Lauren Fox’s “Days of Awe” begins with a funeral.
Samuel Johnson reminded us that one of the disadvantages of wine is that it “makes a man mistake words for thoughts.”
Many years ago James Bond and I used to retreat to the same spa in the English countryside to recover from our various adventures. Bond’s fictional Shrublands offered erotic massage therapy.
Sixty-eight years ago this August, India finally realized what its founding father Jawaharlal Nehru elegantly phrased its “tryst with destiny” and finally cast off British rule.
When a reluctant President Woodrow Wilson sent the first American soldiers into the European war in 1917, both he and U.S. commanders decreed that they must fight as independent units, and not be used as cannon-fodder replacements for battle-worn British and French troops.
Set in the heart of the homeland, in Little Rock, Ark., to be exact, “Ginger Snaps” is a Washington nove
You don’t have to be a weatherman to know there’s an ill wind blowing. Given current trends, within two decades every federal dollar will go to paying for mandated programs, and interest on the debt will approach unsupportable levels. The money is running out, as are the ideas.