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Wiretap: Obama in Selma, loving America

Ezra Klein writes in Vox that Barack Obama's speech in Selma was his eloquent answer to the question of what it means to love...

On 50th anniversary of Selma, Rep. John Lewis has a message...

He starts slow, but what he says builds unselfconsciously and becomes riveting in a way that sounds not at all like a Brian Williams or a Bill O'Reilly story.

High Noon: Oscar madness, featuring Littwin and Denerstein

Mike Littwin: Hi Nooners, we're going a different way today. No politics. Or least no politics unless they've been approved by Hollywood. We're doing...

The past is never dead. It’s not even past.

The movie Selma, which was mostly overlooked by members of the Oscar-awarding academy, is about the 1965 protests in Alabama led by Martin Luther...

Denerstein on ‘Selma’: No biopic; it’s a great study of a...

A few observations from the fine new movie Selma: Martin Luther King sometimes ate ravenously. He had difficult conversations with his wife, a woman...

Denerstein’s Top Ten-plus movies of the year

What kind of a movie year has it been? Let's be guided by the spirit of the season and be generous. Call it a...

Wiretap: Looking at de Blasio

In the wake of the killings of two New York City police officers, the rift between the mayor the police union may make it...