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reviewed Frost/Nixon. February 23, 2009
Frost/Nixon
  I'm now finishing this review post-oscars and I do have to say that Frost/Nixon got screwed a little bit. I could be wrong, but I don't think it won one Oscar. Ron Howard did such a wonderful …
reviewed No Time To Think: The Menace of Media.... February 20, 2009
No Time To Think
NEWSTRITIONAL FACTS   Serving Size.................................................... 8 hours   News................................................................ 26 minutes     …
reviewed Frost/Nixon. February 12, 2009
Frost/Nixon
FROST/NIXON is an admirable and very enjoyable film. It can amuse, it can stir the intellect a bit, and it can cause one to think back on that bygone Watergate era.      It's one of …
reviewed President Obama's Inauguration Speech. February 03, 2009
Did I like Obama's speech? Uh, no. I mean, I like the guy and all, but there was no bloviating, no, as my friend puts it, "soaring rhetoric."     To quote old school Link from the …
reviewed Michelle Obama's Inauguration Day outfit. January 20, 2009
Michelle Obama, Jan 20 2009
Now that the swearing-in Inaugural ceremony is over, on to more important things. Let's talk about Michelle Obama's Inauguration Day outfit.     It's a glittery yellow sheath dress …
reviewed President Obama's Inauguration. January 20, 2009
With Barack Obama's swearing in as the 44th President of the United States just hours away, I thought I would take some time to share my thoughts on this truly historic event.    I …
reviewed Uncounted: The New Math of American E.... January 14, 2009
Uncounted
Over the past several years I have read a number of books concerned with the fairness of elections in this nation.  It seems that people on all sides of the political spectrum are extremely suspicious …
reviewed California Proposition 8 (2008). December 24, 2008
California Proposition 8 logos
California's Proposition 8, from the 2008 general election, eliminated the right of same-sex couples to marry. This is not just a loss for California, but a loss for mankind.     Throughout …
reviewed Chris Matthews. December 24, 2008
Chris Matthnews
he is bright, engaging, and experienced but a lousy host/interviewer. he talks too much and does not allow replies to his questions. he should have an AM radio show and just keep talking. too annoying …
reviewed Education in America. December 18, 2008
Books
Education in America is a complicated issue that divides people on both sides of the political spectrum.     After having traveled around quite a bit, I can say that the amount of …
reviewed Education in America. December 18, 2008
Books
I really feel like there's so much going on revolving around education right now - both good and bad. It's really sad when I see on the news that teachers don't have enough money for PAPER, and have to …
reviewed Something Happened: A Political and C.... December 16, 2008
Something Happened
For me "Something Happened: A Political and Cultural Overview of the Seventies" is a very difficult book to size up.   If you were over the age of 18 and paying any attention at all to current …
reviewed Frost/Nixon. December 16, 2008
Frost/Nixon
A better title for "Frost/Nixon" would be to replace the slash with a "vs.," to emphasize how director Ron Howard's latest generates exciting tension through a battle of the wits.    Set in …
reviewed War on Terror. December 16, 2008
The war on terror has already been shrouded in mixed viewpoints and unnerving results but the thing im concerned about is how it will be affected by recent election results. Most politicians in the spotlight …
reviewed Medical Marijuana. December 16, 2008
People already abuse marijuana illegally, so what should stop the government from unilaterally allowing the legal use of marijuana?  The only crime the use of marijuana should be considered is the …
reviewed The Oceans Act of 2000. December 14, 2008
From sea to shining sea, America has always been a country dependant on its coastal waters. We use the oceans and the abundant resources found in them for everything from physical exercise, food, and …
reviewed First Time Voter. December 14, 2008
First Time Voter
I'm somewhat embarassed to admit it, but this year, 2008, was the first year since I have been old enough to vote that I have actually done so. Some may say it is because of Barack Obama and his call …
reviewed Medical Marijuana. December 11, 2008
What did man do before the advent of synthetic medicine? He used the plants, trees, the powder from rocks and gems, animals and all other kinds of things modern man has since forgot to heal himself.    &nb …
reviewed Hillary Clinton. December 11, 2008
Hillary Clinton
My action to become an American citizen was inspired by Hillary Rodham Clinton running for president. I am inspired by her like others are inspired by Barack Obama, and this is ok. I am inspired by Hillary …
reviewed Barack Obama. December 11, 2008
Barack Obama
I don't envy Obama as he steps into the Presidency with an out of control economy and vultures coming in from every angle for a little bit of that 700 Billion dollar bailout money. Barack has a tough …
reviewed Three Cups of Tea. December 10, 2008
Three Cups of Tea: One Man's Mission to Promote
The headmaster at my current school had this be a school wide read, available to teachers, students and families, and later discussion. The story of one man to inspire changed resonated with our students …
reviewed Frost/Nixon. December 10, 2008
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Frost/Nixon
In March of 1977, British television personality David Frost interviewed former President of the United States Richard Nixon in a series of four ninety-minute installments. On the basis of the film that …
reviewed Medical Marijuana. December 09, 2008
The use of marijuana for medical purposes seems highly ethical. If the notion is that medicine when prescribed is for the benefit of the user then it would seem highly plausible that it should be supported …
reviewed Medical Marijuana. December 09, 2008
I think medical marijuana definitely has it's place in medicine.  I have personally known people that have benefited from marijuana when very ill. It's especially good for patients who have a hard …
reviewed Primary Mistake: How The Washington R.... December 03, 2008
Primary Mistake
Being a resident of Steve Laffey's hometown of Cranston RI, I was able to observe the Laffey-Chafee primary in 2006 first hand. I was contacted at least a dozen times during the summer of 2006 by the …
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