BOOK REVIEW: Government Girl, by Stacy Parker Aab

The Washington memoir, in which leading members of the political establishment dish on their experiences in political campaigns or presidential administrations past, is a staple of the D.C. scene. Former presidents, cabinet members, and senior administration members, architects of controversial policies,...

Book Review: Ellery’s Protest by Stephen D. Solomon

On the morning of November 26th, 1956, Ellery Schempp would engage in a small act of protest that would suck the nation into political and theological turmoil that exists to this day.  In his homeroom at Abington Senior Highschool in Abington Township, a suburb to the north of Philadelphia, during the...

Interview With Judith Howard

Earlier this month I had the utmost pleasure to read and review for you guys the book Category 5, by Judith Howard and Ernest Zebrowski. Little did I know that such an undertaking would put me in direct contact with one of the coauthors. Judith Howard, as it turns out, is a perfectly charming lady, easy to...

Book Review: Category 5 The Story Of Camille by Ernest Zebrowski & Judith A. Howard

‘That’s funny,’ I thought as I began to open the University of Michigan press package. I knew what it was, my copy of Alice Rothchild’s Broken Promises, Broken Dreams, but there was something off, the package was too big. A curious frown on my face I dug out the expected paper back,...

Book Review: Broken Promises, Broken Dreams by Alice Rothchild

One of the nastiest, most volatile debates in our country today, and perhaps around the world, is the one regarding Israeli-Palestinian relations. There is no safeground, no amicable middle. When engaging in the perilous landscape of the fate of the West Bank or the Gaza strip, a single misstep could result...

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