11-27-15 | A new Amazon Prime series looks interesting: The Man in the High Castle portrays a defeated WWII America, occupied by Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan…but while the government may have surrendered, at least some of the people want their freedom back.
11-25-15 | “They tried to strike me down, but I became more fabulous than they could ever imagine.” Milo Yiannopoulos is the pitbull of cultural libertarianism and he is skyrocketing into fame, fueled by his own wit and willingness to take free speech arguments right into the lion’s den, debating hardcore PC snowflakes publicly and on their own academic and media turf. He’s also the wittiest new writer I have seen in a long time. Worth getting to know him. This article explains his meteoric rise.
11-11-15 | My favorite Veterans Day clip…to remember those who have defended our freedom.
11-11-15 | Excellent (and funny!) 7-minute film, Modern Educayshun, on the PC state of affairs in universities today. Timely given recent events at Yale and the University of Missouri… [h/t Bruce Majors]
10-24-15 | In honor of IRS Director Lois Lerner’s recently-announced escape from justice, here’s the tip of the iceberg in what she got away with…told first-hand in the chilling testimony of an activist who was audited, inspected and/or harassed *15 times*, and on the same topic a song from libertarian comedy-songwriter Remy.
10-14-15 | A new documentary, Can We Take a Joke, about the current battle over “protected speech” vs. free speech will premiere in NYC on November 13th.
10-7-15 | Another libertarian organization, this time Anthem Film| Festival, recommends The Martian. “No greedy businessmen, evil scientists, or unscrupulous pharmaceutical CEOs in the bunch–just a problem-solving astronaut with an indefatigable determination to go Home: Here’s our review of The Martian.”
10-3-15 | The Atlas Society recommends The Martian. “…an exciting film about an astronaut stranded on the Red Planet. It celebrates the heroism that comes from human reason.”
9-20-15 | “In the South Park season premiere, released yesterday, a new character was introduced: ‘PC Principal.’ …the episode revolves around PC Principal’s sometimes violent quest to rid the school of problematic language.” Delighted to see South Park hasn’t lost its edge, and that it’s continuing to defend freedom of speech.
9-13-15 | A good clip on just how Orwellian universities have become. In this case, the University of Delaware attempted a program of straight-up public indoctrination of freshman into a fixed set of opinions; after news got back to parents, it was officially terminated but of course that isn’t the end of it.
5-28-15 | “Witness to Communism” is a brilliant series of interviews of ordinary people who survived totalitarian socialism. This one tells the tale of a Cambodian doctor, said to be the only doctor who made it through the Cambodian holocaust.
5-19-15 | The FX series, “The Americans” is favorably reviewed by the Victims of Communism website. “By watching the intense personal struggles of the characters, it becomes apparent that there is a fortress the Bolsheviks cannot take: the human soul.”
5-10-15 | A kickstarter has been launched to fund a new documentary, “Empire of Lies,” about Ron Paul’s efforts to spread the word on the dangers excess government power.
5-8-15 | An amusing video from the Institute for Justice about Tampa’s price controls on limos.
4-29-15 | The new documentary “Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll” recounts the fate of Cambodian musicians, including the band Baksey Cham Krong…they were among the 21% of the population murdered by idealistic socialists in the 1970s Cambodian genocide.