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reviewed An Open Letter To Our Leaders in Wash.... June 17, 2009
It is true.  Sometimes an average citizen can make a difference.  Janet is a grandmother who resides in California.  She is a patriotic American who is frightened by what she sees going …
reviewed Sean Hannity. June 15, 2009
Sean Hannity
I never quite understood the appeal.  Sean Hannity is the host of the second most listened to radio program in the nation.  And while I agree with with Sean on a good many of the issues …
reviewed Vampires in Pop Culture. June 05, 2009
Aaliyah & Stewart Townsend in Queen of the Damned
One of the most popular monsters ever to grace the silver screen perhaps is non other than the vampire. How the vampire has somehow managed to survive in the art world could very well be a great mystery …
Washington: The Making of the American Capital
As it turns out it was a far more complicated process than I ever imagined.  For the most part, folks in the Northeast wanted our nation's Capital to remain in New York City. Meanwhile, the people …
reviewed Same-Sex Marriage. June 03, 2009
Same-Sex Marriage
Contest To Rename the Marriage License   GOAL: To find a name the religious right and the homosexuals can tolerate, understand and accept.  Choices are: 1.          …
reviewed The Kennedy Legacy: Jack, Bobby, and .... May 26, 2009
Kennedy Legacy
While this book is titled "The Kennedy Legacy," the subtitle should really be something along the lines of "How Jack and Bobby's deaths help make Teddy a star." Not that I mind: I'm a fan of Ted Kennedy …
reviewed Frost/Nixon. May 19, 2009
posted in Movie Hype
As historical fiction, this film is wonderful. I'm a history buff and I love seeing these critical moments in history dramatized. However, audiences that normally would never watch a documentary about …
reviewed The Army of the Republic: A Novel. May 17, 2009
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Stuart Archer Cohen's new novel is, to say the least, polarizing. His world view and philosophical outlook inform both the message and the tone of the book. So, needless to say, some readers are not going …
reviewed Frost/Nixon. May 15, 2009
posted in Movie Hype
Pros: Supporting cast      Cons: Very dull storyline      The Bottom Line: Even if you are a Nixon/Watergate buff, this isn't required watching.  If you …
reviewed Censored 2009: The Top 25 Censored St.... May 14, 2009
Censored 2009: The Top 25 Censored Stories of 2007-08 (Censored)
Here is another compendium of news stories that were under-reported (or un-reported) by the mainstream news media. Did you know that over 20,000 private companies are working with the FBI to collect and …
reviewed Three Cups of Tea. May 05, 2009
Three Cups of Tea: One Man's Mission to Promote
This book is mainly a biography of Greg Mortenson's life as written by David Oliver Relin. Much of the book takes place in the USA. For most of the book, only glimpses are given into what life is like …
reviewed State of Play. May 05, 2009
State of Play
I very much enjoyed this movie.  Something about the inherent drama of the newsroom really set the stage.  The current day tie ins (insider politics, corporate conspiracies not to mention the …
reviewed State of Play. May 04, 2009
State of Play
As a former newspaper reporter, I knew my entertainment choices this weekend were between two journalist-centric movies -- "The Soloist" and "State of Play." I went with the latter, which seemed more …
reviewed Frost/Nixon. April 30, 2009
This detailed recreation of David Frost's 1977 interviews with President Nixon is surprisingly engaging. The movie takes us back to a time when Presidents didn't pop up on every channel on a daily basis …
reviewed Frost/Nixon. April 26, 2009
posted in Movie Hype
FROST/NIXON is one of the most successful screen adaptations of a play yet made. Perhaps that is due in part to the fact that the popular stage play by Peter Morgan was revised for the screen by the playwright, …
reviewed Barack, Inc.: Winning Business Lesson.... April 23, 2009
Barack, Inc.: Winning Business Lessons of the
Barack Obama is one of the most amazing Cinderella stories in American history. Whether you are a supporter or a hater of the President, it can be safely said with absolute certainty that this unknown …
reviewed Laissez Faire is French. April 17, 2009
This article offers a European  critique of the current economic crisis in the U.S.    Europeans point out that U.S. monetary authorities kept interest rates too low for too long because …
reviewed The Obama Revolution. April 16, 2009
The Obama Revolution
The Obama Revolution is an insightful and wonderful look into not only President Obama and what he stands for (i.e. policies, beliefs, etc) but also the inner workings of a political campaign. This is …
reviewed Barack, Inc.: Winning Business Lesson.... April 15, 2009
Barack, Inc.: Winning Business Lessons of the
Barry Libert and Rick Faulk decided to make a bit of hay in the sunny aftermath of the Obama campaign. If you need to read this book to understand what Obama accomplished, you REALLY need to read this …
reviewed Frost/Nixon. April 14, 2009
posted in Movie Hype
Adapted from the fairly successful stage play, FROST/NIXON is a fictionalized account of the interview process and sessions that took place between world media darling David Frost (Michael Sheen) and …
reviewed Frost/Nixon. April 11, 2009
What a mightily enjoyable film.     Frank Langella renders Richard Nixon as slower, older and heftier than he really was; somewhere between a punch drunk prize fighter and a waning …
reviewed The Army of the Republic: A Novel. April 10, 2009
Book Cover
I don't know where to start. I was completely blown away by this book. ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC is similar to FIGHT CLUB, only bigger, grander, and more organized. Everything in FIGHT CLUB is in this book, …
reviewed Sarah Palin. April 08, 2009
Sarah Palin Headshot
Hating on Sarah Palin is old news, I know (for liberals at least). Just wanted to say how much my past disgust with her still resonates with me.  Today I asked my coworker to pick up a pack …
reviewed Frost/Nixon. April 07, 2009
Richard Nixon was, without a doubt, one of the worst presidents the United States has ever had, period. His few successes, such as opening up China, are only bare successes and are vastly overshadowed …
This is a very fun book. Whether you love him or hate him, Jesse is an interesting fellow with lots of interesting points of view about politics and life. Here he talks about his days as Governor of Minnesota …
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