Friday, November 28, 2014

Head Shots

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Walter White Knows What To Do

About Ferguson and many many other things. . .

Saturday, November 22, 2014

A Man Died That Day


And a husband. And a father. R.I.P.

As the World Ends

The CBS Network, 51 years ago.

Friday, November 21, 2014

Taking Care

Madison Square Garden, May 20th, 1962. (Was Raymond Shaw waiting in the rafters?)

This magnificent document is just a normal speech on a normal day from a man arguing for a healthy labor movement, social insurance, community health, hospitalization plans, and decent housing.

"To break a union is to break yourself."

(For those who have a problem with the sound and video quality, go watch Obama in HD.)

Our Kennedy

Ordinarily filled with little but Obamoid / Zionist / anti-conspiracy swill, here Maher dishes it straight.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Mailer in the Spring of '68

It should've been a Spring like any other Spring, as it should've been a political year like any other political year. It is the night of May 28th, 1968 in Manhattan and Norman Mailer is talking with Bill Buckley -- both men at the height of their literary and cultural power. One man calls himself a "left conservative"; the other is the Godfather of the American Conservative movement. Neither man knew it at the time, but everything communal, egalitarian, and progressive in the American spirit had crested and would never again reach high tide. Robert F. Kennedy would be assassinated in 7 days. And the next 46 years (and counting) would be a reactionary nightmare.

How self-satisfied was the intellectual Left on the cusp of its extinction.

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Eyes?

Kogonada is a video artist who takes the work of great directors and makes it his own. To good or ill effect is the question.



More Kogonada here. (And thanks to Paul for the head's up!)

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Your 2014 U.S. Left, Redux



Proven by Chris Floyd!

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Occasion of Sin