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  • 00:33

    Experience reporting in Vietnam

    in Military

    Interview with Alan Austin
    Topics of conversation:
    Making Documentaries Experience reporting in Vietnam The Shakespeare Mystery Researching Crime Stories Experience interviewing death row prisoners The Cottage Alan K. Austin
    iUniverse (2011)
    ISBN 9781462068708
    Reviewed by Joseph Yurt for Reader Views (6/12)

    Read the review on ReaderViews.com

  • 02:14


    in Film

    On Friday, January 28, 2010, thanks to Director Keith Famie, three of my songs from the "Wars and Stripes" CD were chosen for use in his documentary "Our Vietnan Generation". The premiere featured at the Fox Theatre in Detroit and honored Vietnam Veterans for their service. Songs used for the feature; "We shall never forget" (theme song), "Mikie's Minutes" (tribute to Sgt. Michael Ingram) and "Look Away" (a music video reflection of the treatment of our Vietnam Vets upon their return to the States). I owe a debt of gratitude to Keith for including me in his extraordinary and important work! In October, 2010, Director Agustin Blazquez, chose "You don't know Che" for his documentary, "Che; the other side of an icon" that premiered in Miami, Florida. A music video was produced as well intended to expose the true Che Guevara, right hand man and executioner for Fidel Castro. Past songs and CD's are story based, American folk and rock genres and include "Ironman" (tribute to John LaPointe, an ironworker who volunteered his time to tear down the steel structures of the Twin Towers after the 9/11 attacks) and "Leavin' Detroit" (a reflection on tough times and lost jobs in the Detroit auto industry).

  • 01:00

    Vietnan The Untold Story of What Happened

    in Politics Conservative

    ***Special Addition With Your Host Reverend Don***
    "No event in American history is more sunderstood than the Vietnam War. It was misreported then, and it is misremembered now. Rarely have so many people been so wrong about so much. Never have the consequences of their misunderstanding been so tragic." Nixon