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By Michael Troncale As I sat down in the theater to watch Kelly Reichardt’s latest film Night Moves, I couldn’t help the unreasonable but nagging suspicion I was really about to see The Bob Seger Story. My only association with … Continue reading
Why doesn’t the perspiring Ferguson police chief Michael talk about how many teens have been shot hands up a block from home walking Brown while white?
–A Review of Errol Morris’ film The Unknown Known By Michael Troncale “We’re an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality. And while you’re studying that reality—judiciously, as you will—we’ll act again, creating other new realities, … Continue reading
By Jay Janson White folks media tells the world that bad guys fighting the invasions, bombings and occupations of their beloved countries often appear to look brave for fighting against such overwhelming odds, when actually they are cowards harming their … Continue reading
By Michael Troncale If Nazi Germany had won World War II, then German society would probably resemble contemporary Indonesia. It’s country whose new order was founded in a bloody nightmare, and even though most of the older generation knows it, … Continue reading
By Chad Nelson Anyone living today knows the term isolationist only as a pejorative. It gained prominence during WWII as a way to slander Americans who opposed U.S. entry into that war. Then, as now, it was said that those … Continue reading
November 29, 2014 Story reported by Michael Troncale The United Nations has just passed a resolution ordering all residents of Manhattan who are not related to the original inhabitants of the island to leave. Ownership of the island will be … Continue reading