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The Big Short (The Book The Movie is Based On) by Michael Lewis (Reviewed)

After seeing the theatrical version twice I decided to read Michael Lewis’ superb non-fiction account of governmental/and/corporate greed run-amok that just nearly devastated our national economy back in 2007/2008.  After reading the book, I saw the movie another two times- hey, it’s been playing at the $3 theater for a couple weeks, so it’s been easy! Having read The Big… Read more »

The End of Innocence…

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We have in our day seen with our own eyes (not the eyes of history, or of prophecy) the end of innocence.  We live in a country wherein even our lofty, public officials- the stewards of our Land, duly elected and cheered into office by throngs of admiring citizens- are scroundrels, crooks, and despots.  Their own activities shown to bear… Read more »