All Articles

• Impressions from Belarus
September, 2008 by Mitch Anderson

• Sony HVR-Z7U Review
March, 2008 by Mitch Anderson

• Who’s getting us in all these wars?
July, 2007 by Mitch Anderson

• Traveling as an American
November, 2007 by Mitch Anderson

• An Extra $500 Billion Dollars!
January, 2008 by Mitch Anderson

• Impressions from Russia
July, 2007 by Mitch Anderson

• Impressions from Cuba
May, 2006 by Mitch Anderson

Articles by Mitch Anderson





Victory Square, Minsk
Impressions from Belarus
September, 2008 by Mitch Anderson

I decided to arrive in Minsk, capital of Belarus, by train from the neighboring republic of Lithuania. The ticket for the 400km journey was an incredible 5 dollars equivalent, and the transaction at the counter was easy, providing that you could speak basic Russian. The train was of an unusual design; all sitting spaces could turn into beds and it was very clean and well maintained.

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Sony HVR-Z7U
Sony HVR-Z7U Review
March, 2008 by Mitch Anderson

For the last 3 years I have been using the first Sony HDV camera, the Z1U, with great results. We took it in over 21 countries for the filming of a documentary and it preformed just great. However my Z1U, as much as I loved it, was growing old, so I went for the next generation, the Z7U, that I just got a couple days ago.

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White House, Washington, 2006
Who’s getting us in all these wars?
July, 2007 by Mitch Anderson

The hawks and the Neocons of the White House of course. At this time, more than ever before, the general consensus is that the Republicans are nothing but bloodthirsty warmongers while the democrats are the peaceful “doves”. Is that so? Lets have a look at our history.

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Mitch Anderson, Egypt, 2006
Traveling as an American
November, 2007 by Mitch Anderson

While the situation in Iraq is improving somewhat, there is still some animosity to Americans in the world. Traveling abroad makes us all “little Ambassadors” of our country and culture, and since the US took the role of a self-appointed world policeman, the American citizens are so closely watched.

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Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, 2008
An Extra $500 Billion Dollars!
January, 2008 by Mitch Anderson

Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama sing a chorus of end the war in Iraq. They are the cheerleaders for their choir. Bring our military troops home they say. But why do they say it and is it the right thing to do? Imagine a world where you would not need a military to defend your security. Consider then what the United States could do with an extra $500 Billion dollars annually (lower taxes, sure up social security, resolve the healthcare industry, preserve our natural resources etc…)

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English Embankment in Saint Petersburg, 2007
Impressions from Russia
July, 2007 by Mitch Anderson

The Tupolev took me to one of the eight Moscow airports in about 2 and a half hours from Bucharest. The leg room was the smallest I have seen, the food was bad, but the flight was on time. The young immigration officer took about 10 minutes to clear my worn passport, and demanded from me to speak Russian. I guess he saw I was born in Romania…

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El Capitolio Nacional, Havana, Cuba 2006
Impressions from Cuba
May, 2006 by Mitch Anderson

One of the main premises of Communism is the eradication of private property... ( ) Minutes after arrival, our guide explains to us that if he wants to work for any other entity than the government, he would not be allowed to use his degree or knowledge. So get this: even some of the knowledge of his brain is considered the property of the government...

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