Posts by Sam Staley
Samuel R. Staley is a Research Fellow at the Independent Institute and Managing Director of the DeVoe L. Moore Center in the College of Social Sciences at Florida State University. He is a contributing author to the Independent books, Property Rights: Eminent Domain and Regulatory Takings Re-Examined and Housing America: Building Out of a Crisis.
Review: Atomic Blonde‘s Stylish Action Bolstered by Duplicity of War
Review: Baby Driver’s Wild Ride With Heart
Review: Valerian Entertains with Focus on Visual Effects and Personal Dignity
Review: Dunkirk Immerses Viewers in Military Disaster
Review: Book of Henry Breaks from Convention to Ask Important Questions
Review: All Eyez On Me and Hip Hop’s Shakespearean Tragedy
Review: Megan Leavey Explores Emotional Trauma of War
Review: Wonder Woman’s Anti-War Theme Elevates Superhero Action Film
Hollywood Versus the Real History of Pirates
Review: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 Romps Through Space with Purpose
Review: The Promise, the Armenian Holocaust, and the Origins of Genocide
Review: The Liberty That Drives A United Kingdom
The Dignity and Value of Work in La La Land and Moonlight
Review: Did Can We Take a Joke? Forewarn Middlebury College?
Review: Logan Shows Superhero Films Can Also Have Soul
Was Hillary Clinton’s Progressive Presidential Bid Doomed from the Start?
Review: Moonlight’s Focus on Drugs, Sexuality Make It a Film for Our Times
Review: The Founder and the Questionable Ethics of Business
Review: Hidden Figures Exposes Social Cost of Prejudice
Review: Silence Explores Religious Liberty in Feudal Japan
Rogue One Is a Rousing Addition to Star Wars Saga
Loving Exposes Dark Side of Legislating Morality
Ben Carson and the Future of Cities
Political Power Takes a Hit in J. K. Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts
The Trump Transition and a Red Apocalypse?

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