Obama Admits Communist “Schooled” him on White Racism In his 1995 book, Dreams from My Father, Barack Obama never discussed the identity of the mysterious “Frank” who had given him important advice on growing up black in what was described as a white racist world. We learned in 2008 that “Frank” was ... 04/12/2015 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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Obama betrays the left; cheers continued expansion of drug war, criminalization of plant-based medicine Local District Attorneys and prosecutors. Without the drug war to give them a juicy field of easy targets to prosecute, their careers would take a huge hit. It's so much harder to arrest real criminals than to go after pot smokers and raw milk farmers ... 04/15/2012 - 5:22 pm | View Link
Report: Rattner bio reveals Obama Administration wanted Ghosn to run GM Steven Rattner, former automotive adviser to President Barack Obama, has just written a juicy account of last year's automotive bailout, complete with insights on the coming and goings of CEOs, courting foreign saviors and the General Motors plan to ... 09/2/2010 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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Art collections can serve as windows into transcendent aesthetic experiences or as components of an investment portfolio. But occasionally their foremost function is as a pedagogical device, a quality that is alluded to in the title “Instill & Inspire: The John and Vivian Hewitt Collection of African-American Art.”
Speculative fiction isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. Tea drinkers, however, will happily drown in Mariam Petrosyan’s oversized samovar of a novel, “The Gray House.” Written over a period of 18 years and clocking in at 800 pages, the novel practically dares readers to step inside and stay awhile.
Arriving in the aftermath of the “political correctness” and “anti-sex feminism” decade of the 1980s, Camille Paglia’s “Sexual Personae” (1990) appeared as a bracing art historical treatise, remembered mainly for popularizing Friedrich Nietzsche’s “Apollonian” vs. “Dionysian” dichotomy (logic, analysis and organization vs. the emotion, irrationality and chaos), with the underlying argument that modern political and academic discourse was woefully at odds with the genuine experience and practice of sex.