A gay freshman at Rutgers, a spying roommate, and the trial that followed.
The false promise and double standard of integration in the Obama era.
The rise and fall of the “most far-flung, most organized, and most brazen example of homosexual extortion in the nation’s history.”
“When I died, I died of many things: the failing systems; the weakening of age; the exhaustion of the long war against dying. Finally, I succumbed to the lack of ethics in a California hospital, killed by filth and neglect.”
“Reg Smythe was the greatest British newspaper strip cartoonist of the 20th Century—and second only to Peanuts’ Charles Schulz on a global scale. So why don’t we treat him that way?”