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‘Doctor Deplorable’ Shakes Up Liberal Kiddie Books
9 months ago

‘Doctor Deplorable’ Shakes Up Liberal Kiddie Books

When my children were young I read to them every chance I could.

My favorite read-aloud books entertained and educated my kids, contained interesting illustrations and had text that tickled …
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Author: Here’s What’s Missing in Dystopian Stories
10 months ago

Author: Here’s What’s Missing in Dystopian Stories

If you’re Gen X or older, the former Soviet Union and its tyranny are quite familiar to you.

But how many of us know what life was like in the …
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Doc Turned Author Ready for Culture War Fight
11 months ago

Doc Turned Author Ready for Culture War Fight

Tell a kid to choose a career. If he says, “I want to be a doctor—and a novelist, artist, TV writer and children’s book author,” you’d tell him, “Pick one!”


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The Crazy True Story Behind the ‘New’ Tarzan Tale
11 months ago

The Crazy True Story Behind the ‘New’ Tarzan Tale

Edgar Rice Burroughs died in 1950, so you wouldn’t think he’d have any unpublished stories left.

But you’d be wrong.

Years ago, his estate uncovered a story the creator of …
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Jones’ ‘Ghostbusters’ Trump Rant Is Pure Ingratitude
11 months ago

Jones’ ‘Ghostbusters’ Trump Rant Is Pure Ingratitude

Jason Reitman, son of original “Ghosbusters” director Ivan Reitman, just dropped a cultural bomb on us.

The “Up in the Air” director will be overseeing “Ghostbusters 3,” coming to theaters …
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Why ‘The Shrine’ Rises Above Cult Film Cliches
11 months ago

Why ‘The Shrine’ Rises Above Cult Film Cliches

There are a lot of horror films about cults, and with good reason.

We’re afraid of what we don’t understand, and it’s hard to understand why a group of otherwise …
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Author: Traditional Publishing ‘Too Slow, Incestuous’
11 months ago

Author: Traditional Publishing ‘Too Slow, Incestuous’

Author Paul Clayton has been writing fiction for 50 years.

Two of his latest works are “Crossing Over” and “Van Ripplewink: You Can’t Go Home Again.” He answered some questions …
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Dystopian ‘Dogs’ Hits Too Close to Home
11 months ago

Dystopian ‘Dogs’ Hits Too Close to Home

“Our Dogs Did Not Bark A Politically Incorrect Dystopian Tale” was written as a cautionary tale.

The premise of the novel is taking Progressives at their word. It is a …
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‘Struggle’ Netflix Doc Reveals Forgotten Genius
11 months ago

‘Struggle’ Netflix Doc Reveals Forgotten Genius

Could the modern age ever become so dark, so medieval, that mankind might forget say Copernicus, the Renaissance-era Pole who bravely put the Sun and not the Earth at the …
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‘Longest Month’ Doc Honors Those Who Serve
11 months ago

‘Longest Month’ Doc Honors Those Who Serve

I served as an Army Aviator and Warrant Officer for over 24 years.

When I retired in 2011, I looked back on my career and reflected on the things I …
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