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REVIEW: ‘Operation Finale’ is One of the Greatest Wartime Psychological Thrillers to Hit Theaters

REVIEW: ‘Operation Finale’ is One of the Greatest Wartime Psychological Thrillers to Hit Theaters

    By Jena Greene | Reporter   “Operation Finale” hit theaters this week and I had the privilege of catching an advanced screening. Here are my thoughts. I came in with high hopes for MGM’s “Operation Finale,” starring Oscar Isaac, Ben Kingsley, and Nick Kroll. I’ve seen pretty much every blockbuster war movie out there […]

Book Review | Robert Reich’s ‘Saving Capitalism’

Book Review | Robert  Reich’s ‘Saving Capitalism’

By Jim Sullivan This book is divided into three parts, each part having several sections as follows: Table of Contents  Part I: The free market. the prevailing view; the five building blocks of capitalism; freedom and power; the new property; the new monopoly; the new contract ; the new bankruptc ; the enforcement mechanism; summary: […]

Not Just A Movie Not Just A Movie | Death of a Nation

Not Just A Movie Not Just A Movie | Death of a Nation

By Sigrid Weidenweber I do not as a rule review movies. However, I must make an exception for Dinesh D’Souza’s latest production. Tuesday, August 31, 2018, I was invited to the Red Carpet Premiere of Dinesh D’Souza’s new film Death of a Nation. It was an amazing event. D” Souza managed to brilliantly show the historical […]

Will “Death of a Nation” Lead to a Rebirth of Our Nation?

Will “Death of a Nation” Lead to a Rebirth of Our Nation?

. By Arthur Christopher Schaper  “[W]e here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain — that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom — and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.” Abraham Lincoln, Gettysburg Address On July 30th, […]

Swamp Tale Dives into Deep Waters

Swamp Tale Dives into Deep Waters

If there’s any place you travel that sparks your imagination, it’s the swamp lands of the South, and that’s exactly where author Tim Pompey chose to go for his latest book, Mrs. Parsley and the Tale of Mossel’s Farm. Aimed at readers grades three through five, it takes place in the heart of Florida at […]

CJ Editor’s Novel – Advance book review: Chilling Dystopian novel brings ‘1984’ to the Present

CJ Editor’s Novel – Advance book review: Chilling Dystopian novel brings ‘1984’ to the Present

By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views, Editor’s Note:  The book will be available in Spring 2018 at your favorite bookseller. Check  debratash.com for updates. In real life author Debra Tash is a friendly, kind, and affable person who fits the definition of what one would like in a friend.  But put her behind a word […]

Book Review: Hard Landing

Book Review: Hard Landing

By David Stewart This is David Keith’s second novel and is a continuation of his first novel, Icy Betrayal.  The beginning of the novel is very unique and I won’t ruin it for you.  It catches you and drags you into a very captivating mystery.   You don’t need to read the first novel to enjoy […]

25th Annual Movieguide® Awards Celebrates Inspiring Movies and TV Programs

25th Annual Movieguide® Awards Celebrates Inspiring Movies and TV Programs

Dr. Tom Snyder Entertainment With Strong Christian Content Receives Special Honors Join us on the new C-Pop podcast where Taylor and Jessilyn discuss, debate and sometimes deride pop culture with a strong sense of humor and a focus on Christ. Listen at charismapodcastnetwork.com. The Young Messiah and Dolly Parton’s Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love took home the […]

Critics pan ‘Patriots Day’ for portraying America as good, terrorists as evil

Critics pan ‘Patriots Day’ for portraying America as good, terrorists as evil

Some critics are taking shots at “Patriots Day” – the thriller starring Mark Wahlberg about the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings and the manhunt for the terrorists in the aftermath of the attack – for its unapologetic portrayal of America as a force for good in the battle against radical Islamic terrorism. Writing at BuzzFeed, Anne […]

Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2017 events and closures

Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2017 events and closures

Below is a list of events in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day as well as information regarding City of Oxnard closures on Jan. 16, 2017, for the holiday. Through Jan. 19: Book Displays Highlighting Dr. King’s Legacy, Downtown Oxnard Main Library, 251 S. A St. Jan. 12: Screening of “Dr. Martin Luther King […]

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