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Lately, when I get the opportunity, I try to watch clips from Woody Allen pictures. Perhaps it brings me back to my teen years when I wanted to watch every Allen picture I could get my hands on.
It’s impossible to watch them these because the twins are a lot of work and they drain all your energy that you can’t pay attention to something longer than 15 minutes before you fall asleep.
After viewing these scenes on YouTube, it had me thinking what his best films are. Everyone will either cite “Annie Hall” or “Manhattan,” which are both incredible endeavors, from the story to the cinematography to the acting.
But he has plenty of other gems that omitted from the average person’s “best Woody Allen movie.”
So, here are his top five pictures that are not named “Annie Hall” nor “Manhattan” (in no particular order):
1. “Husbands and Wives”
2. “Hannah and Her Sisters”
3. “Deconstructing Harry”
4. “Stardust Memories”
5. “Match Point”
What I find interesting is that a lot of these films are taken, er, in homage to other classic films. “Stardust” was Allen’s take on “8 1/2” and “Match Point” was mostly ripped off from “A Place in the Sun.”
For the first time ever in my extensive writing career, I have been given a column.
Over at Liberty Nation, I have a new weekly column, titled “Swamponomics: Exposing This Week’s Economic Fallacies.”
So, what’s it all about? I have an opening description in every piece:
Welcome to another installment of Swamponomics. The column that dives into the week’s morass of top news stories and swims through the stream of economic fallacies that have been accepted as conventional wisdom by swamp creatures for years. We hope this satisfies your demand for real and alternative economic insight not found in the minds of leftists anywhere.
Here is a list of my columns (it will be updated regularly):
Swamponomics: Exposing This Week’s Economic Fallacies – March 10
Swamponomics: Exposing This Week’s Economic Fallacies – March 17
Swamponomics: Exposing This Week’s Economic Fallacies – March 24
Swamponomics: Exposing This Week’s Economic Fallacies – March 31
Swamponomics: Exposing This Week’s Economic Fallacies – April 7
Swamponomics: Exposing This Week’s Economic Fallacies – April 14
Swamponomics: Exposing This Week’s Economics Fallacies – April 21
Swamponomics: Exposing This Week’s Economic Fallacies – April 28
Last week, I posted an economics story on Liberty Nation that compared the demise of Panera Cares to the Tragedy of the Commons – I noticed mentioned the opportunity cost and the free lunch principle.
I talked about what happened on Truth TV with Leesa Donner.
Here is the interview:
Liberty Nation has been running a series of articles lately on socialism, and they have been pretty popular. As a result, Liberty Nation and Tim Donner spoke with me and a couple of other authors about the past, present, and future of socialism on Radio America.
I recently did a series on socialism for LN (SEE: Why Socialism Failed: A New Liberty Nation Weekly Series).
Here is the interview (skip to 10:30):