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Author Herman Wouk Dies at 103: Remembering “David and the Giant”

In the early 1970s, we lived in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Every Saturday I would take my little boy, David, to Kesher Israel, the lovely little synagogue at 28th and N Streets in...
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Prager and Carolla: “No Safe Spaces” Movie Coming This Fall!

PolitiChicks is very excited to be included in the PR team that will be promoting the upcoming film No Safe Spaces starring Adam Carolla and our friend, radio host Dennis Prager. The PolitiChicks...
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Interview with Stephanie Whitmoyer, Founder, Belvedere Baked Beans Company

Stephanie Whitmoyer, founder of Belvedere’s ectables, tells PolitiChicks writer Jenny Kefauver about her new company JK: So tell me a bit about why you started the Belvedere Baked Bean Company....
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The Blues and The Rolling Stones

“Take me to the station   And put me on the train   I got no expectations   To pass through here Again” -No Expectations, Jagger-Richards As a musician and as a fan, I have appreciated the...
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Michael Ingmire: Great Voices Are Never Stilled

“Everybody let’s sing, sing, sing   Everybody let’s sing, sing, sing   Let’s all pitch in to do our thing,   Make a better world to live in”-Earl King, “Sing, Sing, Sing” After over 50 years of...

Michael Ingmire: Friendships in the Blues

 I’m a Bluesman Lot of friends and family have come and gone Left me here to sing this song That’s why I’m a Bluesman Yes, I’m a Bluesman  And I want the world to know just why  I’m a Bluesman...

The Left Sings A Sad Song After Collusion Narrative Goes Really Wrong

Well, after 2 years of waiting, the Mueller report is finally out. And the left is in total shock and meltdown. Cher is tweeting in ALL CAPS again, calling Trump a white supremacist (since the...

Modern Pop is the Junk Food of Music (Even Millennials Find It Forgettable)

According to a new study from New York University that included 643 participants ages 18-25, it appears the classic, or what millennials would call “old school” songs stick in millennial’s heads...

Review: ‘Share the Light: 40 World Changing Devotions’ by Sam Sorbo

There have been stories of teachers who have become successful performers, however my favorite story is about a performer who not only remains very successful as an actress, but who has become a...

Book Review: “Mrs. Hudson’s Cat” by Dr. Fred Eichelman

It’s the turn of the 20th century in England and evil lurks over the country. Europe is a decade away from The Great War. Plots and intrigues are already in motion. There are drugs being...

My name is Fred, and I am a Philographist! (aka Autograph Collector)

Several years ago I was invited with others to be on a local TV show about hobbies. The sweet interviewer started with me and asked, “And what is it that you do?” Her mouth hit the floor when I...

Dr. Fred Eichelman Reviews: “Blue Bloods” (for Red-Blooded Americans!)

There would seem today that we have more trashy television than ever before. This comes from one whose teen years were during the golden age of TV when a family could sit around that box in the...

Gosnell Movie DVD Surpassing ALL Hollywood Blockbusters, Reaches #1 On Amazon!

Big announcement (and congratulations!) from the Gosnell movie producers Ann McElhinney, Phelim McAleer, and Magdalena Segieda: We are really proud to share with you some GREAT news. The...

Book Review: The Good Neighbor – The Life and Work of Fred Rogers

In the annals of television history there have been many icons. But I doubt many would think of Fred Rogers as one (he probably wouldn’t himself), but he is. And in the wonderful new bo...

Elvis Presley and America

“Take that boy and put him in a mansion Paint the windows black Give him all the women that he wants Put a monkey on his back” -American Roulette, Robbie Robertson In late March 1972, a friend of...