Watching the first few minutes unfold, one might be lulled into the belief that the next hour and a half will be spent consuming light filmic fare.
The film begins with immigrant rights activist Elvira Arellano recalling the day immigration officials raided her home in 2002.
The so-called "debt ceiling" crisis is upon us and it's becoming a test of sanity how long it will take all reasonable people to conclude that the Republican Party has painted its teeth orange, and jumped off a cliff.
Once I heard the circumstances of Ryan Dunn's death, I was not only paying attention - I was concerned.
State workers in Connecticut are in a pitched battle to save their jobs and the services they provide.
"There is Power in a Union" is typical Hill - set to a religious tune, mocking religion, and urging workers to organize in the Big Union.
Watch out American Idol, there's a new singing show in TV town, and it's called The Voice.
It's time for progressives to take a moment to join together in offering Gov. Walker thanks.
The Los Angeles Film Festival is currently taking place, and this year's multitude of movies includes: "International Spotlight: Cuba."
A prequel to the original X-Men trilogy, First Class takes place during the Cuban Missile Crisis and focuses on the relationship between Professor X and Magneto.