Reviews, the Writing Life and Some Neat Original Articles:
The Wisdom of Wooden
America's Greatest Coach Leaves Written Legacy
by Fred Delkin
Local Columnist Launches Collection of His Opinions
This is about wine. Oregon Magazine's Editor, Fred Delkin, is a master of the arts of the grape. One of the founding members of the Oregon Wine Advisory Board, and former owner of Jake's Crawfish restaurant in Portland, Fred for years did not particularly respect the man discussed in this piece. Praise from one's enemy is rare, indeed.
Who was the first black Speaker of the House of Representatives?
Who rewrote the history texbooks so you would never even know there was one?
Don't know? Then go use this link:
American History in Black and White
What you will read in this one will shock you to the marrow of your bones.
Held over >> Delkin reviews a book about the gigantic climate scam:
Global Warming? Author Debunks Current Claims
Amid all the political excitement being stirred up
byPresident Obama's 'Cap & Trade'measure he wants to
shove through Congress, a new book, Climatism, by
Steve Goreham, should be read as a complete discussion
of the science, politics and the energy policy
implications of the global warming debate. Goreham,
an engineer with an MBA from the University of Chicago,
asks very pertinent and informed questions.
Book Review Archives
Getting to the bottom of "Bottom Fishing"
The Subject was Crabs
Surfing for Perch (Winter or summer, fun for beach boys)
When to Jump Out of an Airplane
An introduction to the writing Life
Part One: A Beginning Writer's Guide to the Craft: the freelance life
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