Atlas Shrugged, Part 1
Given our familiarity with your state (much of our story takes place there), and as it appears that there’s an ongoing struggle to craft and pass a map to reflect the new congressional district lines, Atlas Shrugged, Part 1 (the first part of a planned filmed trilogy of Ayn Rand’s novel) hereby submits its own map (which appears below) to assist in your process.
Critic Man was jolted awake by a loud rushing sound. He was startled and disoriented. He could not remember where he was just moments ago and now he found himself in a darkened room with a bright light coming from the wall in front of him. He frantically looked around to get his bearings.
It was Another Year, not a Leap Year, at the movies while we experienced Life During Wartime. And It’s Kind of a Funny Story, but How Do You Know about Life as We Know It/? Well, here’s one way to tell it Just Wright.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1
Starring Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Ralph Fiennes;
The cinematic world of Harry Potter is sadly coming to an end.
In July 2003, Joseph C. Wilson wrote an op-ed in the New York Times (titled “What I Didn’t Find in Africa”) disputing the evidence used by the Bush Administration to justify the war against Iraq. The film Fair Game is about what led up to that op-ed, the fall-out from it, and how its publication affected him and his wife, Valarie Plame. To get a perspective on this film, The Colorado Statesman has agreed to publish an op-ed by Doug Young regarding Fair Game.
Hey kids! Did you become annoyed with all of those nasty campaign commercials? Did you get sick of all the talk by grown-ups about this election and things like tea parties, Obamacare, the ugly 3, witches, and a power shift in Congress? Are you glad it’s all over? Well then, gather around and let me tell you a tale to help you get your mind off all that mudslinging, muckraking and machinations.
Waiting for ‘Superman’