This is a chronological review of the world around Donald Trump since 2015. I did not think this was a “hit piece”, unless you’re Lindsey Graham
The hard science parts are certainly ambitious. The author goes into such topis as oceanic physics, as well as science of the atmosphere
The author warns about authoritarian uses of technology, but also states that the utopia many leftists envision is only superficial.
This is a short book, a novella, with a lot to say. The interviewer in this book seem to ask questions she cares about, different from other reporters.
After the Apocalypse is a short book talks about a true, reality based, vision of where American needs to strive towards, and lead.
Preventable by Andy Slavitt is a non-fiction book taking a behind the scenes look at the U.S.’ COVID-19 response under the Trump administration.
It says a lot about President George H. W. Bush when one of his best friends came to be the person who handed him a defeat for his second presidential term.
How Beautiful We Were is, in a word, fatalistic. The villagers are fighting a lost cause,– The David vs. Goliath story slowly morphs into a nuanced conflict.
Obamacare, or the Affordable Care Act (ACA), have touched a lot of lives, some for better, some for worst. This book goes in the political wars fought about it
The essays in this book or intelligent, charming, and often cranky. I know Mr. O’Rourke sees himself as a Libertarian, and probably a classical conservative, so I was interested to hear what he has to say on the current administration.