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‘Capote’s Women’ Review: Betrayal of the Swans

‘Capote’s Women’ Review: Betrayal of the Swans

Via: Vic Eldred  •  Books  •  1 Comments  •  17 hours ago

In November 1975, Truman Capote published “La Côte Basque, 1965,” a chapter from a novel he was writing called “Answered Prayers.” The book, acquired by Random House nine years earlier, was to be...
She was ahead of her time

She was ahead of her time

By: Vic Eldred  •  Books  •  19 Comments  •  14 hours ago

Our time's most relevant book may be one that was written over 40 years ago. In her book Return to the Primitive - The Anti-Industrial Revolution, Ayn Rand seems to have exposed the purpose of the...
The Nobel Prize in Obscure Literature

The Nobel Prize in Obscure Literature

Via: Vic Eldred  •  Books  •  4 Comments  •  3 days ago

Another year in which the Nobel Prize for Literature was awarded to a writer I’ve never read—and I’m beginning to despair. Is the Swedish Nobel committee setting out to show me up as a philistine?...
REVEALED: Ruth Bader Ginsburg slammed athletes for kneeling during the national anthem — Katie Couric censored her

REVEALED: Ruth Bader Ginsburg slammed athletes for kneeling during the national anthem — Katie Couric censored her

Via: Vic Eldred  •  Books  •  109 Comments  •  17 hours ago

Former Today show host Katie Couric admitted to editing out negative comments made by Ruth Bader Ginsburg about people who kneel during the national anthem. In her new memoir, Going There,...
Exclusive book excerpt: How Facebook and Twitter rigged the game in 2020

Exclusive book excerpt: How Facebook and Twitter rigged the game in 2020

Via: Vic Eldred  •  Books  •  69 Comments  •  9 hours ago

In her new book , “Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized Our Elections,” Mollie Hemingway reveals how social-media companies like Twitter and Facebook responded to the 2016...
To Rescue the Republic: Ulysses S. Grant, the Fragile Union, and the Crisis of 1876

To Rescue the Republic: Ulysses S. Grant, the Fragile Union, and the Crisis of 1876

Via: Vic Eldred  •  Books  •  21 Comments  •  6 days ago

The #1 bestselling author and Fox News Channel’s Chief Political Anchor illuminates the heroic life of Ulysses S. Grant An epic history spanning the battlegrounds of the Civil War and the violent...
Victor Davis Hanson Breaks Down How Elites Are Destroying What It Means To Be An American Citizen In New Book

Victor Davis Hanson Breaks Down How Elites Are Destroying What It Means To Be An American Citizen In New Book

Via: Vic Eldred  •  Books  •  12 Comments  •  one week ago

The US Constitution — the foundation of the oldest constitutional republic still in existence today — was primarily designed to protect personal freedom, property, and individual liberty from both...
Leonard Pitts Jr.: It’s easy to see why they consider books dangerous

Leonard Pitts Jr.: It’s easy to see why they consider books dangerous

Via: Buzz of the Orient  •  Books  •  24 Comments  •  2 weeks ago

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