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In a response to the growth of ethnically-oriented museums on the National Mall, Rep. James Moran (D-VA) supports the creation of a museum dedicated to the American melting pot as an alternative. Entitled the National Museum of the American People, it would celebrate how Americans all came together as one great nation. That might sound […]

Out of Syria

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On July 5, 2011
Global Post manages to interview a member of Assad’s army. Fascinating, disturbing, very very interesting. Perhaps most interesting to me was the breakdown of how hierarchy operates in the Syrian army. Share
Edward Copeland with an absolutely fantastic discussion of Hitchcock’s superb Strangers on a Train, especially Robert Walker’s titanic work as the uber-creepy Bruno. Copeland concludes: Finally, there’s the climax on the merry-go-round, one of the most exciting Hitchcock filmed, but there’s a moment many might miss. There’s a little boy still on the ride and […]
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