Who Wants To Live Here? It’s an election year, so this President’s Day, I have a look at films about the Presidency – yes, we celebrate with a “Cult Movie Monday” from The White House! The American President Look at… Read More ›
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Shocking Presidential History! “The Destiny Of The Republic”! Wednesday’s Bookmobile Has James Garfield And Alexander Graham Bell!
Building For Rent: The White House! Yes, every four years, you can apply to live in this iconic building – but it’s not an easy place to rent – and this Wednesday Bookmobile looks at two shocking tales of the… Read More ›
“Don’t You Ever Worry When You See What’s Going Down?” These lyrics were part of a powerful protest song from 1972 – lyrics that resonate loudly today…and they were from an unlikely source: the pop/rock band Chicago! Listening to “Dialogue… Read More ›
RIP William Goldman. Legendary Screenwriter. Author Of “The Princess Bride” – A Look At His Greatest Works…
“Nobody Knows Anything…” RIP William Goldman…the Author of those insightful words about Hollywood. He was one of Hollywood’s greatest Writers – the legendary Author and Screenwriter William Goldman has died at the age of 87. As Variety reports: William Goldman,… Read More ›
“Primary Colors!” The Timely Political Film About Sex, Politics And The Presidency! America’s “Horniest” President Too!
Sex! Scandal! The White House! Let’s be honest: regardless of what is true or not, recent headlines prove once again that politics is, indeed, a dirty business. Nothing new, of course – we have a history of scandals in and… Read More ›
Donald Trump Synchronized Protest Music Video! Incredible Japanese Group World Order’s Latest Video – From Synchronized Seattle!
World Order Synchronizes Seattle! The incredible Japanese group World Order, led by Genki Sudo, is back with an incredible music video that takes a shot at President Donald Trump! Using some of Seattle’s most iconic locations, the talented group took… Read More ›
Paul McCartney Tosses Off A “G” Gem! Just a guy at a piano, but what came from the mind of Paul McCartney was genius and a great way to begin my “Songs For Sunday” – with a varied look at… Read More ›