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Race and IQ

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke2/16/18
A High School Science Fair Project Ignites a Storm  •  We don’t know the student’s name, but we do know that he hit a nerve — in fact, he hit a whole bunch of them. Identified only as a boy of Asian descent at C.K. McClatchy High School in California, the teen’s recent science-fair project, “Race and IQ,” More » • (69 views)

Posted in Politics | 16 Comments

Book Review: Leak: Why Mark Felt Became Deep Throat

Kunk Fu Zoby Kung Fu Zu2/14/18
By Max Holland  •  Lest people believe that FBI high-ups leaking like a sieve for their own personal agenda is something new, I would like to recommend readers peruse the pages of Max Holland’s Leak: How Mark Felt Became Deep Throat. More » • (96 views)

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Book Review: The Mandibles: A Family, 2029 – 2047

by Jon N. Hall2/13/18
Whenever Congress has their predictable little spats over raising the debt ceiling so they can avoid triggering yet another government shutdown, some members raise the disquieting prospect of “default.” More » • (29 views)

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Book and Movie Review: Exodus

by Steve Lancaster2/3/18
This is a book and movie that could not be done in 2018 or anytime in the last 30 years. Exodus by Leon Uris was published in 1958. When it was released it became the largest best seller since the publication of Gone with The Wind in 1939. More » • (120 views)

Posted in Book Reviews, Movie Reviews | 23 Comments

Huddled Masses Yearning for Free Stuff

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke2/2/18
Time to Remove Socialist “Huddled Masses” Plaque from Statue of Liberty • With storied statues having come down from sea to shining sea the past year, it’s time for the same to happen with something somewhat newer: the socialist-born plaque in the Statue of Liberty’s pedestal. More » • (82 views)

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TV Series Review: Magic City

by Brad Nelson1/26/18
I’ll tell you right off the bat that I’m probably going to hell for watching this series. It’s a dark, somewhat pornographic, gangster-violence series. You may need to take a shower after watching it. More » • (49 views)

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Whatfinger News

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke1/18/18
What the Drudge Report Was Meant to Be  •  In this anti-establishment age, people are increasingly moving toward anti-establishment news sources. Many good examples exist, but as far as news aggregators go, one stands out: Whatfinger News (Whatfinger.com). More » • (153 views)

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Truth on DACA

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke1/18/18
We’ve Already Granted Amnesty to These Illegals  •  In our through-the-looking-glass world, we so often view matters backwards without even realizing it. Take DACA (actually, leave it), where even many conservatives consider it a given More » • (84 views)

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Series Review: Electric Dreams

by Steve Lancaster1/13/18
By Phillip K. Dick  •  This is an original series from Dr. Evil (Jeff Bezos) Amazon. I have watched the first four of ten stories. I say stories as they lay out as short stories in a book. More » • (205 views)

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Book Review: A Deadly Shade of Gold

Kunk Fu Zoby Kung Fu Zu1/3/18
By John D. MacDonald  •  Travis McGee, a self-proclaimed “Salvage Specialist”, receives a phone call from a long-lost friend, Sam, who needs help. Of course, McGee obliges and meets his friend in a seedy hotel. The friend’s story includes travels from Florida to the West and eventually to the Baja peninsula of Mexico. More » • (100 views)

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Book Review: Lord Kalvan of Otherwhen

by Timothy Lane1/7/18
This was the last work by the late SF author H. Beam Piper (though not the last to appear), being printed the year after he committed suicide. It started as a story in his future history, but editor John W. Campbell suggested he put it in a different series More » • (74 views)

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Life Can Be Wonderful

Kunk Fu Zoby Kung Fu Zu1/3/18
Watching the New Year’s Day Concert at the Musikverein in Vienna, reminded me of some wonderful things which took place many years ago.  My experience attests to the fact that, one can never know when or where beauty and serendipity will strike. More » • (103 views)

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