From LPBR, a review of The Founding Fathers, Popular Culture and Constitutional Law: Who’s Your Daddy? by Susan Burgess; and a review of The Founders' Second Amendment: Origins of the Right to Bear Arms by Stephen P. Halbrook. A review of Give Me Liberty: A Handbook for American Revolutionaries by Naomi Wolf. A review of Left Turn: Forging a New Political Future by Stanley Aronowitz. The Misunderstood Professor: When he suggested in a 1920 treatise that rockets could reach the moon, Robert Goddard sparked a public frenzy. Two excerpts from The Closing of the American Border: Terrorism, Immigration and Security Since 9/11 by Edward Alden. A review of Elisabeth Young-Bruehl's Why Arendt Matters.  A review of I Was Wrong: The Meanings of Apologies by Nick Smith. Why do people have paranormal experiences? A team of researchers has been trying to find out. Tim Harford on why it's so hard to get away with blackmail. From Editor & Publisher, yes, newspaper endorsements matter — here is proof; and newspapers weigh alternatives to AP — but do they add up? "There's a seismic shift happening": An interview with Spike Lee on why history is on his side. The Statistical Universe: We look up to an expanse of sky that is billions of light-years in size, but the universe may be far larger than what we are able to see.