Monthly Archives: December 2013

Freedom in Film: Becket (1964)

Film and stage legend Peter O’Toole died last Saturday, December 14, at age 81. Best known for his epic Lawrence of Arabia, O’Toole is also remembered for his dramatization of King Henry II in Becket (1964), for which he received … Continue reading

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The 2013 “Lie of the year”

You might think that the “Lie of the Year” must be a subjective thing. And, it may be. But, the Pulitzer Prize winning PolitiFact just announced its choice for the 2013 “Lie of the Year,” and I’ll bet many Americans … Continue reading

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Is Washington State ObamaCare’s Success Story?

Washington has had one of the most “successful” ObamaCare rollouts in the country, with a couple hundred thousand applications placed through their state’s health insurance exchange. But the picture is not all rosy. Dr. Roger Stark, a health care policy … Continue reading

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