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  • Tea party: They call us names because they fear our strength

    Tea party: They call us names because they fear our strength
    Last January, after the tragic attack on Rep. Gabrielle Giffords that left her severely wounded and six people dead, President Barack Obama made an impassioned plea to the nation to tone down political and partisan rhetoric. So it's both surprising and disturbing that on the day that Representative Giffords made her triumphal return to the House floor last week, it was amid the cross-fire of verbal artillery launched by many of her compatriots at House members who possess opposing views.
  • 'Gossip Girl' recap: Insiders vs. outsiders

     
    The promos may have teased about the newest incarnation of Chuck and Blair's dysfunctional romance, but their "hate sex" was almost completely beside the point of this week's episode. Sure, the show kicks off with Chuck amusing Blair under the...

    The anti-Valentine's book: 'Great Philosophers Who Failed at Love'

     
    For those who prefer Valentine's Day with a taste of Schadenfreude: the book Great Philosophers Who Failed at Love.

    'The End of the Revolution: China and the Limits of Modernity' by Wang Hui

    'The End of the Revolution: China and the Limits of Modernity' by Wang Hui
    The End of the Revolution China and the Limits of Modernity Wang Hui Verso: 272 pp., $26.95 In recent years, China has undergone a series of dramatic transformations. Some are so profound they've rendered obsolete the very terms once used to...

    Book review: 'In the Company of Angels' by Thomas E. Kennedy

    Book review: 'In the Company of Angels' by Thomas E. Kennedy
    According to recent surveys, the Danes, with their socialist monarchy, carpe diem atheism and boisterous birth rates, are the happiest people on the planet. Just don't try telling this to Thomas E. Kennedy. His ensnaring, original novel, "In the Company...