by P. J. O'Rourke
March 2, 2014 For the middle phase of life, a new canon is often required, one that is equal parts funny, insightful and comforting. Actress and author Annabelle Gurwitch recommends three books up to the task.
November 7, 2011 When he retired from his job as a war correspondent, P.J. O'Rourke decided to take on a new kind of globe-trotting challenge: traveling for fun. In Holidays in Heck, he explains how touring the Galapagos Islands and horseback riding in Kyrgyzstan left him questioning the merits of recreational travel.
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June 4, 2009 Humorist P.J. O'Rourke says that, as a good Republican, he blames everything on feminism and communism. For the demise of the American car, O'Rourke points the finger at feminism — and Facebook.
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January 8, 2007 Author and journalist P.J. O'Rourke delves into the content and influence of Adam Smith's classic, The Wealth of Nations. He talks about digesting the massive tome on economics, so you don't have to.
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