if you think Washington’s annual “nerd prom” has been rather tame of late, take another look at Stephen Colbert’s I Am America (And So Can You!) which includes the complete text of his remarkable, historic, and hilarious speech from the 2006 dinner.
In Transgender Complete: A Virtual Handbook, author Joanne Borden explores the topic from multiple angles in order to create better public understanding.
“Chewie, we’re home!” To tide you over until the new film’s Christmas release, check out The Making Of Star Wars, the true story behind the original film.
Hillary Clinton’s 2014 memoir of her tenure as Secretary of State, Hard Choices was viewed by many as an opening salvo in her all-but-guaranteed second campaign for the White House, a campaign which has now officially begun.
Michael Shaara’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, The Killer Angels, is a masterpiece of historical fiction and a portrait of our nation that remains relevant.
In David Crist’s 2013 book ‘The Twilight War: The Secret History of America’s Thirty-Year Conflict With Iran,’ he examined the possibility of a nuclear program deal.
It has not been a great week for Indiana. The state and its leaders came under fire for the passage of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, a particularly insidious piece of legislation that many saw as an umbrella protecting and empowering anyone who wanted to discriminate against LGBT citizens under the pretext of invoking Christian faith. Among […]
When Mad Men is over, check out ‘From Those Wonderful Folks Who Gave You Pearl Harbor,’ an irreverent inside look at the 1960s world of advertising.
Harry Reid’s 2009 memoir, ‘The Good Fight: Hard Lessons from Searchlight to Washington,’ chronicles his journey from poverty to the Senate floor.
George Takei has been a forceful presence at the intersection of social media activism and LGBT advocacy for years. His new book is ‘To The Stars.’
‘A History of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict’ is an exhaustive, thorough examination of one of the most intractable, destructive clashes in our time.
‘The New Jim Crow’ examines the new underclass and the failed promise of ‘post-racial’ society.