How Eric Hobsbawm and Marshall McLuhan influenced Doug's latest non-fiction work, 'The Age of Earthquakes.'
"If people who think they're smart just wanted to do what everyone considered a smart job, I think it would be kind of silly."
For disabled people, every election is tinged with fear over whether they'll be able to get to a polling booth and vote without being humiliated.
Though not quite yet a household name, as historians and public intellectuals go, Howard Zinn has in the last few years become increasingly present in the public eye (whatever that is).
Michael Moore can be irritating at times. Bowling for Columbine was an inaccurate turd of a film.