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The "History" Channel's The World Wars: Have You Considered Watching PBS Instead?

I love a good war documentary – I recently spent a delightful afternoon baking and watching Nazi Mega Weapons and Secrets of the Dead – so I was cautiously excited to see that The History Channel was doing a documentary series on both world wars. 346 more words


Not the Vote That Counts (It's How You Use It)

For my first post in this series, I’m throwing in my two cents on perhaps the most common way we count politically; voting.

I just wanted to clear something up before it becomes a question.  553 more words


Happy 4th Of July

This is the St. Patricks Day of the summer for us. Where we really get after it because yeah, around Labor Day the yellow jackets start getting weird. 86 more words


Interview: Owen Gower

First published on TVBomb

When Margaret Thatcher died in April 2013, rather than the usual outpouring of grief you would expect for a national leader’s passing, the news (encouragingly or disparagingly) was littered with of hoards of jubilant revelers celebrating her demise. 894 more words

Callum Madge

TV Saturday: The Egyptian Job anchors Ancient Egypt marathon

Ordinarily a daylong History Channel marathon devoted to Ancient Egypt and looted antiquities wouldn’t seem all that unusual.

As a timely exposé in the International New York Times this past week pointed out, though, the looting of Egyptian antiquities is one of the great untold stories of recent political upheaval in Egypt. 344 more words


The World Wars on the History Channel; or, all in one and one subbed in for all

Hello and welcome to part 2 of our short, indeed two-part series on the History Channel’s new series The World Wars. In the first part of our mini-series… 841 more words

Truth V. Myth