Texas rabble-rouser Jim Hightower's latest animation tells the story of the administration's plan to open Iraqi oil to their cronies from the start.
Excuse me for a moment while I vent about the mind-boggling stupidity of the autocratic, bureaucratic, right-wing, Neanderthal numskulls who keep pushing an insane, inane, and inhumane holy war against marijuana – which is, after all, a weed.
We Are What We Eat (part .25), is an attempt to show some of the characters and topics I've been accumulating in the process of making a film about agriculture. 15 minutes is a brief time to even scratch the surface of our relationship with agriculture. It's missing all the beautiful farm stock I intend to shoot this coming harvest, however if you find it compelling, then I've succeeded thus far.
No one is doing more than Wal-Mart to alleviate third-world poverty. They're allowing impoverished people to work in sweatshops!
Jim Hightower goes to bat defending the corporate branding takeover of your favorite team.
Rainforests are disappearing...
University of Florida student Andrew Meyer is abducted by police for asking the wrong question while John Kerry looks on.
Big problem with global warming. Stinky doesn't think it's a problem!
Sam Suds, PI (poisons investigator) is no ordinary detective - his job is to protect the Johnson household from dangerous toxins. He'd been a hero in the past, locking away household villains like lead and DDT. Now he faces one of the most toxic offenders yet: PVC, the poison plastic. But the trail had gone cold. Word around the bathroom was he was washed up. Until she floated in . . .
This mashup features happy rightwingers gloating over their recent victories in getting the type of people they want appointed to the Supreme Court. It's about the JUDGES, they want the JUDGES.