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RIA Novosti: Soros’s War, by Daniel Zobov

Those of you who follow my blog will remember that Kevin Annett’s work has exposed Soros as participating in Satanic cults’ rituals of horror on children. 666 more words


Quote on a writer's ideal neighborhood

Even if my Manhattan productivity is powered by a sociopathic illusion of my own limitlessness, I’m thankful for it, at least when I’m writing. There’s a reason so many writers once lived here, beyond the convenient laundromats and the take-out food, the libraries and cafés.

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Manhood VS. Marriage: A Quick Film Tip

Yesterday The New York Review of Books published “Manhood Against Marriage” by Francine Prose, a review of Ruben Östlund’s new film Force Majeure… 100 more words


Worth Reading: On Work

Occasionally, I read an article that I think is particularly enlightening. Today’s recommendation is such an article. It is a review of two books on the role of equity finance (or what we used to call LBO ) in the debasing of labor. 230 more words

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Martin Scorsese's 'The 50 Year Argument' Is a Love Letter to Intellectuals

There is a lot of reading in The 50 Year Argument, a documentary about the venerable institution The New York Review of Books and its 50-year history of being engaged with the world. 464 more words