The captivating tale ‘The Front Runner’ is coming to Blu-Ray I have seen my share of films based on true events. Sometimes they are really good and bring fascinating stories to light. Other times though they tell an interesting story but aren’t as good as I hoped they would be. When I heard about The…
Did His people give up or fight with faith?
What is the situation with the states of African and immigrants?
If you look at the religious demographics of the world, most people will either have a spiritual, mystical, or religious belief.
What does this section of the Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women state about equality of the sexes?
Why is the covenant important, for several decades right into the present, for the civil and political equality in rights of men and women?
Dad Attitude: Our Inner Worlds Do you ever feel like a punching bag? Like a doormat? Or Public Enemy Number One? Does it ever make you so mad you want to punch an actual bag? This is cold and prickly resentment, and it can creep up on all of us. It’s different from red-hot anger…
Try to find out who was behind a terrible act in ‘The Apprentice’ I have read a fair amount of thrillers recently. Thankfully most of them are pretty good. It’s not everyday I read one like The Apprentice though. It was better than I expected it to be. I was able to get a review…
Things go south quickly on Designate Survivor ‘Home’ When I first heard of Designated Survivor I wasn’t that impressed. Political dramas are not a new thing. I also can’t say I am that big of a Kiefer Sutherland fan. Yet when I got a review copy of season 1 I found myself really liking this…
That is NOT the question. The question is why we still have racial divisiveness in a country that calls itself the United States.
We so easily turn away from the truth because it sucks being afraid.
‘Designated Survivor’ Season 1 sets the stage for this show I get to watch a lot of new shows these days. Each one takes me on a different journey. I had heard of Designated Survivor, but it didn’t look like a show I would like. Yet I finally decided to check it out. Here is…
Scott Douglas Jacobsen and guest, Marieme Helie Lucas, who is an Algerian sociologist and activist, discuss religious fundamentalism and women’s rights.
Scott Douglas Jacobsen and guest, Lawrence Hill, who is one of Canada’s most distinguished and published authors, discuss everything in Hill’s purview.
Scott Douglas Jacobsen and guest, a colleague, and friend, Pamela Machado, discuss women’s rights, feminism, and Brazil, and Latin America.
Written in 1945, Focus was Arthur Miller’s first novel and one of the first books to directly confront American anti-Semitism. It remains as chilling and incisive today as it was at the time of its controversial debut.