It has been well documented that so-called "conservatives" (who no longer fit any traditional definition of "conservative," as they seek to radically alter society rather than "conserve" it) are much better than so-called "liberals" at propaganda. But, ever since Michael Moore's landmark 1989 film Roger and Me, "liberals" have been catching up. We now have our own cottage industry of books, movies, and television and radio programs designed to tell the untold stories.
I don't have the time or energy to do an in-depth analysis of this trend here, but, lucky you, I don't have to. Check out this article from the Christian Science Monitor. While not quite as in depth as I would like, it is a pretty good look at the new(ish) genre, "docu-ganda" films.
Suns and Warriors Put On a Show (And Demonstrate Why Pace Matters) - Last night the Phoenix Suns and the Golden State Warriors, two of the fastest paced teams in the NBA, were matched up against each other on national televi...
9 years ago