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Social Justice Warriors Target Classic Television

Not content to comment/protest/riot over what they perceive are the problems with our current society, the SJW are now attacking classic television. Specifically, the TV shows MASH, Taxi, WKR...

Book Review: “The Last Girl” by Nadia Murad

Even though we hear about the atrocities that have occurred under ISIS in general, we are insulated from it because we aren’t personally affected by it and in most cases don’t know...

On Eve Of Golden Globes, Hollywood Women Fear Backlash For Sexual Harassment & Sexual Assault Accusers

It looks like Hollywood is going to war and it is a war between men and women.  According to the blog Deadline Hollywood women are beginning to fear a backlash against them from some of the most...

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...

Muscle Shoals Musician/Producer Rick Hall: Sorrow into Transcendence

The recent passing of Muscle Shoals Producer/Musician/Songwriter Rick Hall makes me pause once more. On a human level, it makes you think of your own mortality and the impact that we can have on...

A Special Christmas Gift and the Joy of Reading

Christmas morning 2017 will be one I will remember and cherish for a long time. As an adult I have always enjoyed the excitement and joy of giving more than receiving. But this year I was the...

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.

Christmas Meatloaf

Christmas makes me think of meatloaf.  Okay, so my family is weird.  But my Aunt Edna could make the best meatloaf ever and she made at least 10 lbs worth every Christmas.  You see my maternal...

The Woman Who Desperately Wanted to Be Famous (A Fictional Compilation)

A story about the other less talked about side of the Casting Couch.

Ann-Marie Murrell Discusses The Duke & Elvis With Western Film Legend Don Collier

Ann-Marie Murrell’s interview with Don Collier, who starred in over 200 Western films and television shows including “The High Chaparral”, “Bonanza”,...

John’s Christmas Gift Picks: Best New Christmas CD releases for 2017

I’ve searched the globe over to find the best new Christmas CD’s of 2017. The internet makes this a lot easier than if I was doing this in 1975! Below is my list of the ones that...

The Christmas of 1969: A Story of Fear, Santa, and Dolls With Sunglasses

It was Christmas Eve, 1969. Ann-Marie and her sister, Lisa, were still awake and filled with terror. Would Santa pass them by?

Book Review: The Hand of the Wicked by Bob Young

“She was someone who over time learned to use her words to fight against those things she thought were wrong…”. Raytown resident Nellie West, may have been crippled from the continued abuse she...

Violinist Lindsey Stirling Offers Beautiful Christmas Gift In Train Station

Violinist Lindsey Sterling played 'Hallelujah' in a train station to very little notice, but the gift she was giving was priceless.