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I Embrace Democratic Socialism
Warren J. Blumenfeld
No country in the world today stands as a fully Socialist state, but rather, some of the most successful economies combine elements of Capitalism with Socialism to create greater degrees of equity and lesser disparities between the rich, the poor, and those on the continuum in between.
Live From Toronto Film Festival: Sunday Sept. 13
Author and film critic, hollywoodandfine.com
This year's edition will be remembered for putting both Jay Roach's
and James Vanderbilt's
in contention for the Oscar race. I saw the two films back to back on Sunday -- and they are guaranteed to both grip you and infuriate you
The Melissa McCarthy Era
Can we all agree that Melissa McCarthy looks fantastic on the cover of
-- The Women In Hollywood Issue? No? You mean there is a Greek Chorus of hypocrites that refuse to accept what we can all see and take at face value...that Melissa looks fierce?
The Republican Party Is Dead
Political and Pop Culture Analyst
It's not difficult to imagine a few years from now a political landscape controlled by a Democratic dynasty, where the only Republicans left in office come from states and districts where the small minority of folks who voted for them share their ignorant, intolerant 1950's ideals.
Folktronica: Folk Singer Embraces the New for the Sake of Progress
Contributing Writer For StackStreet
Bob Dylan was smart enough to pull out an electric guitar at the Newport Folk Festival in 1965 and "rocktify" his folk music. Now, Jason Garriotte appears to be following in the steps of Dylan by reaching a different type of folk and changing the aspects of the experience.
Memorial for Social Activist Betty Millard (1911-2010)
James Jay Dudley Luce Foundation
Hillary Clinton, Call Up Margaret Chase Smith
If Clinton calls up her foremothers in delivering her campaign's last hurrah in New York tonight, she'll find inspiration in a stunning speech made by the only woman in the U.S. Senate on June 1, 1950.
Supporters Say Artist's Prosecution is About Expression, Not Bioterrorism
Formerly served State Department and Agency for International ...
The clock is ticking on a case that appears to be endless. It is a prosecution that many are describing as one of the most bizarre in US legal history.
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