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Anthem Film Fest: Countryside vs. City – Two Wars

two wars

An attack on Vietnam veterans – I suddenly felt like I was back at UCLA in 1971. Read More »

Anthem Film Fest – ‘The Conversation’ in the Bag

The Conversation

Socrates would be proud. Read More »

Anthem Film Festival – Gutsy Truth and Economic Truth


Two approaches to serving up the truth were offered on Thursday, July 11, at the Anthem Film Festival. Read More »

Anthem Film Fest: Two for the Culture


Narrative film – movies that tell a story through drama or comedy – has the power to foster cultural change, as these two films demonstrate Read More »

Anthem Film Festival – ‘The Last Week’


You don’t have to do anything wrong to be destroyed by litigation. Read More »

Russell Means Has Left Us to Fight on for Ourselves

Russell Means was an inspiration to all people who yearn to be free. Read More »

Society and the Individual, Part Two: Personal Freedom in the Land of the Free

Is freedom in America truly free? And how is it guaranteed? Read More »

Chris Christie’s Gay Marriage Dilemma

Gov. Chris Christie finds himself between a rock and a hard place in the battle for marriage equality. Read More »

The Rise of the Heinlein Republican

Can Newt Gingrich's personal life and strange obsessions be explained by the influence of Robert Heinlein? Read More »

Against All My Liberal Beliefs, a Libertarian Economy Can Succeed

Libertarian economies are accomplishing feats beyond America's ability. We can do the same, if we're willing to pay the price. Read More »