Home / Archive of The Jax Vote 2018 Voter Guide Welcome to the The Jax Vote 2018 Voter Guide The Jax Left Channel on The Left Turn , a Progressive News Network-believes that we can be a force for progressive change in our communities and around the country. Fighting for change is a constant effort that […]
In the first episode of a new series here, I profile the large generations (Baby Boomers & Millennials) along with My Generation “X” and the upcoming new generation “Generation Z” I discuss American political, social, and cultural history from 1945 thru 1980 using amazing pictures of historic moments, people, and movements. I also talk about […]
Today on The Farrar Report, I discuss the summit between Kim Jong Un and President Moon, and I examine what is at stake internationally.
Welcome to “Exploring Our Amazing Washington DC” – Beautiful views of The US Capitol, The White House, The Supreme Court, Library of Congress, The Smithsonian, & more from my March, 2018 visit to Washington D.C. This special presentation of film and pictures includes the US Capitol Building and Lawns including The Rotunda and National Statuary […]
JAX 76 Jacksonville in 1976-The Good ol’ boys,The Who Rocks Gator Bowl & Jax Celebrates Bicentennial
George Farrar presents a History of Jacksonville as it was in the year 1976. The Good ol’ boys in Jacksonville politics are profiled in Rolling Stone Magazine, The Who Rocks at The Gator Bowl & Jacksonville Celebrates our nation’s Bicentennial.
George Farrar presents a History of Jacksonville as it was in the year 1975. Elvis, The Rolling Stones, President Gerald Ford and Middle East leaders visited as the city constructed the Police Memorial Building and Annie Lytle school went on the real estate market. TheJaxLeft is a Politics & History Channel for The People of […]
George Farrar profiles great personalities at Jacksonville’s local television news stations and looks at how they covered Hurricane Irma in another episode of “Who Runs Jacksonville? “which this Summer is focusing on Jacksonville’s 5 corporate television stations and what makes the news.
George Farrar analyzes the ways that Jacksonville, Florida’s corporate television stations engage with the people thru Social Media and covered Hurricane Irma in another episode of “Who Runs Jacksonville? “which this Summer is focusing on Jacksonville’s 5 corporate television stations and what makes the news.
A special edition of Yesteryear returns as we recognize the anniversary of Ax Handle Saturday which occurred in Downtown Jacksonville on August 27, 1960. George Farrar narrates an account of the tragic melee written by the Florida Historical Society.
Jacksonville’s City Hall and a United States Flag overlook the 1898 Confederate Monument in Hemming Park, August 18, 2017 I’ve lived most of my life in Jacksonville, Florida. The time has now come for me to speak out about the Confederate monuments and names on our schools. I do this because I love our growing […]