Political Satire "New York Brain" Reviewed by Satisfied Reader R. Willson

New York is a naked metropolis of eleven million people, and Stansfield Kaplan is more than just an ordinary denizen of the city, but a modern man-about-town, a sincere young gentleman from Brookly
 

Book Review: The Signal and the Noise by Nate Silver

In the weeks leading up to the 2012 Presidential election it was nearly impossible to not hear the name Nate Silver.
 

Book Review: Entrepreneurial Nation by Ro Khanna

Four days before the 2012 Presidential election one enduring mantra from both candidates has been “jobs, jobs, jobs.” With unemployment in the U.S.
 

THE POLITICUS BOOK CLUB EVENT: MASTER OF THE MOUNTAIN

Book Discussion Group: The Politicus book discussion group is for anyone interested in discussing books and movies involving politics.
The Price of Inequality
 

Book Review: The Price of Inequality by Joseph Stiglitz

The rhetoric of free markets and smaller government is at the forefront of American political debate and has sunk deeply into the consciousness of most American citizens, this even after the 2008 f
 

Book Review: The Rude Guide to Mitt by Alex Pareene

It struck me only after finishing the eBook and skimming it for notes that
 

Review: Push Has Come to Shove by Dr. Steve Perry

The sad truth is that American students perform worse the longer they stay in our public schools…
 

Review: Confidence Men by Ron Suskind

Pulitzer Prize winner Ron Suskind’s most recent work,
 

Review: Major Barbara by George Bernard Shaw

“What are your thoughts on the Occupy Wall Street movement?” This was the question posed recently to a small group of friends gathered in an aspiring actor’s apartment just north of Harlem, NYC.