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HOT COFFEE, a documentary feature film

HOT COFFEE, a documentary feature film

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Best World War 2 Documentaries Thanks to the valiant efforts of television producers the world over (and a few dubious cable channels), you don't have to learn about the past through books. Instead, you can sit back, relax and have your history accompanied by genuine footage from the time. This is my list of the best World War 2 documentaries you can buy: some great series haven’t been released. 1. World at War: The Complete Set Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch's War on Journalism (2004) Outfoxed shows how the Fox News channel is used to promote and advocate right-wing views. Follow Robert Greenwald Celebrate 10 years of Brave New Films with our Boxed Set:

Float Nation by Jory Piglowski & Carl Jessee *** Due to the massive generosity of everyone who has donated and spread the word about this page, we were able to exceed our Kickstarter goal in less than three days! We hope to far exceed our goal to help us fund some essential equipment purchase/rental expenses to make this documentary. Please keep spreading this page to everyone you know who may be interested in supporting us! Run From The Cure- Hemp Oil Cancer Treatment Presenting Christian Laurette's RUN 2 THE CURE - The Cure for Cancer Documentary PREVIEW TRAILER #1 of the long-awaited sequel to the independent documentary RUN FROM THE CURE: The Rick Simpson Story (February 2008) which led to an international people's recognition of how cannabis oil kills cancers and other so-called "incurable" diseases, while exposing the cancer/pharmaceutical industry's dark reputation for holding back natural medicines that work, in favor of continuing the status quo for maximum profit at the cost of human lives. Governments are not acting responsibly with our lives and it is "high" time we took our health back, with no more tolerance for prohibition. We don't have time to wait for studies. People are dying.

Watch the Full Documentary Online In the wake of the financial crisis and the recent rise of the Occupy movement, the issue of income inequality has gained unprecedented public awareness. Over the last thirty years, the U.S. economy itself doubled. But, these gains went to a very few: the top 1% of earners now take in more than 20% of all income -- three times what they did in 1970. Distortions are even more extreme at the very top. The 400 richest Americans now own more wealth than the bottom 150 million combined. While this level of inequality poses a serious risk to all Americans, regardless of income level, much of the rhetoric on this subject has been fueled by anger and resentment from a frustrated middle class who feel their birthright – the American Dream – has been taken away from them.

PROJECT WILD THING: A feature-length documentary by David Bond & Ashley Jones What will happen if we raise a generation of children completely out of touch with nature? Filmmaker David Bond thinks Mother Nature needs a helping hand. His children are fascinated by screens but are strangers to the natural world. Childhood is different to when he grew up - so many distractions compete for children’s time and attention. David appoints himself the Marketing Director for Nature and, with the help of marketing experts, he sets out to convince apathetic consumers, and his family, of the benefits of this amazing, free, wonder product.

The Future of Food There is a revolution happening in the farm fields and on the dinner tables of America - a revolution that is transforming the very nature of the food we eat. The Future of Food offers an in-depth investigation into the disturbing truth behind the unlabeled, patented, genetically engineered foods that have quietly filled U.S. grocery store shelves for the past decade. From the prairies of Saskatchewan, Canada to the fields of Oaxaca, Mexico, this film gives a voice to farmers whose lives and livelihoods have been negatively impacted by this new technology.

We'd Have Revolution If People Understood This Martin Luther King, Jr. was working towards a guaranteed basic income for all when he was killed. Wealth inequality, neoliberalism, the actions of the Federal Reserve, along with the greed and theft of the global elite have made the call for a guaranteed basic income for all even more urgent in 2014 than in the 1960s. David DeGraw, interviewed here by Dennis Trainor, Jr. of Acronym TV claims the alternative is a violent revolution. In his new book, The Economics of Revolution, DeGraw writes: “Having that much wealth consolidated within a mere 1% of the population, while a record number of people toil in poverty and debt, is a crime against humanity. For example, it would only cost 0.5% of the 1%’s wealth to eliminate poverty nationwide.