Thursday Review features writer Jennifer Walker-James interviews the sisters and a cousin of J.B. Beasley, who, along with friend Tracie Hawlett, were brutally murdered in small town Alabama in 1999. The case has never been solved, but the family still seeks justice for the killer or killers. Click here to read the full story of J.B. and Tracie.
Thursday Review examines Donald Trump’s counter-intuitive strategy of bullying the press, commentators, and other politicians. Will Trump’s political-incorrectness damage him in the polls? And will he soon bolt for a third party run. Click here to read more about Trump’s Strategy and his war with the press.
Some Federal officials and security analysts say that many of Hillary Clinton’s emails were classified by default, to be “un” classified only later; as the email and server scandal widens, how will it impact the Clinton campaign and its message to voters? Read more: Emails Were Born Classified According to Report. Or read more on our Front Page.
Thursday Review looks at the distinct possibility that vice-President Joe Biden will run for President, and that he might receive at least a tacit nod from his current boss, Barack Obama. With the Clinton campaign in defensive mode, is this Biden’s opportunity at last? Read more on our Politics Page by following this link.
Thursday Review offers up a subjective list of the six funniest, laugh-out-loud movies, and why these films are classics in their own ways. Follow the link to our Film & Television Page for more, and let us know if your own list differs from ours!
Thursday Review examines the risk posed by solar flares, solar storms, and mass coronal ejections–phenomena now believed to threaten Earth’s power grids, communications and electronics; should we be prepared? For more follow the link to the article on our Features Page and Front Page.