Wednesday, December 28

Little Girl Lost (1988)

Published on Dec 5, 2016
Based on a true story, A family fight to adopt a little girl they fostered. But then social welfare decide to send Tella back to her natural father, who it is apparent is sexually and physically abusing her.

The Brady's fight to get her back.

Little Girl Lost

The Water Is Wide (2006)

The Water Is Wide

Martin Luther King Jr.'s - Letter from Birmingham Jail

Published on Aug 25, 2014
On Feb. 24, 2014, the Aspen Institute held an event at the Washington National Cathedral commemorating 50 years of featuring Martin Luther King Jr.'s "Letter from Birmingham Jail" in the Aspen Seminar.

With a discussion led by Aspen Institute President and CEO Walter Isaacson, the talk featured some of the country's greatest thinkers: civil rights leader Julian Bond, US Poet Laureate Natasha Tretheway, Dean of the Washington National Cathedral Rev. Gary Hall, and Yale Law professor Stephen L. Carter.

Letter from Birmingham Jail

Manners, Morals and the Etiquette of Democracy.

Published on Sep 5, 2014
Carter’s previous novel was an intriguing alternate history that imagined The Impeachment of Abraham Lincoln; now, the Yale law professor revisits the Cuban Missile Crisis. Adding Margo Jensen, a Cornell undergraduate, to the cast of historical figures, Carter concocts a deft political and psychological thriller in which Jensen shuttles among world capitals as a liaison—and sometimes more—between Kennedy and Khrushchev.

Stephen L. Carter - Back Channel

Overview video highlighting CIA's mission, structure and history.

CIA Overview

"Trump Is Not Your Cyrus"

Prophecy from God

God Has Set A Snare

The Trump Trap & Lying Prophets: God Has Set A Snare

The Snare

The Common Character Trait of Geniuses

Published on Jan 10, 2014
Geniuses like Isaac Newton and Richard Feynman both had the ability to concentrate with a sort of intensity that is hard for mortals to grasp.
Transcript -- I'm tempted to say smart, creative people have no particularly different set of character traits than the rest of us except for being smart and creative, and those being character traits. Then, on the other hand, I wrote a biography of Richard Feynman and a biography of Isaac Newton. Now, there are two great scientific geniuses whose characters were in some superficial ways completely different. Isaac Newton was solitary, antisocial, I think unpleasant, bitter, fought with his friends as much as with his enemies. Richard Feynman was gregarious, funny, a great dancer, loved women. Isaac Newton, I believe, never had sex. Richard Feynman, I believe, had plenty. So you can't generalize there.
On the other hand, they were both, as I tried to get in their heads, understand their minds, the nature of their genius, I sort of felt I was seeing things that they had in common, and they were things that had to do with aloneness. Newton was much more obviously alone than Feynman, but Feynman didn't particularly work well with others. He was known as a great teacher, but he wasn't a great teacher, I don't think, one on one. I think he was a great lecturer. I think he was a great communicator. But when it came time to make the great discoveries of science, he was alone in his head. Now, when I say he, I mean both Feynman and Newton, and this applies, also, I think, to the geniuses that I write about in The Information, Charles Babbage, Alan Turing, Ada Byron. They all had the ability to concentrate with a sort of intensity that is hard for mortals like me to grasp, a kind of passion for abstraction that doesn't lend itself to easy communication, I don't think.


Inside The Twin Towers


Elizabeth Taylor

Who was She Really ?

Susan Hayward.

Things I discovered about Susan Hayward

The Life of Clark Gable

Clark Gable

The Money, The Power, The Madness !


Howard Hughes

American business tycoon, entrepreneur, investor, aviator, aerospace engineer, inventor, filmmaker and philanthropist. During his lifetime, he was known as one of the wealthiest self-made people in the world. As a maverick film tycoon, Hughes gained prominence in Hollywood from the late 1920s, making big-budget and often controversial films like The Racket (1928), Hell's Angels (1930), Scarface (1932), and The Outlaw (1943).
Subsequently, he formed the Hughes Aircraft Company and hired numerous engineers and designers. He spent the rest of the 1930s setting multiple world air speed records, built the Hughes H-1 Racer and H-4 "Hercules" (better known to history as the "Spruce Goose" aircraft), and acquired and expanded Trans World Airlines (TWA), which was later acquired by and merged with American Airlines.[4] Hughes also acquired Air West and renamed it Hughes Airwest. This airline was eventually acquired by and merged into Republic Airlines (1979–1986).
Hughes was included in the Flying magazine list of the 51 Heroes of Aviation, ranking at No. 25.[5] He is remembered for his eccentric behavior and reclusive lifestyle in later life, caused in part by a worsening obsessive–compulsive disorder (OCD) and chronic pain.

How & Why Donald Trump Stole America.

The Pathological - Malignant Narcissist - Expert

Richard Kuklinski Documentary - The Iceman

The Iceman

The Dogs of War

(1980) Christopher Walken

People Will Talk


People Will Talk



President Obama British Parliament Full Speech London England

President Obama British Parliament