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Zulu: Watch It Here

Written by Gary North on August 8, 2015

This was Michael Caine’s first speaking role. It has been half a century. This movie stands the test of time. The one major weakness: the portrayal of the minister/missionary.

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A Rich Alcoholic Lady Who Sobered Up

Written by Gary North on August 1, 2015


Gert Behannah was an alcoholic. She sobered up through Alcoholics Anonymous. There was a movie made about her, in a Hollywood sort of way: The Late Liz, It’s online. I first heard this album around 1960. I recognized that this is an extraordinary speech. She is funny. She is believable. The man who became her […]

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Marva Collins, RIP

Written by Gary North on July 4, 2015


Marva Collins has died at age 78. In 1975, she retired from teaching in the Chicago public schools. She took her small retirement account of $5,000 and started her own school, Westside Preparatory Academy. It was located in the Chicago ghetto. There, she taught an introductory class of four students, one of whom was her […]

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Jeff Daniels on Guitar

Written by Gary North on May 23, 2015

One of my top four favorite movies is Gettysburg (1993). I love it most of all because of Jeff Daniels’ portrayal of Col. Joshua Chamberlain, the hero of Little Round Top. Chamberlain was a master of rhetoric. He taught it. He wrote it. Daniels got into the spirit of the character. He is a first-rate […]

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Video: Why Congress Ignores Voters

Written by Gary North on May 16, 2015

This video is excellent on how the special interests buy votes in Congress, and then collect billions of dollars worth of favors. Their return on investment (ROI) is sensational. Meanwhile, voters have no influence. The statistics are here: What’s that? You say were not told this in your high school civics class? Imagine that!

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