Live from Iraq


By Stewart Nusbaumer

Surviving in Mosul Stuggling to survive after a horrific explosion.

Street Without Joy
Will Bush’s surge secure Baghdad’s bloodiest block?

Good Morning, al-Adhamiya
In one of Baghdad's most dangerous neighborhoods.

Squiring Out Of Baghdad
Is the surge ending or dispersing the insurgency?

With PTT in Heet
A Marine unit training and equipping the Iraq Police.

Embed in Trouble
What is a journalist to do with attacked by a U.S. Army biggie? Go to the bigger?

Four Days in Dulab
In a small, dangerous town in the most violent province in Iraq.


 

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  Book Review: A Different Patriotism
 
  The Intellectuals and the Flag
By Todd Gitlin
Columbia University Press, 2006, 167 pages

Reviewed by Stewart Nusbaumer
 

  Book Review: A Strange and Terrible Saga
 
  Hell's Angels: A Strange and Terrible Saga
By Hunter S. Thompson
Ballantine, 273 pages, 1966

Reviewed by Stewart Nusbaumer
 

  Book Review: Blog
 
  Blog: Understanding The Information Reformation That’s Changing Your World
By Hugh Hewitt
Nelson Books, 2005, 225 pages

Reviewed by Stewart Nusbaumer
 

  Book Review: The President That Was a Deserter
 
  Deserter: George Bush's War on Military Families, Veterans, and His Past
By Ian Williams
Nation Books, 236 pages, 2004
Reviewed by Stewart Nusbaumer
Many writers insult, ridicule, and mock George Bush (few things are easier for a writer to do well), but this author does an excellent job of explaining why we insult, ridicule, and mock George Bush.
 

  Book Review: From The Bottle To The Dollar: The Massacre of American Drunks
 
  The Alcoholic Republic: An American Tradition
By W. J. Rorabaugh
Oxford University Press, 302 pages, 1981

Reviewed by Stewart Nusbaumer
 

  Book Review: The Real American Dream: A Meditation on Hope
 
  The Real American Dream: A Meditation on Hope
By Andrew Delbanco
Harvard University Press, 143 pages, 2000

Reviewed by Stewart Nusbaumer
 

  Book Review: From The Bottle To The Dollar: The Untold Massacre of American Drunks
 
  The Alcoholic Republic: An American Tradition
By W. J. Rorabaugh
Oxford University Press, 302 pages, 1981
Reviewed by Stewart Nusbaumer

Once a land of honorable drunks and thriving taverns, immmoral dogooders and cheap capitalists killed American drinking culture. And we thought the communists were our enemy.
 

  Book Review: When I Was A Young Man: A Memoir
 
  When I Was A Young Man: A Memoir
By Bob Kerrey
Harcourt, 288 Pages, May 2002

Reviewed by Stewart Nusbaumer
 

  Live from Kabul


By Stewart Nusbaumer

On the Road to Kabul
Is Afghanistan progressing and becoming more stable -- or slipping back into civil war?

The Morning the Apple Exploded
An inside view of an Afghanistan beginning to explode, one apple at a time.

The Kabul Rumble
There are many dangers in Afghanistan, but one is seldom mentioned.

"Every Missile Was a Painkiller"
Afghanistan is an enigma wrapped in pain with a future that is anyone’s guess.

Kabul Erupts in Gunfire
A spark becomes a riot and Stewart is surrounded by gunfire.

Bombed in Afghanistan
With reality confusing and fear rising, illusions are manufactured as fast as drinks can be consumed.

Unfinished Business
Defeat in Iraq would be a humiliation, defeat in Afghanistan could be a real threat.

A Diffferent Fireworks
On the 4th of July in Kabul there was a different type of fireworks.

Where Did The Dough Go?
Billions have been donated for the reconstruction of Afghanistan, so where did the money go?

On The Edge
It's simple why we're not winning the hearts and minds of Afghans and nation-building is a diaster.

 

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  Live from China

By Stewart Nusbaumer

China

Astounded in China
China’s development is stunning and its power is growing quickly; will America become a lapdog for the Asian dragon?

Bombed in Beijing
Yes China’s development is stunning, but not as stunning as the Goddess of Tiananmen Square.

Enigma or Bomb?
It's a weird world with weird Americans making it hard to tell what is really real.

Tongue-Tied & Stomach Pumped
While their language tells us about Chinese society, their cuisine tells us about a very dirty political secret.

Drinking & Driving
Driving in China teaches you to appreciate airplanes; drinking the booze will probably turn you into a tea drinker.

Sexpots Galore
When sex merges with politics, the Big Dog authorities never win.

 

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