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Tag Archives: television
Last Saturday morning, while I’m enjoying my breakfast vice of bacon and eggs, ABC News interrupted its regular news program with BREAKING NEWS! Of course, I turned the volume up a bit and directed my undivided attention to the TV … Continue reading
Picture the American voter. Like a baby bird in the nest, turning its outstretched, open beak skyward for its next meal. Chirping, singing and squalling for more and more and more. Next time you’re driving, snarled in traffic or stopped … Continue reading
In 1972, an Oliver Quayle survey declared Walter Cronkite “the most trusted man in America.” Recently, American University Professor Joseph Campbell, author of the book Getting It Wrong!, states that Cronkite was not the most trusted man in America at … Continue reading
Remember disco music, Reaganomics, and the Cabbage Patch Kids? In a decade that began with the murder of the man who championed “Give Peace a Chance,” the technology and the economic policies of the 1980’s strangled creativity and imagination. A … Continue reading
Contrary to popular belief, there aren’t a lot of big men in the entertainment business. Most look larger than they are due to a little camera magic using different angles, shorter supporting actors and actresses, and physical accoutrements such as … Continue reading