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Dee Dee Sorvino is a frequent television commentator and a former aide in the Bush White House.
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Bookapalooza! Pinot, Pasta & Parties

Our book tour has been quite a ride! We’ve mostly focused on the east and west coasts because that’s where the big press is centered.  New […]

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Pinot, Pasta, & Parties—A Preview!

  It’s almost here! Paul and I wrote a book, Pinot, Pasta, & Parties.  It comes out on April 18th which is just one week away […]

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Trump is a Survivor and Isn’t Going Anywhere

Maxine Waters really is unhinged since Donald Trump won.  Even though she gets confused about things like the difference between Crimea and Korea, she is very […]

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Memo from Monica

Monica Samuels practiced law for many years before dedicating herself full-time to writing and raising two sons. She is the co-author of Comeback Moms: How to Leave Work, Raise Children, and Restart Your Career Even if You Haven’t Had a Job in Years.

Cutting Off Your Nose to Spite Your Country

One of my grandmother’s often used warnings to her children was the old saying, “Don’t cut off your nose to spite your face.” In other words, […]

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Can Chickens Save America?

I majored in political science in college.  I recall studying the concept that if you put ideas on a spectrum from left to right you’ll find […]

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A History Wake-Up Call

I’m a huge history buff. Ever since I was a kid, I’ve enjoyed reading biographies of famous people and visiting important battlefields and homes of key […]

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