Freedom

Gone on the Fourth of July

 

A freedom based on tribute
A king not to be contained
The colonists balked
The parliament talked
And the Red Coats still remained

They laid out their When In The Course reasoning
Citing tyrants, natural rights
And maybe even a little Me & Bobby McGee

 

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Freedom

Citizen Kane

Orson Welles first gained national notoriety with his astounding radio broadcast on October 30, 1938. ¬†Radio was the big deal back then and Welles conceived a retelling, of sorts, of the H.G. Welles classic, ‘War of the Worlds’. ¬† In his adaptation for radio, Welles broke the sequence of events down into discrete parts – complete with sound effects and on-the-scene news reports of the invading aliens.

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