In part 2, Mr. Hanna talks with Jim more about his service in World War II, whether we should have dropped the bomb, his postwar days as a tommy gun-toting adventurer and the current threats to American freedom.
Richard Hanna - Part 2 Aug 25, 2015
World War II veteran and longtime friend Richard Hanna drops by the Hawk's Head Tavern to talk with Jim about growing up during the Great Depression and his service in the war.
Richard Hanna - Part 1 Aug 5, 2015
In part 2, Jim talks with Tom about the tension between faith and reason, his latest screenplay, the economics of gold and more on "weaponized grievances".Members Only Or Sign In
Thomas Eastmond - Part 2 Jul 6, 2015
Longtime Riley's Farm friend, attorney, surfer, screenwriter and father of five, Thomas Eastmond drops by the Hawk's Head to talk with Jim about the law, his writing projects, Bruce Jenner and more.Members Only Or Sign In
Thomas Eastmond - Part 1 Jul 2, 2015
In the 18th century, traveling minstrel pitch men would stand on a perch at fairs and musters and sing a song. If the country folk took a fancy to the the tune he sold them a copy printed on a broadside. We need some ballad mongers. Do you have a platform? Are you up on the soap box quite […]
Yesterday (and this morning) have been sort of hopping on the distribution front. We have a European network interested. (They all speak English over there, unlike here in the states) Ben Shapiro, the guy who was the youngest syndicated columnist in America at age 16 and who graduated from Harvard Law at 23 years old, […]
Next week, we’ll have a few meetings with “channel” distributors so I’m just writing this all down to see if I understand it:
As I sit down to write this post, I think of the title I have been given in regards to this show: Costumer. And while we are indeed creating costumes, to take us back to a time and place little known to us, we are creating the clothing that these people wore all the time. […]
Like any profession, the media has its share of rogues and whores. A few years ago, a production company came out here (Riley’s Farm) and promised us they intended to film a simple reality show featuring a family who loved visiting our farm. That was just about the last true statement they made in our brief history […]
If Courage, New Hampshire, were, well, Courage, Virginia, we might have a more flamboyant royal governor for the show, but this being New Hampshire in 1770, we have one John Wentworth (right) to study, and he’s just that — an interesting study. The enemies of the Wentworth family, in New Hampshire, called his extended kin “The […]
A trip through the New Hampshire Gazette, starting with December, 1768, including a report, in some detail, on the hanging and burning of Susannah Lott “..Last week a Court-Martial was held on board His Majesty’s Ship Mermaid, for the Trial of some Sailors for Desertion; two were sentenced to be flogged from Ship to Ship, & another […]