“Hollywood’s Information Man”
The story of: Peter Bart.
Associate Professor of Economics, North Carolina State Univ.
FacebookTwitterEmail ESPN reporter Britt McHenry was very, very unhappy that her car was towed in Virginia. So, when she went
Watching The Baader Meinhof Complexâ€™s titular Teutonic terrorist gang in action on the small screen, I was struck by dÃ©jÃ vu of it all. A small but growing band of radicals with a penchant for street theater, wishing to smash capitalism and destroy the system from within, led by a fanatical, brawling leader, with at least one articulate well-bred intellectual within the inner circle. Starting off by blowing up small, bourgeois shops. Eventually hooking up with sympathetic allies in the Middle East. Then killing American soldiers. And when finally cornered, going out in a Gotterdammerung of mass suicide rather than face punishment from their captors. Thatâ€™s never happened in Germany before
Gone in 120 seconds! An incredible video shows the moment a 17-story building in Detroit is reduced to rubble
FacebookTwitterEmail Come on now… what’s more American and fun than blowing something up? An OCC graduate, Andrea Wilson, got a