Category Archives: violence

Hollywood: Don’t Make the Villain Cooler than the Hero (Crazies Are Watching)

Crazy people are with us, always. For a few people, brain chemistry changes, as yet understood, happens mostly around late adolescence and early adulthood, and makes them see things that are not there, in reality. Son of Sam, David Berkowitz, … Continue reading

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How to Stop Mass Murders, and Why It Won’t Happen

There is a way to stop mass murders. But politically it is simply impossible. Gun Control? No. Involuntary Commitment. Jared Lee Loughner. James Holmes. Cho Seung Hui. All were known to be violent, and dangerous semi-psychotic men. Their murderous rampages … Continue reading

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The Dark Knight Rises Movie Shooting: Healthy and Unhealthy Fantasies

Christopher Nolan’s “Dark Knight Rises” was set to be a triumphant success. The last in his three series of movies about Batman, and clocking in at nearly three hours long, the movie premiered at Midnight Friday all across America, in … Continue reading

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Obama and Trayvon Martin: Stalingrad

The saying goes that generals fight the last war. Obama, and his allies, politically are stuck in the 1960s. Everything for them, is Bull Connor setting police dogs and hoses on peaceful Black civil rights marchers, live on the three … Continue reading

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Why America is Weak: All About Violence

CBS News recently ran a story on an anti-bullying crusader. Former Hollywood publicist Jodee Blanco travels around the country lecturing school kids on how to stop bullying. By caring. A lot: “Bullying is about kids needing compassion and my perspective … Continue reading

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TV’s Bad Boys and Violence

TV is more violent than ever before. Violent deaths, assaults, and other brutality fill the screen. At a time when TV has never been more oriented towards the female viewer? What gives? The answer of course lies in the type … Continue reading

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Pinker’s Violence Fantasy: the Truth About War and Violence in the Post Cold War Age

The WSJ’s article by Steven Pinker Why Violence is Vanishing illustrates the desperate nature of Liberals and the Modern Western Society (which is profoundly Liberal in the modern, PC sense). Wanting desperately to believe that there is no more reason … Continue reading

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