This is a remarkable believable story about the aftereffects of an EMP attack. I couldn’t get enough of it.
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I expected Beck to talk at least a little bit about the backgrounds and motivations of the “controllists” who are promoting the myths about guns. I will have to look elsewhere for that.
I’ve gotten a good start into his book. I’m hoping he covers the intentions of the “controllers” more clearly than he has so far.
William Cullen Bryant said that “truth crushed to earth shall rise again” but not without help. Florida and Professor Lott have helped, a lot.
Mitchell is far too generous even in his faint praise for Ryan’s budget.
I’m not going to see the movie. I decided that when I first read Tom DiLorenzo’s comments on it. Kushner just confirmed my decision to stay home and do something useful instead.
You’ve got to hand it to Damon and Kraskinski: they have put together an entirely disingenuous film about fracking that takes propaganda movie-making to the next level.
Suzanne Fields thinks every school child ought to rush out to see the latest Lincoln movie: Every school child with enough smarts and curiosity to get beyond the latest video game of “Call of Duty” ought to go see “Lincoln,” the movie, and check out the references and his own attention span. It requires patience, but […]
Those who have not read any critiques of Abraham Lincoln will be at a loss to understand why the 16th president would need to be vindicated in the first place. Upon investigating the matter further, however, the reader may come to the place of Benjamin Franklin, who wrote: Having lived long, I have experienced many […]
This is an exciting, rousing film that raises some very important questions.