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BY DENNIS BEHREANDT Here it is, at long last, the day the Mayan calendar runs out according to popular culture. Browsing Netflix will show just how popular this idea of the end of time is as documentaries on the "2012 Apocalypse" abound. The viewpoint expressed in these and countless online...
By Dennis Behreandt The extrajudicial disappearance of Ai WeiWei, China's most famous artist and architect, reminded the world that the Chinese communist police state apparatus is alive and well. As a result, it brought intense international criticism down on the regime in Beijing. Ultimately, Ai WeiWei was released. But instead of...
By Dennis Behreandt Texas Governor Rick Perry’s entry into the ranks of Republican presidential contenders has raised questions about both his religious beliefs and, more broadly, about the political and economic consequences of Christianity. Writing for the Atlantic, former Maryland lieutenant governor Kathleen Kennedy Townsend raised the issue from a...
By Denise Behreandt After the opening performance of the play Lombardi on Broadway, lead actor Dan Lauria who played legendary Green Bay Packers’ coach Vince Lombardi, explained that while he was on stage performing he witnessed former packer players Dave Robinson and Jerry Kramer crying. Like Lombardi himself, Kramer and Robinson...