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Author: Dr. Fred Eichelman

North Korea and the Martian Invasion

The influence of scare media is ever with us and has been for a long time. A classic example of this happened eighty years ago this October. Actor Orson Welles was only 23 years old when his...

From Elizabeth Taylor to Donald Trump: Insinuations, Half Truths and Lies

The title may cause readers to think this is strictly about the half baked book by Michael Wolff on the Trump Administration. That is already being debunked by even some liberal sources like the...

WATCH THE SKIES!

The classic science fiction films of the 1950s like The Thing From Another World, The Invasion of the Body Snatchers, The Man From Planet X and The Day The Earth Stood Still had one warning for...

Now They’re Taking Down Portraits

We have watched with disgust TV stories about the attempt to rewrite history to be politically correct. The taking down of statues, renaming schools and streets, banning certain books to those of...

Our Favorite Theatrical Christmas Films By Dr. Fred & Carolyn Eichelman

These films range from the thirties to recent years. These are personal preferences and we try to explain why each means something to us. We highly recommend them all for good story telling...

Horace the Christmas Moth

A sweet and moth-tastic Christmas story from Dr. Fred Eichelman.

Who Is Going to Guard the Guards?

When I was in high school in the early fifties we had an assembly with a speaker who was a top officer in the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the FBI. This was exciting to us as in those days...

Politics in the Days of Jesus

God’s timing always works out, though some may wonder why Jesus Christ was sent to this Earth at this particular time in history we read about in the Bible. It was actually a very pivotal...

Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the New American President

A Christmas Tale by Fred R. Eichelman Note from Author: As one who loves exploring old history records I was surprised to run across some papers very old that were apparently notes by Doctor John...

The Conservative Politics of the Original Star Trek

When I first became a fan of the original Star Trek it had just begun its first of three years on NBC-TV. There were already problems with the network stemming from the fact that the show was...

Review: If Cheese Made You Thin I’d Be Invisible By Now

Some of the advance readers of this book described the writing style of Lisa Brown as similar to Erma Bombeck and Dorothy Parker. I would go further and compare her work to the master, Mark...

Winston Churchill: The Definitive Cowboy

Should you ever visit London a must stop is the War Room Bunker located on King Charles Street. It is both a museum and a recreation of the underground bunker where Winston Churchill made his...

Teach From Love: School Year Devotional for Families by Sam Sorbo

Dr. Fred Eichelman's review of Sam Sorbo's new book, Teach From Love: A School Year Devotional for Families

Dr. Fred Eichelman: A Virginian’s Thoughts About Charlottesville

I am as sad and sick as any one over the events in Charlottesville, VA. I know the area well. What also bothers me are these simplistic platitudes that politicians are throwing around and our...

It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, No, It’s Someone to Save the American Way!

Comic books have invaded the media and super heroes and heroines are no longer confined to the pages of magazines. There was a time when some teachers have been upset over the influence of comics...

Bring Back the Cowboys: High Noon in America

Democrat liberals and socialists absolutely hate the traditional image of a cowboy and it was especially used as a form of derision against Ronald Reagan. What aggravates them most is the world...

Fahrenheit 451, A Book Ahead of Its Time

The events of the past decade has had a number of people making comparisons to the works of fiction writers such as George Owell and Aldous Huxley whose 1984 and Brave New World seemed to predict...

Book Review, “PolitiChicks: A Clarion Call to Political Activism”

“Politics-The art or science of Government”– Merriam-Webster “Politics The art of Life”–An olde government teacher Many years ago when a young lady I knew heard that my childhood was...
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