There are few actors so closely tied to a persona than Raymond Burr as Perry Mason. This long-running series was built upon Erle Stanley Gardner´s many novels about a brilliant defense lawyer and his staff, that solved many a crime with surprise witnesses and stern cross-examinations.The Politics Of Negotiation
Now it’s the turn of Jodhaa-Akbar. For allegedly hurting the sentiments of someone or the other, it is getting banned in state after state. The ban has become so glibly used that today it seems to have become a routine part of our lives. The electric aura around a banned book or film has disappeared altogether for today anything can be banned for virtually any reason. Gather ten people, break a couple of windows, get a television channel on the spot and, presto, you have created a national outrage. Soon you will have a vocal representative of your cause butting heads with other talking heads in righteous discussions.Colloidal Silver “Blue Man” Returns To Today Show
The so-called colloidal silver “blue man,” Paul Karason, was back on the Today show this week. He had previously appeared on the show and had promised to allow blood tests to be administered to himself in order to ascertain if his excessive colloidal silver consumption had caused any health or medical problems other than the argyric skin staining. Now the initial blood tests results are in. And guess what? It turns out he is healthy as a horse, in spite of his “blue” appearance.Episode 12 “School Lies” – Recap and Review
I thought “School Lies” was one of the best episodes of the season. Why? Well, for one, the show’s just getting better and better. But also because this episode was both a lot of fun to watch and really emotional. And because Chuck is back.Goliath Against Barbarians – Rome Against Zombies – Two Italian Spectaculars
As Italian sword-and-sandal spectaculars go, Goliath Against Barbarians is one of the best. American Steve Reeves sports his small beard and huge muscles as he plays a character whose name is not Goliath but something authentic-sounding and yet barely discernible.