We all agree that Columbo is one of the greatest shows of all time. But what’s most impressive is that the calibre of episodes was so high for so long. From its stunning debut in 1968’s Prescription: Murder, the show hit the ground galloping at full pace and barely let up throughout its 70s’ run.
But when, I wonder, can we say the show was at its absolute zenith? When it was still fresh enough to make for joyful viewing, while boasting performances, writing and story lines that were hitting all the right marks time and again?
Regular readers may have noticed that in my review of A Deadly State of Mind, the final episode of Season 4, that I queried whether we had reached ‘peak Columbo‘ in terms of consistent quality. And that’s really the genesis of this article.
“There’s a genuine argument that Season 4…
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In a column published at Townhall on Thursday, journalist and former Fox Business host John Stossel announced that YouTubeattempted to prevent a video he produced on socialism from being viewed by young people.
Ironically enough, Stossel revealed this detail as part of his review of the documentary movie The Creepy Line. The film is about how tech giants (specifically YouTube owner Google and social media giant Facebook) can intentionally manipulate search engine results in order to influence certain political outcomes.
Below is John Stossel’s video in question and there is a Spanish version you can view here. Socialism is the achievement of Communism by political, as opposed to violent, means. Environmentalism hails from the Marxist tradition and the groups based on it use both politics and violence to achieve their ends. It does not do well for individual freedom when technology companies (like Google) further Leftist ends.