Author Archives: Daniel J. Flynn
She made plenty of enemies as a San Fran pol, many of them on her own side.
Tom Wolfe highlights the shabby treatment of two underappreciated intellectuals.
Johnny Cash’s life is a story of redemption.
The Red Sox’s Carl Crawford gets hit with a slur — maybe.
Our brains are hard-wired for rationalization, not reason.
The sci-fi great lives on in the places he cherished most.
Bureaucrats, not Daleks, are the deadliest foes of “Doctor Who.”
It’s Ray Bradbury’s future—we’re just living in it.
A Thousand Lives: The Untold Story of Hope, Deception, and Survival at Jonestown, Julia Scheeres, Free Press, 320 pages
Among the Truthers: A Journey Through America’s Growing Conspiracist Underground, Jonathan Kay, Harper, 340 pages
Life, Keith Richards, Little, Brown and Co., 576 pages By Daniel J. …
Proud to Be Right: Voices of the Next Conservative Generation, Jonah Goldberg, …
from The American Conservative