Norquist begins by using misleading language...
As long as the Israeli occupation of Palestinian land continues, there are films to bring us the truth. And they are getting better and growing in numbers.
Kubert would continue to work on comics for the rest of his life, and contributed as recently as this year to an issue of "Before Watchmen."
"...Americans saw health care reform as an urgent priority. All we hear from Republicans is how bad this is. No one has come up with a better alternative."
Ultimately it's the people that make a city. There are still many good people in Detroit; many great activists and endless joys left in this embattled city.
The Occupy Wall Street movement was one of the main themes at Michigan's Traverse City Film Festival this year.
In 2016, Brazil, with its left-center government, will hopefully lessen corporate influence and increase the public's involvement.
The news is filled with images of grossly overweight citizens. But, is this all the fault of an overindulgent citizenry? Of course not!
The Traverse City Film Festival just completed its 8th season with an amazing array of over 200 films screened at seven theaters.
"My Brooklyn: The Battle for the Soul of a City" is a documentary film about gentrification and development in the New York City borough of Brooklyn.