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In the 1946 film, "It's a Wonderful Life," an angel appears to the suicidal George Bailey to show him what the world would look like had he never been born.
Michigan Democrats and Republican Rep. Thaddeus G. McCotter are on the same page on at least one issue: why Mr. McCotter is being forced to run his re-election bid as a write-in candidate.
"The Lorax," the animated 3-D feature based on the Dr. Seuss book, is a movie the Unabomber would have loved. While the film's marketing makes it look like a feel-good parable teaching responsible environmental stewardship, in reality "The Lorax" presents a radical critique of the idea that humans have a claim to build wealth out of natural resources.
George Bailey can rest easy. He really did make a difference in the lives of people, including all 3.8 million in Los Angeles.
For years, civic boosters have pointed out intriguing parallels that suggest Seneca Falls was the inspiration for Bedford Falls, the make-believe New York mill town in "It's a Wonderful Life."