Advertisements

Viewers Leave ‘Fahrenheit 11/9’ with Somber Weight of Responsibility

Share with Friends:

In Fahrenheit 11/9, Moore explores political corruption, greed, the misuse of power, and the loss of American democracy — with his signature ability to tease significant “dots” from out of the chaos, so the rest of us may connect them with ease…

Advertisements

President Graves: Making Conservatives Compassionate Again

Share with Friends:

Politics Of Graves “Creator of Graves, cast and crew discuss how Graves is the perfect response to the current political climate.” ~ EPIX Over the weekend, I belatedly discovered the 2016 TV series Graves, starring Nick Nolte. (Thank you Netflix.) While the Democrat Party is still struggling to comprehend that American voters have gone populist, […]

“Hidden Figures” Highlights an American Progressive Era

Share with Friends:

I went to see Hidden Figures yesterday. It’s a wonderful movie, entertaining and important. Based on a true story, we get to know three gifted, achieving black American women who made a lasting mark on NASA in the early 1960s. Yet the movie also made me feel sad. For two hours, we immerse ourselves in […]

“Where to Invade Next” Will Spur an American Human Rights Upgrade

Share with Friends:

Michael Moore’s latest movie “Where to Invade Next” may inspire a new generation of American expats. Or, as Moore intends, it will spur a clarion call for upgraded human rights here in the United States. It’s no secret. The United States has yet to make the Top Ten in the “World Happiness Report.” That is the simple point Moore is trying to emphasize with this film.

“Where to Invade Next” Will Spur an American Human Rights Upgrade was originally published on Aware & Fair

Inequality for All: Film Review

Share with Friends:

Editor’s Note:Inequality for All was released in 2013. The content is presented by economist Robert Reich, and is based on his 2010 book, Aftershock: The Next Economy and America’s Future. Robert Reich is also professor of public policy at UC Berkley and former Secretary of Labor under President Bill Clinton. The new documentary, Inequality for […]

Scroll to top