When I posted last week about my commentary piece "The Madness of the Academy" I didn't know if my take on the Academy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Popular Film would get any attention. After some time circulating through the series of tubes, I dare say that it's more popular than the Oscar itself. It's made its way to the New Haven Register , Citizens Journal , USA Today's The Spectrum , and Counterpunch (and, via Counterpunch, to Open Mind News , Radio Free and Bestseller Magazine ). It's even made it to the print-as-in-on-actual-newsprint opinion pages of The Register Citizen , The Middletown Press , The Daily Lobo and Salt Lake City Weekly . And no, I'm not Tom Knapp (but then again, that's what I want you to think - have you ever seen us in the same place?), but the words inadvertently credited to the guy who created The William Lloyd Garrison Center for Libertarian Advocacy Journalism , wrote 99% of its content, encouraged t
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"The Madness of the Academy" is my take on the Academy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Popular Film, my first commentary piece in a long time for Thomas L. Knapp 's The William Lloyd Garrison Center for Libertarian Advocacy Journalism . I've enjoyed getting back in the op-ed writing game and set to write a couple more in the coming months ... but I'll be able to write more of them if Tom has more money to buy them from me!