While Jon Stewart may have announced his retirement from Comedy Central’s Daily Show later this year, he will not go quietly into anyone’s good night.
Among those who will not be morning Stewart’s passing is Fox News host Megyn Kelly who recently said, “I don’t … Read More
At the end of many of the episodes of Jackie Gleason’s classic “Honeymooners,” the defeated Ralph would come home, give his put-upon but loyal wife Alice, that hang-dog look and she would always ask, “Why Ralph, why?”
Dripping with humility, Ralph would always respond, “…because … Read More
Around Oscar time, it has become routine for critics to partner with historians and scrutinize historically-based movies for their accuracy or inaccuracy regarding the facts.
A documentary documents a non-fiction event(s) or person(s) usually mixing interviews, archive film, possibly recreations of an event or events, … Read More
James Comey tackled a tough topic last week. Speaking to students at Washington’s Georgetown University (Feb. 12), this is the first time I can remember the top law enforcement official at the FBI stepping forward to talk about an issue that’s long been simmering: police … Read More
What do we not know about Lincoln that historians and authors think we should know about the much favored 16th president? Last Sunday’s New York Times Book Review offered reviews of three new books.
How many books, would you imagine, have been written about Lincoln?… Read More
The E.T. hasn’t been around for awhile. So, let’s get started.
The Two-fer –
Brian Williams out for six-months without pay; Jon Stewart says adios to The Daily Show.
While an internal investigation continues into how NBC Nightly News Anchor Brian Williams misled the … Read More
The Age of Reason, (aka, the Age of Enlightenment), must have been a remarkable time to live in – to challenge the conventional wisdom that relied on the traditional forms of authority, and instead, stress analysis, individualism and reason. Can you imagine having discussions on … Read More