I’m on the living room couch watching the numbers on the DVR’s digital clock. It's 3:30 in the morning, and I'm praying Tommy doesn't wake up before his alarm, like he did yesterday. (This is a typical wake up time for me, so I wasn't angry, just scared.) more »
Thanks in large measure to Sybil’s psychiatrist, multiple-personality disorder became an official diagnosis, with important consequences for the medical profession, the insurance industry, and patients. In Sybil Exposed journalist Debbie Nathan is able to argue persuasively that the book was the product of conspiracy and deceit. more »
Anyone who is interested in the history of the Mediterranean will find this book, with its detailed recounting of the political, economic, and religious power struggles during a period of about five hundred years (c. 1000 AD to the 1500’s), quite fascinating. So will anyone who has ever fallen in love with Venice, and has wondered about the history of that amazing, improbable city. more »
Rep. Maloney's opening statement at Oversight Hearing on 'Separation of Church and State': Where are the women?
Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney, senior member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, delivered the following opening remarks at today's hearing titled *'Separation of Church and State' on the Obama Administration's recent contraception decision, where not a single woman was allowed at the witness table by the Committee's majority. more »