“Socialism and the redistribution of wealth is a fundamentally wrong-thinking, anti-freedom, anti-American idea. Nowhere in history has it worked. It destroys nations. Why do our leaders keep moving us in this direction? […]
We are in the process of buying a house here in Las Vegas. I am glad that we picked a house in an older part of town. It is still the suburbs, […]
It seems everybody’s talking about American Sniper these days, so I figured I’d join the chorus. The movie’s popularity has exploded, with general acclaim from critics and even more from audiences who’ve […]
I missed it, too. Here it is: I am excited. I love Wilmore. I was a big Colbert Report fan, but I am ready for something different. Thoughts?
by Shem Henrichsen Seek & Destroy: Metalicca Seek & Destroy by Metallica is about the searching and destroying of a target. It embodies the hunt of General Zaroff for his prey. Here […]
By Cody Ray Shafer Now that the media hype cycle for The Interview is dying down, is it finally possible to take a good look at the film itself and figure out […]
Merry Christmas to the small, but loyal, team of Approaching Justice readers! Here are some stories and images that stood out to me over the last few days (including some of my […]
From Saturday Night Live of Christmas past: If the movie had actually ended this way, it might have gotten the film-makers in some political trouble. Moyer & Company report over at Rawstory […]
The intense summer heat pushed toward 100 degrees everyday, and we liked to keep the sliding door to our balcony open. It didn’t take long for us to realize that our neighbor liked to smoke more than cigarettes. A sickly sweet smoke wafted into our apartment many days.
HBO produced a film several year ago called Conspiracy. The movie was about the Wenesee Conference, which was a secret meeting held by some of the high-ranking officials of the Nazi party. […]
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