The Last Woman Standing – My 5 Favorite Olivia de Havilland Films

I just learned that actress Olivia de Havilland passed away. She was one of the last few actors/actresses from that era. There isn’t really anybody left, except perhaps Kim Novak. But from the studio system, de Havilland was the last one.

So, what were some of my favorite films of hers? There were just too many to list. I will do my best to pick my five favorites from her huge collection of films:

1. The Heiress | 1949

2. The Snake Pit | 1948

3. Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte | 1964

4. Lady in a Cage | 1964

5. Captain Blood | 1935

There were plenty of other good ones, such as “To Each His Own” and “Strawberry Blonde,” but I think these stand out the most to me.

With “Captain Blood,” I don’t really care about pirate pictures, but this Errol Flynn picture was entertaining.

My Debut Edition of the Liberty Nation Swamponomics Videocast (updates)

For about two years now, I’ve been writing a weekly economics column, titled “Swamponomics.” It started off as a series to expose economic fallacies, but evolved and it now also covers news stories of the past week.

Liberty Nation decided to do a videocast to complement the column. This will be a test run for several weeks, and if it does well, then it could be a permanent addition to LN’s incredible catalog of video content.

Here is the video:

Here are two more videos that have been published:

The Post-Coronavirus Economy: I Talk to Tim Donner on the Videocast Edition of LN Radio

I recently spoke with Liberty Nation’s heavyweight commentator Tim Donner about global financial markets, the Federal Reserve, and the post-Coronavirus economy.

While this was an LN Radio, this was a special videocast edition. I was unaware of this when the interview started, which explains why I looked unkempt in a t-shirt. Plus, I haven’t had a haircut since December!

Here is my interview (starts at 11:45):