Building For Rent: The White House! Yes, every four years, you can apply to live in this iconic building – but it’s not an easy place to rent – and this Wednesday Bookmobile looks at two shocking tales of the… Read More ›
best political biographies
“Don’t You Ever Worry When You See What’s Going Down?” These lyrics were part of a powerful protest song from 1972 – lyrics that resonate loudly today…and they were from an unlikely source: the pop/rock band Chicago! Listening to “Dialogue… Read More ›
“Primary Colors!” The Timely Political Film About Sex, Politics And The Presidency! America’s “Horniest” President Too!
Sex! Scandal! The White House! Let’s be honest: regardless of what is true or not, recent headlines prove once again that politics is, indeed, a dirty business. Nothing new, of course – we have a history of scandals in and… Read More ›
Crosby Stills Nash See “Daylight Again”! Terrific Music From Stephen Stills And Graham Nash! The “Reluctant” Return Of David Crosby!
Classic Music From CSN! Crosby, Stills & Nash created some of the greatest music of our time…amid a LOT of internal squabbles, drug addictions and more… Of course, they were ALSO Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young – the first “supergroup”… Read More ›
48 Years Ago Today… I am a student of political history, and recent protest marches, and the reaction of the new administration, remind me of an era of political activism surrounding the Vietnam War in the late 60’s and early… Read More ›
Chicago’s Women’s March – 250,000+ Strong! Chicago joined a slew of other cities in America and around the world for a women’s march to support equality and fairness, and to put America’s new President on notice. America Raises Its Voice!… Read More ›
The White House! America’s Most Unique “Rental Property”! Presidential Politics! Biggest President Scandals!
This House Has A New Tenant! Yes, we have a new President, who has taken up residence in the most famous “rental property” in the world! I have been lucky enough to go to Washington DC a few times, and… Read More ›