Scars and Stripes: The Boston Bombing Unfurled
Boston has always maintained a sense of autonomy. Annexed by America’s epic battles for self-governance, the city remains an industriousness co-mingling of old and new world identity. Gem of the sea Irish pride still pervades Southie, while Dorchester, as distant from rice fields wide enough for a flock of storks to spread their wings across, is home to a new generation of Vietnamese émigrés. On | Read More »
No Excuse for the Obama Muse to Abuse!
OBAMA MEMOIRS by WM. AYERS, confident? Jack Cashill writes in American Thinker, “Prior to 1990, when Barack Obama contracted to write Dreams From My Father, he had written very close to nothing. Then, five years later, this untested 33 year-old produced what Time Magazine has called — with a straight face — “the best-written memoir ever produced by an American politician.” http://www.americanthinker.com/2008/10/whowrotedreamsfrommyfathe1.htmlWorldNetDaily.comSeptember 18, 2008 © | Read More »