In Killing England: The Brutal Struggle for American Independence, authors Bill O’Reilly and Martin Duguard take readers back in time to explore The American Revolution through a present tense narrative showcasing the various political events, battles, and individuals that made The American Revolution one of the most monumental events in human history.
Directed By Robert Zemeckis. Starring Brad Pitt And Marion Cotillard. Warning: Spoilers Ahead Allied is a Political Thriller-Romantic Drama fusion film released theatrically in 2016 and released on DVD and digital in 2017. The plot […]
LIVE At The Mahafey Theater in St. Petersburg, Florida on 2/1/2017. The music of Pat Metheny and his subsequent bands and collaboration projects has been a part of my musical experience for almost as long […]
I originally wasn’t going to say anything about The Golden Globes since I didn’t watch the program on Sunday night and generally find award shows boring anyway. However, after watching Meryl Streep’s tirade against President […]
When people meet on Facebook or other websites, we base each other on our ideas and character rather than immeadiate physical appearance for the most part and this has allowed me to form close personal friendships with people who I might not have otherwise met.
Captain “Anti” America? Please Say It Ain’t So. Before I became interested in politics, comic books were my life. My dad would take me to our local comic shop every Saturday. This was in the […]
Playboy’s decision to publish non-nude pictorials and focus on written content in future issues might actually be a genius decision.
With the highly anticipated release of SPECTRE in November, I’ve been doing all I can to celebrate the upcoming James Bond film which even includes reading the original Casino Royale novel by Ian Fleming. I’ve loved James Bond ever since I was a kid. The big guns, the flashy cars, voluptuous Bond girls, and perfectly tailored suits have all been part of the ideal fantasy of boys and men across the globe for over 50 years now and still going strong!
As many of my regular readers and podcast audience members may or may not know, I am a huge fan of Audible which allows me to purchase audiobooks at a discounted price and listen to them wherever I am.
This month I decided to use one of the two audiobook credits I receive monthly to get the audiobook version of The Holcroft Covenant by Robert Ludlum. The book was originally published in 1978, and was later made into a movie 1985. The story follows Noel Holcroft, a young architect who finds out that his biological father was a German S.S. commander that grew a conscience about the horrors of The Holocaust before the war ended. Noel finds out that his father left him a $7 billion fund which is to be distributed amongst the survivors of The Holocaust . Holcroft is also warned that a remnant sect of Nazi sympathizers and their offspring will try and prevent him from obtaining the money and will instead use it to start “The Fourth Reich”.
Friday is here again folks! The weekend is upon us and it’s time to once again recap the week in Politics and Culture. This weeks list is a bit shorter than usual but there are […]