Censorship: Always a 'Twain' wreck

by Jim Fletcher -- From beyond the grave, Mark Twain continues to amuse. His wry observations of humanity make him, in my opinion, certainly the greatest of America writers. A story this more…

Can books scare the into you?

by Jim Fletcher -- In the 1961 film, "The Innocents," which I feel is quite scary, a societal taboo is thrown on the screen for everyone to see. Deborah Kerr's character, a more…

Successful authors learn from the best

by Jim Fletcher -- I am a big believer that we can learn positive things even from those with whom we have sharp ideological disagreements. I'm talking mostly about cosmetic things, and, more…

Shariah invasion can be ignored no more

by Jim Fletcher -- One of the things I enjoy most is learning from sophisticated people who are far removed from my background and environment, people like Oriana Fallaci and David Bar-Illan. more…

Blocking Shariah before it's too late

by Jim Fletcher -- Let's face it, we've all written things we thought were important, but at the end of the day, they weren't important at all. Writers all share a propensity more…

Pulitzer Prize winner now an 'ex-liberal'

by Jim Fletcher -- In the closing scenes of the 1982 film, "The Verdict," Paul Newman's character learns about a betrayal so deep, he is still reeling as the credits roll (by more…