Althouse analyzes how The New York Times, once a newspaper, slants a story. "The dispute" reminds me of this film, from when it was dangerous to go to the movies.
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Author Mark Steyn speaking to the Institute of Public Affairs in Melbourne on the importance of protecting freedom of speech. This should be shown on American college campuses but, unfortunately, the average campus is one of the last places it would be permitted.
I confess to being underwhelmed by this 24.5 million dollar home in Scottsdale. Even if you have the money, less can indeed be more. [And does anyone else remember the Sam Foss poem?]
Jay Ungar and Molly Mason Family Band: "Ashokan Farewell."
The Weekly Standard: The burkini debate in France. The trailer for " I Vitelloni." Cultural Offering on supercharged media bias. Law Latte: The solar system - to scale. The trailer for "Arrival." Wally Bock: Getting fairness right. The trailer for "Little Men." Political Calculations: The anti-junk science checklist. The trailer for "Disorder." Althouse: The death of Gawker.
Check out the first of several offerings from the Harvest Home album by Jay Ungar and Molly Mason.
The trailers for: "Hell or High Water" "Made in Britain" "Anthropoid" "The 9th Life of Louis Drax" "Phoenix Incident" "Florence Foster Jenkins"
Back by popular demand: Michael Chapdelaine with Couperin's "Mysterious Barricades."
The trailer for the documentary. There are far too many people on college campuses who think that free speech is permissible unless someone is offended. Correction: Unless someone who agrees with them is offended.
The Berliner Philharmoniker with the Emperor Waltz. Crank it up.
The new "Ben-Hur" The old "Ben-Hur" The really old (and silent) "Ben-Hur."
Philip Glass: " The Secret Agent."
Here's hoping the Olympics in Rio are a pleasant surprise and go off without a major hitch. After hearing some of the horror stories, however, it strikes me that future event planners should consider having a couple of default locations;...Show More Summary
Back by popular demand: Not your usual street performer.
And how to fix them.
A brief but accurate video on the growing complexity of laws and regulations.
The magic of Waylon Jennings: "Dreaming My Dreams." [HT: Rick Miller]
Cultural Offering has assembled the Essential Mixes for Phil Collins. [On a related note; The "In the Air Tonight" scene from "Miami Vice."]
A taste of the John Williams soundtrack from "Seven Years In Tibet."