Turning Point 911 and the War on Terror is a documentary about some of the ways 911 changed America and its government. While the documentary does a good job walking viewers through the lies, wasted money, lack of integrity, and many of the failings that resulted in America spending 20 years in Afghanistan only to… Continue reading Reviewing Turning Point 911 and the War on Terror
Crip Camp is about a group of activists with disabilities who met as teenagers at a summer camp in New York State and took over a federal building when the Carter administration wasn’t agreeing to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.
Yup, I watched Tiger King. It was real trashy entertainment. I rarely binge watch. Tiger King won’t change that. I began the show believing zoos should be outlawed. Obviously, nothing in the show changed my mind. Zoos are cruel places that prevent animals from living anything that approximates their natural lives. There is simply no… Continue reading Reviewing Tiger King
The Flu that Killed 50 million is a BBC documentary on the worldwide pandemic of 1918. As someone who enjoys history and didn’t know much about the pandemic, I found The Flu that Killed 50 million to be an interesting documentary. I’m not entirely sure it’s completely accurate, but the documentary paints a reasonable picture… Continue reading Reviewing the Flu that Killed 50 Million
PBS’s documentary Dark Money is a must watch. It’s not at all up lifting. It’s incredibly educational and informative. If you want to understand how corporations are buying our elections and politicians, you need to watch Dark Money.