Browsing: March 10

A Brief History On March 10, 2022, the latest film from The Daily Wire, The Hyperions, premiered for free on YouTube.  A comic book superhero film, The Hyperions does not intend to compete with the gigantic, big budget productions, but manages to entertain rather well on its limited platform.  The third in a series of films from podcast specialists The Daily Wire, The Hyperions is a different type of film than the first two offerings from The Daily Wire, the second of which, Shut In,  premiered on February 10, 2022. Digging Deeper The previous film having been a horror/thriller type…

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A Brief History On March 10, 1952, Fulgencio Batista, a former military sergeant in the Cuban Army and former President of Cuba from 1940 to 1944, led a successful coup against the democratically elected government of the island nation of Cuba, installing himself as “President,” or more accurately as dictator.  Batista remained in charge of Cuba with the support of the United States until the Fidel Castro led revolution aided by revolutionary hero Che Guevera ousted the would be king in 1959.  Castro later declared himself and his regime to be communist after 2 years of contentious relations with the…

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A Brief History On March 10, 2019, we offer a mini-review of the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) blockbuster film Captain Marvel.  Unfortunately, even prior to the release of the movie on March 8, 2019, coincidentally International Women’s Day, tremendous flak developed over the star, Actress Brie Larson, making comments seen by some as anti-White Male.  The result of the fallout from Larson’s unfortunate comments has been extreme, with scathing articles and reviews denouncing the film, often by people that did not even see the movie!  Robo-reviews and comments on blogs and movie sites have flooded the media, both with…

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A Brief History On March 10, 2018, as we have done every March 10 since 1990, Americans celebrate Harriet Tubman Day, a holiday signed into law on March 9, 1990, by President George HW Bush. Tubman, an escaped African American slave, famously made 13 rescue missions into the slave holding Southern states to rescue at least 70 slaves via her network for escaped slaves known as the “Underground Railroad.” An advocate for the abolition of slavery, Tubman also served as a Union spy during the American Civil War and advocated for women’s suffrage after the Civil War. While you may…

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A Brief History On March 10, 1913, American abolitionist and humanitarian Harriet Tubman died of pneumonia. Just as we have some men that have shaped the course of history, we also have some women who changed the status quo. Whether it is a major scientific discovery, a life work on charity, or a fight for human and civil rights, there are many women who have stamped their name in history and will continue to be remembered for generations to come. With a true display of passion, strength, and leadership, these women showed that their place is not just “in the kitchen”, and what men…

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