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Reflections on Readings

Having just finished David Mamet’s The Secret Knowledge, I found I had a lot to think about, in fact much more than could be covered adequately within the scope of a review. It’s book that deserves a close reading and consideration within the scope of its subject — the dismantling of America’s culture.

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November 3, 2015   No Comments

Product Endorsement

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Yeah, I never do this. But, I really like this thing. So here's a rare review of something that is not a book!

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November 1, 2015   4 Comments

The Secret Knowledge: On The Dismantling of American Culture by David Mamet

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Mamet’s book is painful and beautiful in its clarity. It does not lay out quick fixes, optimism, or a cheerful outlook. What it does do, is to explain why the Left is what it is, how we got to where we are, and the way human beings function.

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November 1, 2015   1 Comment

Big Brother Meets Big Data

Big data enlisted in social engineering in China - coming to a country near you.

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October 20, 2015   1 Comment

Mindless Adherence To The New God of Equality

An interesting observation from a book reviewer.

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October 17, 2015   2 Comments

The Washingtons George and Martha By Flora Fraser

The Washingtons by Flora Fraser
Flora Fraser has written a moving account of The Washingtons as they weathered family tragedies, the Revolutionary War and the tumultuous early years of the United States.

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October 13, 2015   No Comments

About The Founding …

A conversation with Sergei.

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October 11, 2015   4 Comments

Henry Clay by Harlow Giles Unger

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Author, Harlow Giles Unger does not disappoint with his latest biography of American Statesman Henry Clay. Unger has made a successful second career as a very readable - and credible - biographer of noteworthy Americans from America's first century. In doing so, he fills an important void, producing interesting, well-written, and succinct-but-not-superficial biographies of noteworthy Americans (including Lafayette, who earned the designation.)

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September 30, 2015   No Comments

Ben Carson Does Not Believe a Muslim Should Be President – NBC News

GOP candidate Dr. Ben Carson tells Chuck Todd that the faith of a candidate should matter to voters and that Islam is not consistent with the Constitution.

Source: Ben Carson Does Not Believe a Muslim Should Be President – NBC



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September 21, 2015   Comments Off on Ben Carson Does Not Believe a Muslim Should Be President – NBC News

Knopfler Concert Review | Reb on the Red Line

I was going to review this show, but my son beat me to it (and probably did a better job.)

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September 18, 2015   2 Comments