- Print Reviews
- January 18, 2021
Music reviews covering the critical years of rock and roll from 1967 to 1973 by critic and band manager Michael Oberman.
George Orwell imagined a world were nothing you do goes unreported to a large, heartless, corporate government and its impossible to tell truth from fiction. Welcome to the future, citizen!
Shelton Hull faces off with former Jacksonville mayor Ed Austin, for a look at local politics past, present and future. Unfortunately there will be no beer drinkin’ nor Stone Cold Stunners.
Bing Futch looks into some of the research that refutes the “official story” on 9/11.
Spendin’ Chuck Bantam wonders where all his money is going, and what this has to do with Mardi Gras and the human condition.
David Lee Beowulf helps us define freedom.
Spending so much time in such a relaxed, non-confrontational atmosphere has somewhat dulled my killer instincts. And now, of all places to relocate to, I pick New York City. That’s right, the Mecca of all Western Civilization, as an old friend once referred to it (that old friend now sells drugs in Washington Square Park, among other horribly communist and leftist occupations). There is speed in the water in NYC. This is not a lie.