Lou Dubose

By Lou Dubose:


Bernard Rapoport, 1917 – 2012

by Lou Dubose | Wed, Apr 11, 2012 at 18:35 CST
A Life Examined

Defiant DeLay: No Regrets

The former majority leader is sentenced to

Standing before the state district judge who was deliberating his sentence on Monday, Tom DeLay made one thing clear: He had no regrets. In a remarkable display of defiance before he was sentenced to “three years of confinement” for conspiracy … Read More


The Verdict on DeLay: Guilty

After hearing three weeks of testimony and deliberating for three days, 12 jurors delivered a verdict on Tom DeLay late Wednesday afternoon. They found the former majority leader guilty on both charges: money laundering and conspiracy to launder money. He … Read More


The Rich are Revolting

What’s not to like about a novel in which Bernard Rapoport’s father is the subject of an anti-communist smear and Bernard spends his time with Yoko Ono on a mountaintop in Maui? Well, there is length. Ralph Nader’s work of … Read More