Genius on Hold (2012) is a libertarian-friendly documentary on the life of Walter Shaw, a gifted telecommunications inventor with a ninth grade education. Genius on Hold makes a clear-cut case for how government regulation hurts people. It’s a great libertarian documentary with, sadly, an incongruent progressive puff piece tacked onto the end.
A new documentary makes a surprisingly strong case that the Tea Party is corporate astroturfing.
How Monsanto is eating our food sovereignty, one GMO seed at a time.
The BBC’s documentary A Farm for the Future is both shocking and encouraging. It’s shocking as it lays out how modern farming methods are doomed by their dependence on fossil fuels and encouraging as it explains how productive and efficient permaculture can be. 22 Billion Slaves? Here are some interesting facts I picked up from […]
In a six-part BBC documentary Law and Disorder in Philadelphia, Louis Theroux attempts to discover why there is so much drug-related violence in certain Philadelphia neighborhoods. He rides around with police for most of the 60-minute video but near the end spends some time speaking with a police-fingered “drug lord” (without the cops around, for […]
Free for All, the movie details how the GOP stole the 2000 and 2004 elections with media collusion and shows how citizen activism, even on a small scale, can make the difference. Honest elections needs to be a top priority for the Libertarian Party.