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posted a Quick Tip about The World America Made. March 03, 2012
The World America Made
Readable but not highly exciting. It entails the power shift and dominance position of the U.S. to multi nations. A book written more for American audience, imho. It has less pages than many of books …
posted a Quick Tip about Currency Wars. March 03, 2012
Currency Wars
If there is only one book you're going to get this weekend or month, then this is THE book to get. It sells for 1/3 the price if it's an ebook version and it is one for keeps.     Currency …
posted a Quick Tip about Endgame. March 03, 2012
An excellent read. Again, it's about Wall Street and all that's happening in the world of mega-debts right now. Many repercussions unforeseen by the public at large and if you don't want to be troubled …
posted a Quick Tip about The Big Short. March 03, 2012
The Big Short
Especially fascinating and enthralling to those who is/was working in the investment field. This is a book by Michael Lewis before his latest book "Boomerang" and is equally interesting and readable. …
reviewed Simpler Living: A Back to Basics Guid.... February 21, 2012
Simpler Living: A Back to Basics Guide to Cleaning, Furnishing, Storing, Decluttering, Streamlining, Organizing, and More
This is a great book for people who want a few quick tips on how to organize various things in their life. What made this book different for me though was the way that the information was presented. I …
reviewed Shaq Uncut: My Story. February 11, 2012
Shaq Uncut: My Story
   When I told someone I was reading Shaquille O'Neal's new autobiography they laughed and said: "Why? His life has been an open book." I had to chuckle. While it is true there …
posted a Quick Tip about A Beautiful Mind: The Life of Mathema.... January 24, 2012
While there was a lot of poetic license in depicting John Nash in the movie, Russell Crowe's acting was brilliant.
posted a Quick Tip about Boomerang: Travels in the New Third W.... January 22, 2012
Boomerang: Travels in the New Third World
An excellent read. One that I couldn't let go until I completed the book in its entity! Highly entertaining and informative. It's available on both Kobo and iBook. One of the top sellers of 2011! …
Westmoreland: The General Who Lost Vietnam
   In a hierarchy, every employee tends to rise to his level of incompetence. – Laurence J. Peter in The Peter Principle, 1969.      If there is a theme to this biography …
reviewed Kardashian Konfidential. January 20, 2012
Kardashian Konfidential by by Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian and Khloé Kardashian
        Kardashian Konfidential       Reviewed by Fran Lewis       Sisters: never were there such devoted sisters as the …
posted a Quick Tip about The Five Love Languages: How to Expre.... December 21, 2011
5 languages
Love this book. No wonder it's so highly recommended! I've never thought about this aspect of relationships before, but Gary Chapman divvies up and explains everything so well. Very highly recommended …
reviewed The New New Rules: A Funny Look at Ho.... December 21, 2011
posted in Politics Your Way
The New New Rules: A Funny Look at How Everybody But Me Has Their Head Up Their Ass
If George Carlin were still around and took a political affiliation, then he would be Bill Maher! Bill uses George's same brand of humor and spins it to his his left-wing point of view. Most of the …
reviewed America's Game. December 21, 2011
America's Game
Note: I first wrote this review for Epinions in early 2006.    Americans live in Footballworld. I myself live in Footballtown number four. (Buffalo, New York - four AFC titles in a …
reviewed Disintegration: The Splintering of Bl.... December 10, 2011
Disintegration: The Splintering of Black America
Central to the thinking of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was his vision of what he referred to as the "Beloved Community" which was essentially "a completely integrated society, a community …
reviewed Why Has America Stopped Inventing?. December 03, 2011
Why Has America Stopped Inventing?
Author Darin Gibby is a patent lawyer who has become increasingly frustrated with the cumbersome patent process here in the United States.  He believes that the unreasonably …
reviewed Dethroning The King: The Hostile Take.... November 26, 2011
Dethroning The King: The Hostile Takever of Anheuser-Busch, An American Icon
The company had been an institution in the city of St. Louis for more than a century.  As the story begins to unfold in 2008 Anheuser-Busch was still a global icon and the last of the major brewers …
reviewed A Sea In Flames: The Deepwater Horizo.... November 17, 2011
A Sea In Flames: The Deepwater Horizon Oil Blowout
Carl Safina sounds angry and Lord knows he has a right to be.  As a noted author and highly-respected conservationist Safina was simultaneously sickened and emotionally devastated by just about everything …
reviewed Empires of Food: Feast, Famine, and t.... November 12, 2011
Empires of Food: Feast, Famine, and the Rise and Fall of Civilizations
"About our food empire, the doomsayers will continue to grumble while the optimists put their faith in technology or God.  The pessimists at least have the backing of history.  For ten …
reviewed Red Alert: How China's Growing Prospe.... November 03, 2011
Red Alert: How China's Growing Prosperity Threatens The Aermican Way of Life
"China's aggressive actions in Africa and elsewhere to secure long-term supplies of increasingly scarce natural resources have implications well beyond what Americans pay for their gasoline, cell phones, …
reviewed Suicide of A Superpower: Will America.... October 28, 2011
Suicide of A Superpower: Will America Survive to 2025?
Imagine an America where every major city from coast-to coast looks like Los Angeles.  Sound far-fetched?  According to author, syndicated columnist and conservative political commentator Pat …
reviewed The Great American Awakening: Two Yea.... October 21, 2011
posted in Politics Your Way
The Great American Awakening: Two Years That Changed American, Washington, and Me
When Jim DeMint of South Carolina was elected to the United States Senate in 2004 he hardly expected to become a household name.  After all, DeMint had represented South Carolina's 4th Congressional …
reviewed William F. Buckley Jr: The Maker Of A.... October 14, 2011
William F. Buckley Jr: The Maker Of A Movement
According to those who knew him best these were the three guiding principles in the extraordinary life of William F. Buckley Jr.  It can be argued that from his days as an undergraduate at Yale until …
reviewed How To Survive The Titanic or The Sin.... October 12, 2011
How To Survive The Titanic or The Sinking of J. Bruce Ismay
In the Congressional investigation that was conducted in New York City just days after the tragic sinking of the Titanic in April 1912 J. Bruce Ismay claimed that he was nothing more than a passenger …
reviewed Living Large: From SUVs to Double Ds,.... September 23, 2011
Living Large: From SUVs to Double Ds, Why Going Bigger Isn't Going Better
Frankly, I could never quite understand the mentality.  When I was growing up it was every parents dream that their children would simply have a bit better life than the one that they experienced. …
reviewed The Black Banners: The Inside Story o.... September 18, 2011
The Black Banners: The Inside Story of 9/11 and
I’ve made it a point to never pen a review immediately after finishing a book.  I do this because, as a critic, I don’t want to feel as if I’m unintentionally overrating or underrating …
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