Seth Forman is author of Race and Politics in the Age of Obama (forthcoming, Booklocker) and Blacks in the Jewish Mind: A Crisis of Liberalism (New York University Press) among other books, and blogs at He has written for such publications as, Weekly Standard, the American, Academic Questions, Gotham Gazette, Partisan Review, Newsday, The American Scholar, American Jewish History, and Midstream. He writes his own blog at and is currently Research Associate Professor at Stony Brook University and an adjunct Professor of Social Science at Suffolk County Community College. He is also the Chief Planner for the Long Island Regional Planning Council. His opinions and editorials are not associated with any of these institutions.


    Great Interview with Author on Race and President Obama

    Listen to John Derbyshire’s interview with Seth Forman, author of American Obsession: Race and Conflict in the Age of Obama. Link here:

    Five Arguments Against Gay Marriage

    New York State, the media report with poorly disguised elation, is set to legally redefine marriage to include relationships between two same-sex adults. Before this happens, people of good conscience, supporters and opponents both, should at least be given the opportunity to consider the possible consequences. [this is just bad form. You’re using our site as nothing more than a billboard. Do it again and | Read More »

    Media Ignore’s Charlie Sheen’s Politics

    The media’s faux fascination with the craziness of Charlie Sheen is contrived. There was quite a bit of evidence that Charlie Sheen was a mad man before his recent, drug-induced mental breakdown. But the media was uninterested when the madness included the vocalization of a view point that could only damage a cause they deem vital: the continuing demonization of George W. Bush. Read More | Read More »