Category Archives: Political Cinema

Classic Film and TV Cafe: A Fever in The Blood 1961

Source: This piece was originally posted at The Daily Review A Fever in The Blood is a picture of courtroom drama and political cinema, intrigue, and ambition. You have three powerful influential ambitious men who want to be the next … Continue reading

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Retro Report: Prop 13- Mad as Hell: Howard Jarvis’s Impact On California

Source: This piece was originally posted at The New Democrat Just to comment on this video and I don’t blame Retro Report that much for this, but this story took place in 1978 and most of the TV coverage was … Continue reading

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The New Republic: Opinion: Hanif Willis-Abdurraqif- America’s Most Electable Fictional Presidents

Source: This piece was originally posted at The Daily Review: The New Republic: Opinion: Hanif Willis-Abdurraqif- America’s Most Electable Fictional Presidents Hey, what do you know. The New Republic with an article not only worth sharing, but commenting on and … Continue reading

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Video Detective: The Seduction Of Joe Tynan 1979: About a Politician Who Wants it All and Almost Loses Everything

Source: Video Detective: The Seduction Of Joe Tynan Trailer 1979: About a Politician Who Wants it All and Almost Loses Everything The Seduction of Joe Tynan is one of the best political movies I’ve ever seen and it reminds me … Continue reading

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Daniel JB Mitchell: WOR News Radio: Senator Robert J. Dole Castigates Anti-War Democrats on Vietnam: 3-27-1971

Source: Daniel JB Mitchell: WOR News Radio: Senator Robert J. Dole Castigates Anti-War Democrats on Vietnam: 3-27-1971 President Richard Nixon was very paranoid about the anti-war movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s. He thought these New-Left protesters were … Continue reading

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Liberty in Our Time: G. Edward Griffin: More Deadly Than War: The Communist Revolution in America: What Revolution?

Liberty in Our Time: G. Edward Griffin: More Deadly Than War: The Communist Revolution in America: What Revolution? Communists, at least self-described Communists have never had any real power in America. The only real movement they had in America that … Continue reading

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TIME: Blog: Lilly Rothman: See What Happened When Feminists Squared Off With Hugh Hefner in 1970

TIME: Blog: Lilly Rothman: See What Happened When Feminists Squared Off With Hugh Hefner in 1970 I liked what they did in the video by separating the feminists from the militant feminists. Feminists, at least by definition are people who … Continue reading

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