George Bailey

Mike Pence is still there. He's got a mullet, but he's there.
Childhood ends the first time you sit on Santa's lap and see those wire earpieces connecting his beard to his head.
Chances are you've seen the movie It's A Wonderful Life. It touches most of us, not because it's a true story but because it contains a monumental truth:
Everyone thinks of "It's a Wonderful Life" as a Christmas movie, but it's easy to forget that only the last half hour or
George's decision thwarts Mr. Potter's greedy attempts to control Bedford Falls, and improves the lives of George's family and friends. But what is the cost to George and the rest of us when we let our heart's desire wither and die?
Teacher says, "Every time a bell rings, a studio tries to milk an old classic for new life." Or something. According to Variety
For Michael Serao, banking isn't all about money. It's about helping people enrich their lives.
Republicans are attempting to impose a selfish belief system on a selfless American people, people like the citizens of Bedford Falls who rush to the rescue of neighbors. It won't work, just like it didn't in It's a Wonderful Life.
I've spent my life chasing fame and glory, trying to achieve great things. I've never been one to stop and smell the roses. This forced me to. I've been stunned by the outpouring of love, prayers and support.
As this challenging year ends, it is important that we commit to teaching the Mr. Potters in our lives what is truly important. If we strive to become more like George Bailey, we can solve many of our challenges.
Yes, facts. That's what Time supplied by going down to Georgia, rather than to simply opine on the virtues of small banks
"Financial Reform" will be a boom for people in the payday loan business. There will be many new customers who need bank-like services. It's almost like Congress implemented a plan of "Reverse Robin Hood."
All the warning signs are there: it's the 4th film, it's in 3D, virtually all of the original creative talent (aside from the actors) have moved on. Has the law of diminishing returns caught up with Shrek Forever After? Yes and no -- but mostly no.
I made the executive decision to begin rebuilding it. Surely, the process would produce a blonde girl with a dusting of freckles on her nose.
This week, New Hampshire officially moved its first-in-the-nation primary to January 8, the earliest date in the state's history. With the Iowa caucuses set for January 3, presidential hopefuls will no doubt be feverishly campaigning throughout the holiday season, raising the unholy specter of a time usually devoted to goodwill toward men being dominated by the muck-raking of a tight race. Will it all bleed together? I can just picture yuletide TV classics taking on a distinctly different air: "Sure, Frosty the Snowman is a jolly, happy soul, but is he the kind of leader who will melt under pressure?" "George Bailey makes lots of promises, but when push came to shove he never did lasso the moon, did he?" It could be a very long 39 days.