Volume IV February 4, 2008 Number 5 HARVARD SQUARE COMMENTARY A Political, Social, Literary Journal Politics Four years ago the Jerusalem Post's preceding and just as conserv- ative editor as today's, Brett Stephens wrote ... It was in John Steinbeck's Grapes of Wrath that Mother Joad said... I recently read a memoir by Studs Terkel, who is now 94 years old... “Hi, folks, been over for the day?” Blow Jobs and Blow Hards Then, There were Two! “Abolish The IRS,” Says Huckabee Ron Paul Troubles in Kenya Democratic Fuzziness Departure Clear Choice Everything Else One of our readers has forwarded an e-mail containing some extraordinary photographs that ... Jean-Baptiste Poquelin (1622-1673) - better known today by his stage name, Molière - was... From the minds of Monroe, Mencken, Gabor, Colette, Molière, and the Chinese A store that sells new husbands has opened in New York City, where a woman may go to... HEMA is a Dutch department store in business since 1926. There are 150 stores all over the Netherlands, as well as Belgium, Luxemburg, and Germany. Take a look at HEMA's product page with the sound on. It's in Dutch but just wait a couple of seconds and enjoy. Editor's Panel This is going to be brief today because I'm away from home, because I've got to... The launching of the Camelot phalanx against Hillary Clinton is forcing the nation to think yet once more about who and what John F. Kennedy was... Definitions you will not find in the normal dictionary Articles may be quoted or republished in full with attribution to the author and harvardsquarecommentary.org.