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Filed under: Politics
Trump rambles and performs poorly at the first debate

Trump rambles and performs poorly at the first debate

It wasn’t unexpected that Hillary Clinton performed better than Donald Trump at the first presidential debate. It wasn’t completely unexpected Trump rambled too much at times and failed to specifically address questions, either. What was unexpected was Trump’s inability to land significant punches, especially in the latter half of the debate. Hillary Clinton was the clear [...]

Filed under: Sports
Sports loses a golf legend and a young phenom in one day

Sports loses a golf legend and a young phenom in one day

2016 has been a rough year for celebrity deaths. The sports world had already lost three legends this year in Gordie Howe, Muhammad Ali and Pat Summitt; yesterday came the news that Arnold Palmer passed away as well. Palmer was 87, so there wasn’t too much shock over his passing. Not like there was only [...]

Filed under: Politics
Not too much should change after tonight’s first debate

Not too much should change after tonight’s first debate

Let’s not get too excited about this first debate. Historically debates don’t really move the needle all that muchand this year probably won’t be that different. Although if there’s a year to throw conventional wisdom out the window, this would definitely be that year. Even with this cycle being as atypical as can be, we’ll [...]

Filed under: Movies
‘Storks’ has wit, intelligence but never really delivers

‘Storks’ has wit, intelligence but never really delivers

Storks is an animated film from writer/director Nicholas Stoller. It is rated PG for mild action and some thematic elements and runs an hour and 29 minutes long. Plot: Storks used to deliver babies, but now they deliver packages working for an Amazon-esque operation run by a stork named Hunter (Kelsey Grammer). Junior (Andy Samberg) is the [...]

Chris Jollay · Saturday, September 24th, 2016· Tags: , , , , , , , · No Comments »
Filed under: Movies
Good gunfights, characters aid ‘The Magnificent Seven’

Good gunfights, characters aid ‘The Magnificent Seven’

The Magnificent Seven is a remake of the 1960 classic western. That movie is in itself a remake of Seven Samurai from the 1950′s. The movie is rated PG-13 for extended and intense sequences of Western violence, and for historical smoking, some language and suggestive material. The movie is two hours, 12 minutes long. Plot: [...]

Filed under: Politics
Some refreshing newspaper endorsements for president

Some refreshing newspaper endorsements for president

Most newspapers haven’t yet endorsed a presidential candidate this election cycle, but some have. The results have been refreshing, to be honest. The whole process of newspapers endorsing candidates has gotten almost irrelevant. It’s no big shock at all when newspapers endorse candidates they’ve been showing bias toward all year. They claim their editorial process [...]

Filed under: Movies
Paramount immediately exploits the Pitt/Jolie turmoil

Paramount immediately exploits the Pitt/Jolie turmoil

You have to hand it to Paramount Pictures. News broke yesterday that Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt, with TMZ reporting that Jolie was sick of Pitt’s party lifestyle. Rumors swirled Jolie hired a private detective that found Pitt cheated on her with Marion Cotillard on the set of their new movie, Allied, which [...]

Filed under: Sports
Could Aaron Rodgers be already in decline at age 32?

Could Aaron Rodgers be already in decline at age 32?

If you’ve been watching the Green Bay Packers the past year you certainly have noticed Aaron Rodgers hasn’t been himself. Casual fans might not know it. All they noticed were the usual highlight films of Rodgers, most notably beating Detroit on a Hail Mary during the regular season last year, beating the Redskins in the playoffs and [...]

Filed under: Politics
Taste the rainbow of delicious Syrian refugees, liberals

Taste the rainbow of delicious Syrian refugees, liberals

Liberals reacted with that fake indignation we’ve come to know so well on Twitter Monday, when Donald Trump, Jr. compared Syrian refugees to a bowl of “skittles.” Trump Tweeted a picture of the delicious candy in a bowl with the caption “If I had a bowl of skittles and I told you just three would [...]

Filed under: Politics
Clinton Foundation only spends 5.7% of budget on charity, media ignores

Clinton Foundation only spends 5.7% of budget on charity, media ignores

Earlier this year the CEO and other top executives of the “Wounded Warrior” charity were forced to resign. That’s because a CBS news investigation determined that the charity spent only about 60% of its budget on programs to help veterans. The mainstream media ran with the story as well they should have. People were understandably upset [...]