dr. Jim Bailey, Author of ‘The End of Healing’

"The End of Healing is about a heroic young physician’s quest to follow the money into the dark underworld of a corrupt healthcare industry."

"You have to write about something that you care about -– something that you care about a lot — or it will never resonate and you will never be able to finish." Read More »

Eric Holder: Biting The Hand That Protects You


Holder and the DOJ came up with a slew of statistics pertaining to tickets and arrests of black people that tries to make it look like the Ferguson Police Department is indistinguishable from the Ku Klux Klan. Read More »

Op-Ed: Misplaced Fury In Ferguson


It’s all so preposterous because most Americans, black and white, understand the reality of black social pathology and it has little or nothing to do with white cops. Read More »

The Kelly Files: White Christmas, White Santa


Megyn Kelly looks into the television camera and speaks in a manner that suggests she thinks there are only white children in Santa Claus’s world. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Quick With Flies’ by Jessica Schneider

Quick With Flies

Yet who will film Jessica Schneider's book, and be the first to hee-haw and misinterpret her? Read More »

Book Review: ‘Telegraph Avenue’ by Michael Chabon

Ulf Andersen Portraits - Michael Chabon

A wonderful celebration of the glorious mess of life and community. Read More »

Holly Black and Sarah Reece Brennan Offer Advice on Crafting Diversity in Fantasy


Two YA fantasists discuss the dynamics of diversity. Read More »

Book Review: Is ‘Black’ Really Beautiful?: Dehumanizing and Intentional Ethics of Descriptions and Vilifying Philosophies of Naming by Kuir ë Garang


The subject is touchy to many and talked about on a realistic level by very few. Read More »

The Last Voyage of Ray Harryhausen


Sinbad sails again in a film honoring the late great visual effects pioneer Ray Harryhausen. Read More »

Black, White, East, West

This perilous world that so many of us yearn to change is the inevitable consequence of the color line. Read More »