On Netflix



The Life and Times of Dick Nixon

The Style of Ronald Reagan
















The Eighth Annual Stonezone Best and Worst Dressed List 1/1/15
It is that time of year when those of us who paid attention to such things recall the tradition of the late Hollywood designer Mr. Blackwell - who, for nearly 50 years, released an eagerly anticipated annual list that began as a chronicle of the world's best and worst dressed people. The flamboyant, media-savvy Blackwell spared no one -- celebrities, movie stars, athletes, socialites and captains of industry were all under his microscope.

Lasagna ala Stone 12/25/14
This is what we are serving for Christmas dinner at the Stone household. Enjoy!

Why Hillary Is Not Inevitable 12/16/14
The key thing about conventional political wisdom is that it is usually wrong. This idea that the election of Hillary Rodham Clinton is "inevitable" is wide of the mark. In fact her survival to the finish line is dubious. The Clintonistas and their dupes in the MSM may not want to open the magnum of Champagne just yet.

Are Jeb And Mitt In Each Others Way? 12/16/14
The House of Bush is clashing with the Romney dynasty. The son of President George Bush is throwing jabs at the son of presidential candidate and Governor George Romney. The 2012 nominee squares off against the heir apparent of the Bush clan.

More Proof LBJ Killed JFK 12/16/14
Last November I wrote "The Man Who Killed Kennedy- the Case Against LBJ "in which I used deep politics, eye-witness evidence and fingerprint evidence to tie a long time hit man for Lyndon Johnson to the murder of John F. Kennedy. I lay out in detail LBJ's motive, means and opportunity to kill the President.

What Is Bryan Cranston Reading? 12/16/14

Miami Book Fair Faux Pas 11/20/14
The Miami Book Fair which is this Saturday November 22nd, has probably made an egregious error in its decision to feature both former White House Counsel John Dean and liberal author Rick Perlstein this Saturday as both have new books that are now under fire.

Clearing The Deck For Jeb? 11/20/14
43rd President George W. Bush's biography of his father George Herbert Walker Bush is a whitewash of history and a warm-up act for the latest White House contender from the House of Bush, Jeb.

For Cory Booker, The Stink Wont Go Away 11/20/14
Not long ago, New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker was, according to some Democrats and media talking heads, Obama 2.0. The tall, photogenic Booker was going to be our next African-American president, we were told. Indeed Booker was handily re-elected in the bluest of blue states.

Just In Time For Christmas 11/20/14
The hardcover edition of The Man Who Killed Kennedy - the Case Against LBJ" reached number 15 on the New York Times bestseller list last Fall. Now the new updated paperback edition greatly expands the case against the most evil and mentally unbalanced man to ever occupy the White House.

Bob Dole On A Roll 11/11/14
More than any man alive Sen. Pat Roberts owes his re-election to the still sharp political instincts of my old boss Senator Bob Dole. Dole, 91, toured Kansas visiting all 105 counties last April and first picked up discontent with Roberts expressed at the cookies and ice cream events Dole conducted in each county. Dole informed operatives at the National Republican Senatorial Committee and the US Chamber of Commerce that Pat "would need help". Some today are citing Dole as "the canary in the coalmine."

No Mo' Clinton Mojo 11/11/14
Former President Bill Clinton campaigned for Charlie Crist across Florida, but failed to rouse the faithful. And in his home state of Arkansas, he campaigned for incumbent Sen. Mark Pryor, who was ousted by Republican Tom Cotton. Hillary did even worse. Hillary Clinton traveled to 20 states in all, mostly in the final weeks of the campaign Of the 10 U.S. Senate candidates Clinton stumped for, just three clinched victories.

Christie's Style 11/11/14
Virtually everyone heard about Governor Chris Christie telling a complaining constituent to "sit down and shut up" but that simple report does not do the actual event justice.

Bernard Spitzer RIP 11/11/14
Eliot Spitzer's father Bernard Spitzer died last week. While most obits mentioned the $3.7 million loan Spiter gave his son's campaign for Attorney General few mentioned the loan was illegal and that Spitzer lied about it's existence to both the New York Times and the New York Daily News, admitting to the subterfuge only after he was safely elected New York Attorney General.

LBJ Makes Millions On Vietnam War 11/11/14
Bell helicopter rival Kaman Aircraft signed a contract for the procurement of 220 helicopters bound for Vietnam that was submitted and approved by Congress in 1963. However within days of LBJ becoming President, the contract was nullified and re-awarded to Bell Helicopter. The US involvement in Vietnam was escalated, and Bell thrived. The Johnsons owned considerable stock in Bell and had used the company for transportation in his barnstorming of Texas in 1948.

twitter For the hottest Political news follow me on Twitter
facebook Follow the StoneZone on Facebook
© 2018 StoneZone.com | contact