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Something Awful Happened? There’s a Conspiracy Behind It.

(Editor’s Note: This piece began soon after the Boston Marathon bombing, but with so much new information coming out so quickly, I held off on it so it wouldn’t be dated.) I wanted to write a response to David Wiegel’s … Continue reading

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Who Says Filmmakers Can’t Change the World?

(Editor’s Note: As this entry was being prepared, news reports indicated that some of the violence in Libya may have been carried out by armed militants, rather than rioters, and that “Sam Bacile” may be a pseudonym for one or … Continue reading

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