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Just Askin’: How Terrible Is It to Live in DeRay McKesson’s World?

Just Askin’: How Terrible Is It to Live in DeRay McKesson’s World?

Lately, when he isn’t forcing Katy Perry to confess her worst sins (that Obama dress back in the...

Must See TV: A Daash Drama?

Must See TV: A Daash Drama?

Tired of your usual Netflix lineup of murder documentaries, and Housewives of Gibraltar? Well,...

Vacation Like a Nazi

Vacation Like a Nazi

Supposing the fashion adage of what is old is new carries over to travel, why not vacation like a...

The Cheaper Way to Blot Out

The Cheaper Way to Blot Out

Egypt might be trying to blot out their last two revolutions from high school history books, but...

Tatted? No Hot Springs For You

Tatted? No Hot Springs For You

Those in the FDA are not the only ones that want you to think twice before you tattoo.

November’s Book: How Adam Smith Can Change Your Life

The Wealth of Nations.You might also know Russ Roberts from the Keynes vs. Hayek rap battle on Youtube. Figuring this month would be a hard one given the results guaranteed of a race between Tyranny and Tyranny are slated to be revealed part way through, our staff found selecting our November PD Book Club Pick to be rather hard--- just like last month when we decided to go with, The Big Short.

October’s Book: The Big Short

We might not have gone with the sieg heil bit.The Big Short. As it was for past Octobers, our staff wanted to have a horrifying tale for the PD Book Club Pick, but unfortunately, with the daily news being scary enough it was rather difficult to pick a title that would stand out.

September’s Book: 13 Hours

Sad to say...The 3 A.M. call that went unanswered.Our PD staff would be remiss if we didn’t select 13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened In Benghazi by Mitchell Zuckoff for our September book club pick.

August’s Book: Never Broken

Spirit.From being raised in Alaska and Hawaii to being homeless in San Diego to moving to Texas, Jewel has many a story to tell. In the past, PD hasn’t been the best at recommending beach reads. Yes, yes---we’ll never live down recommending Ray Kurzweil’s The Singularity Is Near, but this month we stand by our pick.

Never Broken: Songs Are Only Half the Story by Jewel Kilcher is part memoir, part travel guide, part action drama, part philosophy, part instruction manual, part comedy, part self-help, part sci-fi, part Economics 101, part art appreciation and a 100% embracement of freedom.

July’s Book: The 5,000 Year Leap

Ready for a leap?28 great ideas that changed the world.As you can tell from our side margins, this month’s PD Book Club pick is W. Cleon Skousen’s The Five Thousand Year Leap and can be just the cure for any residual Independence Day blues you’ve got.

Memory Lane Monday: Madison

Madison.James Madison, also seen on the $5,000 bill.It’s the Fourth of July, which means that while everyone dons “Make America Great Again” ball caps around a bonfire, our staff is going to look back at the words of James Madison.

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