Westmont Prof Talks Mind Control on A&E Channel

Westmont sociology professor Ron Enroth will likely appear in the television programMind Control, airing this Sunday on A&E. The program takes an in-depth look at the highly secretive doomsday religious cultsMeade Ministries and the House of Yahweh, documenting the methods used to recruit new members and their experiences once they join…

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The True Story Of Che Guevara

This film gives a balanced and informative perspective on the life of the complicated and controversial rebel who was executed by the Bolivian Army in 1967 and who, after his death, became an icon of socialist revolutionary movements worldwide…

 

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A Seafaring Adventure Turned Nightmare

The History Channel knew it had a ripping good story in “Skeletons on the Sahara,” so, like a scandal sheet covering some stupendous celebrity gaffe or gruesome crime, it went into overdrive to tell it. Of course, overdrive for this usually staid channel isn’t all that zippy. Still, you almost surely won’t see a more shocking depiction of camel-urine drinking on television this year…

 

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A Seafaring Adventure Turned Nightmare

The History Channel knew it had a ripping good story in “Skeletons on the Sahara,” so, like a scandal sheet covering some stupendous celebrity gaffe or gruesome crime, it went into overdrive to tell it. Of course, overdrive for this usually staid channel isn’t all that zippy. Still, you almost surely won’t see a more shocking depiction of camel-urine drinking on television this year…

 

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In the thick of the Laotian jungle, an ambush.

The History Channel’s new series, “Heroes Under Fire,” makes its debut tonight with a gem, “Jungle Ambush,” about a U.S. Special Forces mission into Laos during the Vietnam War that turned into a savage fight for survival…

 

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Looking at Actual Horrors Of ‘Black Hawk Down’ Case

”The True Story of Black Hawk Down,” tonight on the History Channel, is meant to be a troubling documentary. But it may be troubling in more ways than its producers intended. This program employs stark images of death and desecration to recall a horrible chapter in recent American history, the 1993 military campaign in Mogadishu, Somalia…

 

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