Michael Clark

Apr 22, 2019
If Brian Kemp has any chance of being re-elected in 2022 while also serving the best interests of the majority of people living and working in the state of Georgia, he really has no choice but to veto H.B. 481.

Oct 12, 2018
The meat and potatoes of “Dummycrats” arrive when Diamond & Silk visit areas of Los Angeles and San Francisco, represented in congress respectively by Maxine Waters and Pelosi.

Oct 10, 2018
For the first 85 minutes of this succinct and blistering 93 minute movie, the filmmakers painstakingly eschew politics as it might apply to differing opinions regarding abortion on both the far right and far left.

Oct 5, 2018
The 90 minute film offers a measured warning to all onlookers. If you choose to make enemies out of your competitors, belittle the common folk and stick your finger of the taxman’s eye, your odds of emerging unscathed become greatly reduced.

Oct 2, 2018
Shortly after arriving in Los Angeles in the early 1960s, the Utah native Hal Ashby got a job as an editor and soon became the friend and protégée of director Norman Jewison.

Sep 21, 2018
For movie purists, documentary junkies especially, Moore’s choice to be the star of his own films has arguably robbed him of credibility, although others would say he’s made the largely dry genre more entertaining.

Sep 20, 2018
The latest in a long line of operas, ballets, musicals, TV, and feature films, “Lizzie” centers on one of the country’s highest-profile unsolved multiple murder cases.

Sep 18, 2018
Gilda Radner led a charmed life and the bookends at the start and end of her existence would crush most of us, yet she handled all of it with a smile.

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