Forbidden Animation:Censored Cartoons and Blacklisted Animators in America Karl F. Cohen
Blacklisted by History:The Untold Story of Senator Joe McCarthy and His Fight Against America´s Enemies Crown Forum M. Stanton Evans
Tall, gorgeous and very Dominant, Catherine Roman is the CEO of a large New York bank. When she summons her underling, Frank Prince, he finds himself so seduced by the woman that he cums in his pants, after which his clothes are stolen and hes locked in a room with nothing to wear but Catherines clothes: a girdle (his fetish) stockings, dress and shoes. While hes stunned by her erotic power, and even craves the rough punishment he endures for her pleasure, he balks at her plans to make him her dutiful wife. But, not to be deterred, Catherine fires him from the bank and has him blacklisted from other banks - just so hell come back to her. Later, when his former assistant Suki Swisher, a cute sexy competitor at the bank, calls to tell him that Catherine has forgiven him, hes duped into returning to Mrs. Romans home. Oh! But Suki pulls a fast one on poor Frank! Once she has him shackled, he discovers that he now belongs to Honey Bates, not Catherine, a buxom, blonde Dominatrix who has been implicated in a murder. Suki takes off having made a fat profit on her ingenious deal. Honey quickly turns Frank into her in-house whore, earning his keep by servicing her woman friends in any way they desire. Oddly enough, Franks first customer is Mrs. Roman. Soon, a spirited game is on between the two Dommes who seek to control the bewildered submissive male for their own ends. While his worship of the divine Catherine grips him hard, Honey manages to transform him into a spasmodic, ecstatic animal completely at her mercy. Trouble is: Honeys smothering comfort comes with BIG financial prices, and Catherine demands a level of personal submission thats difficult for this hesitant sub. A fascinating story with lots of twists and turns, an unsolved murder, a gun-wielding villain and a wide range of kinky sexual torments for a submissive male with an insatiable appetite for the Dominant Female.
The Blacklisted People - is a short story from the collection of stories friends and Meetings by the original Russian writer, publicist Vladimir Alekseyevich Gilyarovsky (1855-1935). In front of us we have the story of people, who were considered to be suspect and they were exiled from their native places, given a special Passing Certificate, known among the people as the blacklist.
Hollywood Traitors:Blacklisted Screenwriters - Agents of Stalin, Allies of Hitler Regnery History Allan H. Ryskind
Carlos Larralde has crafted a study of Bert Corona, a California Latino civil rights activist. This alone is a significant accomplishment. As the reader will undoubtedly surmise, hard copy source materials were scant. This is due primarily to the dearth of paperwork and notes available. This, in turn, was due to the fears that primary source materials could be confiscated and used against the people central to the study, Bert Corona and the Latino activists associated with him. These fears arose in conjunction with the very real danger that local, state, and federal government minions would distort and use against these Latino activists, the very records that would have verified and supported their verbal accounts. Thus, in many instances, verbal accounts remain our only source materials for the history of this band of brothers and sisters who stood up to individuals and groups determined to squelch the basic human rights of ethnic and social minorities. The reader, whether liberal or conservative, should find succor in the activities of these Latino activists. For if none stand to restrain the government, we will all become subjects rather than citizens. This is why the following narrative is powerful, and is such a valuable part of history. One of historys problems remains: just what is history and who has the right to craft historical narratives. There is a somewhat accurate concept that the winners get to write history. Fortunately, this tends to be true in the short run. Over time, a more balanced narrative tends to develop which will incorporate voices not heard in the initial historical monologue. I sincerely believe that the volume you are reading serves history by expanding the existing narrative. The multiple voices resonating in this story enrich the history of California, Latinos, the United States, politics, society, and individual persons. Some of these voices have been heard before and some have been heard by only a minute percentage of us. In developing this narrative, Carlos Larralde has invested his time, talent, and lifeblood in its presentation. The reader is offered a chorus of voices, not a cacophony of noise. This is a difficult endeavor as so many voices and life stories can obfuscate the historical value within multiple lives and personal stories. This work presents many voices and stories. The reader will find it not necessarily an easy read. Please remember that if something is easy, anyone could do it and it usually is not worth much. Easy may be convenient and comfortable, but easy has but limited value. In this vein, please remember to read the endnotes. This may sound strange, but the endnotes contain more than just sources. Within the source material and the ancillary comments attached to several of the notes is a presentation of the broad range of sources utilized by the author. The endnotes should illuminate the reader with a fuller understanding as to why the narrative has been crafted as it has. This narrative is primarily the story of a single persons life, which has been richly intertwined with the lives of so many other persons, both heroic and base. In this complex tapestry lies a mirror of our own lives and experiences. One history of so many that comprises our individual and communal existence. This is a work of scholarship and love compiled from multiple sources and frequently derived from personal interviews with the individuals who lived through this period. Oral histories are difficult simply by the manner in which they are obtained, recorded, and stored for subsequent retrieval, often years later. This alone affords such narratives substantial value, by their scarcity and by the craftsmanship of an individual who has dedicated his effort to bring these narratives to light. When Carlos asked me to collaborate with him, and pen a foreword and appendix to this narrative, I accepted with honor and trepidation. The former as I was truly honored to be a part of this endeavor. The latter as I was unsure that I could add functional benefit to his work. Yet a third concept of mine has driven this narrative. I have been academically associated with Carlos Larralde for twenty years now, and I have never known him to want anything other than to give voice to those now silenced. I consider this a noble effort, as I have always promoted the concept that all voices be heard, and from the chorus, historical narratives will emerge. For this effort I commend Carlos and his opus. To his
Martin de Lange is happily married, enjoying his job, living in South Africa. But stirred with passion for the spiritually lost in Turkey, he uproots his little family and heads north. Turkey is utterly different, a land where people ask obtrusive questions, the government watches every move and men think his wife is a prostitute. Over 15 years Martin gradually becomes fluent in Turkish, setting up Bible distribution networks and pastoring a growing fellowship. Marriage difficulties, police harassment and loneliness at times lead the de Langes to crises of faith. As threats mount, Martin is faced with a difficult choice. Head for the safety of home, or live where God has led them? Finally they are blacklisted and forced to leave. Six months later, three of the men Martin recruited are horribly murdered by extremists. Martin and Petro now travel the world raising prayer and support for the Turkish church.
After Lemon´s fallout with the Belles, she is blacklisted from the Junior League Halloween Masquerade party, so she calls her Grandma Bettie for help and lands herself a date with another of Alabama´s most eligible bachelors. Lavon has a big surprise for his anniversary with AnnaBeth, but when she has a health scare, she turns to Zoe to help her out. Meanwhile, during the party, George has to do damage control with the town judges and Wade keeps finding himself in trouble with ineligible ladies.