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 […]
This special presentation is choreographed to the 1997 song “Bittersweet Symphony” by the British band The Verve. Please click the accompanying YouTube link or play the song on another device starting at the picture of the Imagine mosaic and enjoy this retrospective focusing on my times in Jacksonville, Florida from around 2011 until 2017.
Today on The Farrar Report: Some JFK Assassination Docs to Remain Secret-The Conspiracy Continues
Welcome back to History USA! On today’s episode of History USA, I talk about our Statue of Liberty, a gift to us by France, dedicated in 1886, and then renovated & rededicated 100 years later. I recount my memories of Liberty Weekend 1986 and discuss the spirit of America. Enjoy all of our shows at […]
As The Left Turn Network completes a 5th year of broadcasting we unveil a new arrow to take us into 2016.
History Jacksonville is back with an epic journey into 149 years of Jacksonville History in Hemming Park. You will see how citizens of Jacksonville in the past relaxed and dealt with challenges over the years as the city grew.
The Farrar Report returns to regular broadcasting with George Farrar Does America-a film about my travels by car from May 2-15 from Jacksonville, FL to Nashville, St. Louis, Kansas City, Denver, Colorado Springs, Durango, The Grand Canyon, Flagstaff, AZ, Roswell, NM, San Antonio, Houston, New Orleans, and Panama City, FL. I learned a lot about […]
This article is my perspective about the 2015 Jacksonville Mayoral & City Council Campaigns. It is the second article in a special series profiling the upcoming First & Second Elections. As the politicos jump head first into the maelstrom that is Jacksonville campaigning and with the start of Early Voting on March 9, it is […]