Korean Rock

Korean Rock by Gregory C. Eaves March 2014 … … 1974: two bright lights of culture in the darkness Look out over Seoul today. The metropolis is vast. The neon is bright. Glass and steel abound. The urban sprawl stretches… Read More ›

Lincoln died today, 154-years-ago

Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) was shot yesterday 154-years-ago on April 14, 1865. He was 56-years-old. Lincoln’s death was Propaganda of the Deed. John Wilkes Booth (1838-1865), a Confederate sympathizer, was strongly opposed to the abolition of slavery. He did not see… Read More ›

Chunbun (춘분, 春分)

Thursday, March 21, 2019, is Chunbun (춘분, 春分), the halfway point between the winter and summer solstices. It’s the 15th day of the second lunar month, it’s the first day of spring in the northern hemisphere, and it marks the… Read More ›

The Street Fighter

Time February 13, 2012 Cover: This man is busting Wall St. — Prosecutor Preet Bharara collars the masters of the meltdown. Section: Nation Title: The Street Fighter — U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara has already taken down some of the financial… Read More ›

When did it happen?

Someone asked me recently when it happened? It started with Newt Gingrich and his Republican Party when he first shut down the federal government in 1995 and then again in 1995-1996. Gingrich, of all people, marked the death of the… Read More ›

Post-apocalyptic Movies

The term “post-apocalyptic” is very broad and very deep. It includes movies and TV shows and covers everything from zombie invasions or plagues through to romantic comedies or even tear-jerker romance movies. There are a lot of monsters, apes, zombies,… Read More ›