Pseudo-Intellectual

Pseudo-Intellectual

Jim's Pseudo-Intellectual Book Club: Vol. XXXIV

Slick Willie rides again.

Jim Pseudo-Intellectual Book Club Vol. XXXIII

Anyone remember the Sam Sheppard murder case?

Jim's Pseudo-Intellectual Book Club: Vol. XXXII

History lovers will enjoy this book.

Jim's Pseudo-Intellectual Book Club: Vol. XXXI

This story of justice and injustice serves as a reminder that history can sometimes makes us cringe with regret.

Zodiac -- A rare movie that I liked

There's no happy ending in Zodiac, but it's still worth seeing.

Jim's Pseudo-Intellectual Book Club: Vol. XXIX

Another book that won't disappoint.

Who the heck is Fred Fielding?

Washington lawyer Fred Fielding will be the new White House counsel, replacing Harriett Miers.

Jim's Pseudo-Intellectual Book Club: Vol. XXVIII

Martryrdom, for those who don't know it or never thought about, is vastly overrated.

If you ever get to Austin, Tex., ....

Here's a travel tip for those who may be headed to Austin, Tex., in the near future.

Jim's Pseudo-Intellectual Book Club: Volume XXVII.

Put on your walking shoes, pseudo-intellectuals, because today's recommendation is a long and hard literary road paved with bureaucratic infighting, unnecessary secrecy, international intrigue, uncertainty, tragedy and death.