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“The Birth Of A Nation” Turns One Hundred Years Old This Year

D.W. Griffith‘s legendary racist masterpiece just turned one hundred years old this month. THE BIRTH OF A NATION (1915) revolutionized the art of making movies (techniques that are still used in today’s Hollywood) while at the same time it poisoned race relations & contributed to a brief resurgence of popularity for the Ku Klux Klan (KKK). What always intrigues me…

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Top Ten Movies Of The Decade

(Happy New Year – promoted by Garrett Quinn) Top Ten Movies of the Decade 1. WALL-E (2008)

The first 40 minutes of WALL-E are some of the most amazing film making in the history of cinema. Rarely does a film convey so many traits in the range of human emotion with nearly no intelligible verbal dialogue. Our hero is a…

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Oscar Observations

(Sorry for the delay.   – promoted by garrett3000) While watching the Oscars I frequently checked my twitter feed and Facebook status to see what the rest of the world was saying about the Academy Awards. Twitter proved to be much more entertaining than Facebook status updates. Just take a look at some of these thoughtful tweets I pulled off…

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RMG Poll & Open Thread: The Best Conservative-Themed Films Of The Last 25 Years By NRO

( – promoted by EaBo Clipper) National Review Online (NRO) recently conducted a survey on which movies made over the last 25 years would be considered the best in terms of expressing/exhibiting conservative themes. This was the final tally: 25. Gran Torino

24. Team America: World Police

23. United 93

22. Brazil

21. Heartbreak Ridge

20. Gattaca

19. We Were…

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How Far Can You Go In 33 Minutes?

While Congress ponders how best to squander your tax dollars, they do have a Constitutional mandate that often gets pushed to the back burner. To “provide for the common defense” should be the primary mission of the President and Congress, for without it, there may be no need to debate any other issues.  One of the programs targeted by the…

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