Artists Gone Wild: Controversies in Commissioned Artwork | WafflesatNoon.com

Artists Gone Wild

Here is another article I wrote for the ezine Waffles at Noon.  Renowned painter Nelson Shanks’s recent admissions about his portrait of former President Clinton should serve to garner the attention he must be seeking, as well as make patrons … Continue reading

A Review: Jo. M. Sekimonyo’s “Cast Away for These Reasons – Economic Jihad”

Cast Away For These Reasons - Economic Jihad

Immediately after downloading the Kindle eBook version of this work, I began the task of unpacking the author’s message.  That message begins in earnest: quotes from champions of the poor and destitute, anecdotes from a well-traveled memory, a critical view … Continue reading

Alexander Hamilton and the American Way: Protectionism in the United States | Jobsback.com

Hamilton

Here is an article I wrote for the blog Jobsback.com.  “Regardless of the role protectionism plays in the economic policies of the United States now or in the future, it is undeniable that protectionist policies played an integral role in this … Continue reading

Super Senses: Can Other Senses Compensate for a Sensory Impairment? | WafflesatNoon.com

Super Senses

Here is another article I wrote for the ezine Waffles at Noon.  “While many sources claim that those with sensory impairment are simply able to focus more with their other senses, science indicates the perceived enhancement of other senses is … Continue reading

A Review: Brian Singh’s “Adam Sealon and the Dragon’s Egg”

Adam Sealon

Epic poetry is as old as the English language.   While reading Brian Singh’s “Adam Sealon and the Dragon’s Egg,” I was reminded of Beowulf and his epic adventures in Scandinavia.  From his first battle against the monster Grendel to his … Continue reading