He was in big trouble with Iranian security, and if he was seen filming he would be arrested. So he came up with a plan. Masquerading as a taxi driver, he rigged a cab with small cameras and hit the streets of Tehran. The resulting ride is, well, great taxi theatre. We see the actual […]

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It wouldn’t be released until late November, but by Labor Day the critics were suggesting awards for “The King’s Speech.”

The Telluride Film Festival chose only one of the many new movies about Iraq. It’s a digital film from a digital war. And it’s about soldiers.

Did the media just go blank on the propaganda that supported the first Gulf War? At least The New York Times and Bob Woodward have published apologies.

The psychological explanation for Abu Ghraib currently circulating in the media doesn’t let the military command off the hook. John Kerry is missing another opportunity here.

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