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Fifty-year-olds have a lot more disposable income than 22-year-olds. So why is the entire ad industry geared toward the latter? More in my Sunday column on Buyographics.
It means one thing to you, one thing to me, something else to somebody else….it means whatever you want it to mean! That’s how Stephen Breyer thinks, anyway, as he revealed in a discussion of Proust. I have an op-ed about it in today’s Post.
Bonus edition of my Sunday column: Linda Robinson has been embedded with U.S. troops in Afghanistan. Her “One Hundred Victories” considers the new small-footprint special-ops tactics.
In my Sunday column, a look at the implications of the artificial intelligence future — and why it benefits women — teased out in Tyler Cowen’s book “Average Is Over.”
He wasn’t killed because he was gay, according to a new book that arose out of a “20/20″ segment. More in my Sunday column.
In my Sunday column, “Batman in Love,” I take a look at both the passive-aggressive wing and the militant wing of the campaign to treat boys like girls.
A new, well-reported book about Benghazi is convincingly atmospheric about what went on at the diplomatic outpost and the nearby CIA annex, but is light on what was happening in Washington. More in my Sunday column.
A new book takes a disturbing tour of the way Nazi Germany ordered up changes to US films. More in my Sunday column.
In my Sunday column no. 2 today, I take a look at Helen Smith (no relation) and her book, “Men on Strike,” about why men are simply disappearing from American life — going Galt, as she puts it.
Journalist Erica Greider agrees with the bicoastal perspective on Texas, to a degree, but still thinks there is much to be learned from the Lone Star State’s example. More in my Sunday column.« Previous Entries