Gerald Posner is the author

Gerald Posner is the author of several books, including definitive books on both the JFK and MLK assassinations. His books reflect his training as a lawyer in applying skills of research and analysis to ferret out facts and discard myths. His latest book is on the glory days of the old Detroit-based Motown Records–home of the Supremes, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, and the songwriting hit machine of Holland-Dozier-Holland.
This morning’s New York Times abandons the bogus Hootie Johnson story to return to another bogus global warming story: “Global Warming found to displace species.” Far more interesting is the Times review of Posner’s new book, Motown: Music, Money, Sex, and Power: “Tales from Detroit’s other industry.”
Our new friend Hugh Hewitt applies his own formidable analytical skills to taking the great liberal hope of the blogosphere–Joshua Micah Marshall–down a couple notches in his new WorldNetDaily column: “The desperation of the Clinton apologists.” (Courtesy of RealClearPolitics.)


Books to read from Power Line