Tag Archives: Democracy

Real to Reel: The Oval Office on Film

Here we are once again. The four year presidential election is nye upon us. I’m at a loss for writing anything about how this cycle is, shall we say, unusual. No matter which side you’re on, or on neither side, or are not sure. We can always count on the cinema to provide a retreat […]

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Washington, A Work in Progress

I spent last week in Washington D.C. This city used to be a frequent destination for me to visit museums, take in the architectural beauty and reflect on our history as a nation. This was however my first visit in nearly nine years and it was a very different trip as it involved my 8 […]

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Bill Clinton for President!?

Of course it can’t happen. I know not everything about it was good. And on today’s world stage he may not even be the right choice. But I do miss having a President that is engaged, can speak without being tongue-tied, is intelligent and focused on meaningful goals of average citizens. On the anniversary of […]

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