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Al Franken, Giant of the Senate

Al Franken, Giant of the Senate

Al Franken
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Amanda W.
Friday, Nov 10, 2017

In the current political climate, one might think the transition from comedy writer to politician would be rather seamless. In Al Franken, Giant of the Senate, Franken describes his struggles trying to get elected by the people of Minnesota in 2008, the balance he has been able to find when working with ideologically opposed members of congress, the work ethic that enabled him to more easily secure re-election in 2014, and the current political climate in Washington.

Manhattan (DVD)

Schlamme, Thomas
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Katie S.
Tuesday, Nov 3, 2015

It's the 1940s and the world is at war. People are dying everyday in a land far, far away. And a group of scientists have military orders to figure out a way to stop the violence, end the war, and bring American soldiers back safely. That is the world of the Manhattan project. Physicists, members of the military and their families move to Los Alamos, New Mexico, expecting an exciting new life only to find themselves confined to a small, unknown town unable to reach anyone in the outside world. Dr. Frank Winters leads a small group of misfits working on the implosion theory while Dr.

Ill Fares the Land by Tony Judt

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Scott V.
Tuesday, Aug 31, 2010

British Historian Tony Judt has written a brilliant polemic on the way we view government. Judt’s Ill Fares the Land challenges the following notions on government: (1) government exist

Tuesday, Dec 15, 2009

Anyone who has read the original text of Fahrenheit 451 is familiar with the central themes of censorship, governmental manipulation, blind faith, and betrayal. Anyone who hasn’t and doesn’t have time can benefit by reading Hamilton’s adaptation.