By Thomas Sowell
USA – -(Ammoland.com)- People who want to buy Christmas gifts, without having to confront the crowds at the local shopping mall (or shopping maul) can take a load off their feet by buying books or movies on the Internet, while sitting in the comfort of their own homes.
In addition to old standbys like gorgeous coffee table books of Ansel Adams’ scenic photographs or the collected works of Shakespeare — or of “Calvin and Hobbes” comics — there are also many thought-provoking books on current events or on history.
People who already seem to have everything may not have DVDs of the latest movies or perhaps of some old movie classics like “Citizen Kane” or “The Hunt For Red October.”
Among the rare movies that children and adults can watch and enjoy together is the perennial favorite, “The Wizard of Oz.” Other good choices, however, would include “The Great Muppet Caper,” which I have watched a number of times and enjoyed each time.
For Sherlock Holmes fans, there is not only a large book titled “The Complete Sherlock Holmes” but …Read the Rest