Book Review: The Emperor of All Maladies, a Biography of Cancer

by Warren Ross

Following the Enlightenment and the Industrial Revolution, medical science advanced at a pace inconceivable even a few centuries before. For ten thousand years, so little was known about a rational scientific methodology, and about the human body, that medicine was mired in superstition and ignorance. Until the time of ancient Greece, it […]

Book Review: Bias by Bernard Goldberg

by Warren Ross

The just-published book Bias, by Bernard Goldberg, meticulously documents what everyone outside the media and the Left establishment knows – that news coverage has a left-wing bias. Even more, this book makes clear the critical role the news media play in our lives, and the life-threatening default on responsibility the media is […]

Book Review: Toilers of the Sea by Victor Hugo

by Warren Ross Translated by Isabel F. Hapgood Edited by Patricia LeChevalier Atlantean Press, 1993, 356 pages

Are you looking for inspiration? Do you sometimes ask: “How can I refuel myself?” For those pursuing productive goals, there are few, if any, books written today that concretize the struggle for values and the virtues required to […]