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Movie Review: The Last Airbender

LastAirbenderThumbby Brad Nelson
I watched The Last Airbender fairly recently. It went against all my Spider-senses to do so. But a friend thought that I might like it. And, granted, it is a visual feast. More » • (819 views)

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What CBS Local Won’t Let You Say

SexEdThumbby RobL
A daily scan of Drudge Report provides access to news stories across the land not otherwise easily located. This story caught my eye: CPS Mandates Sexual, Health Education For Kindergarten. More » • (924 views)

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Movie Review: The Last Picture Show

LastPictureShowThumbby Brad Nelson
The buzz on this that I’ve read is that this movie helped usher in the era of “realism.” I’m going to place an asterisk on that notion because “realism” too often means, in today’s postmodern parlance, simply showing America and Americans in as poor a light as possible. More » • (837 views)

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Book Review: “Garden of Beasts” by Jeffery Deaver

GardenOfBeastsThumbby Brad Nelson
I don’t normally read spy thrillers, but a conservative friend recommended Garden of Beasts to me. But I’d say it’s equal parts spy thriller and historical novel. The books recommended  for further reading at the end is huge. More » • (966 views)

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Movie Review: Where the Sidewalk Ends

SidewalkEndsThumbby Brad Nelson
A truly classic bit of film noir, this one directed by the renowned Mr. Freeze, Otto Preminger. (Anatomy of a Murder and In Harm’s Way are among his great films. Laura and Angel Face are a couple I need to watch sometime.) More » • (874 views)

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Atheistic Fundamentalists

Kunk Fu Zoby Kung Fu Zu8/28/13
The one thing which stands out about such radical atheists such as Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, et al, is their complete lack of humility. More » • (3714 views)

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Movie Review: The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974)

PelhamThumbby Brad Nelson
A magnificent dark comedy masquerading as a heist film. Were the Coen Brothers making films in the 70’s? No movie fan, let alone Walter Matthau fan, should miss this. More » • (836 views)

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Movie Review: Picnic (1955)

PicnicThumbby Brad Nelson
I watched a wonderful movie last night that I’m sure half of America will dislike. My only defense is that I’ve got a pretty healthy Kim Novak obsession going right now and I love my country. More » • (1538 views)

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Book Review: “Albion’s Seed” by David Hackett Fischer

AlbionsSeedThumb2by Brad Nelson
As one review at Amazon.com put it, “Albion’s Seed is seminal in understanding the USA.” Well…kinda-sorta. More » • (8323 views)

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Syria: The Price of Politics

PoliticsThumbSmby RobL
An excellent review of the current predicament the President finds himself in. George Friedman at Stratfor consistent provides excellent thoughtful non-partisan analyses of current strategic issues. More » • (893 views)

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Diversity, Inc.

DiversityThumbby RobL
With only the slightest sagacity it becomes readily apparent diversity is a property possessed solely by Conservatism. More » • (1335 views)

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From Hippie to Happy: My Travels from the Drug-Addled Left to the Reality Right

WeThePeopleby The Krell
Growing up, for the most part, in NYC, I was always more interested in stickball and baseball than most anything else. It was not uncommon on summer days to leave home at 9 or 10 in the morning on my bike with a bat and a glove More » • (1679 views)

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