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Stalin and Us | Nina Khrushcheva

Stalin's rehabilitation is under way.Read the rest of this entry »

October 27, 2014   1 Comment

CD Review: Sonny Landreth, From the Reach

The music on this CD is an homage to a lot of great guitarists - including Sonny himself. The slide guitar work is awesome. The album is a veritable cornucopia of talents, with guitarists like Mark Knopfler, Eric Clapton, Robben Ford, and Eric Johnson.Read the rest of this entry »

October 25, 2014   1 Comment

California: Where yes means yes – maybe!

The party of free love suddenly discovers that it isn’t exactly free. Fortunately, they know who will pay the bill and the collection agency is, naturally, the government.Read the rest of this entry »

October 24, 2014   2 Comments

World War Z – Audio Production (Abridged)

Even if you’re not into zombies, the world war z abridged audio production of World War Z is worth a listen.Read the rest of this entry »

October 22, 2014   No Comments

The Forgotten Conservative By John M. Pafford

At least eight biographies of Grover Cleveland have been written, most far more extensive than this one. However, for the reader whose knowledge of Cleveland is limited, as was this reviewer’s, it is sufficient. Or it could promote a desire to know more.Read the rest of this entry »

October 21, 2014   No Comments

The Johnstown Flood By David McCullough

Johnstown Flood
David McCullough is an exacting historian and a skilled writer. His biographies and accounts of significant structures and events are always absorbing. This reviewer had heard of the Johnstown Flood but knew little of the circumstances or the people involved. Somehow McCullough injects suspense into an event that occurred 125 years ago. Read the rest of this entry »

October 14, 2014   No Comments

Totalitarianism from Inside and Out

2 for 1 book review, with some observations on the side.Read the rest of this entry »

October 9, 2014   3 Comments

Book Review: Isaac’s Storm

Isaac's Storm is about the devastating Galveston hurricane of 1900, the nascent National Weather Service ... and their spectacular and criminal incompetence.Read the rest of this entry »

October 4, 2014   No Comments

Climate march of the tyrants

Lucky for most of us, the recent People’s Climate March skipped most of the world and settled in Manhattan and a few other places. There the climate change groupies performed, as they normally do, a parody of themselves.Read the rest of this entry »

September 29, 2014   8 Comments

Book Review: Thunderstruck

Erik Larson's Thunderstruck reads like a novel, but it isn't. It's a non-fiction history of the invention of wireless telegraphy and a famous murder. Read the rest of this entry »

September 27, 2014   No Comments