Saturday, November 16, 2019

There New Flicks: One Really Worth Your Time



There are three new movies out which are actually worthy of note.
One has a Christmas theme and is warmly romantic.
Another features two powerhouse British stars.
And the third a wonderfully evocative here film that pays homage to the glory days of Warner Brothers gangster flicks.
Two of these movies are set in London and one is set in 1950s Brooklyn.
All three films feature more twists and turns than a rollercoaster and they all sport surprise endings.

Last Christmas is a romantic comedy directed by Paul Feig and written by Bryony Kimmings and Emma Thompson, who co-wrote the story with her husband, Greg Wise. Based on the George Michael song of the same name, the film stars Emilia Clarke as a cynical Christmas store worker in  a relationship with a mysterious man (Henry Golding) She begins to fall for Golding ad that's where the complications commence. Thompson and Michelle Yeoh also star. Golding and Clarke are wonderful together but the movie is gimmicky with Thompson affecting a thick slavic accent. Still, it's a passable date movie this holiday season so long as you don't mind seeing a Hallmark flick (with an appropriately gooey ending) on the big screen.

The Good Liar, billed as a suspense thriller, is directed and produced by Bill Condon and written by Jeffrey Hatcher, based on the novel of the same name by Nicholas Searle. It stars Ian McKellen as a career con-artist who meets a wealthy widow (Helen Mirren) online, and begins to plan how to steal her fortune. These two fine British actors pull out all the stops playing opposite one another and, as the story unfolds, you will soon begin to wonder exactly who's conning whom. The film is really a tour de force for Mirren and McKellen and the story, such as it is, is merely a backdrop for their talents. Though some have said this flick is Hitchcockian, don't believe it. The Master would have made a tighter, tenser, shorter, more satisfying film.

Motherless Brooklyn is the  best of the lot and may even be more worthy of your attention than the seemingly unending new movie by Martin Scorsese that everyone's talking about. Motherless Brooklyn is a neo-noir crime film written, produced and directed by Edward Norton, based on the 1999 novel of the same name by Jonathan Lethem. Set in New York City in 1957, the film follows a private investigator with Tourette syndrome, who must solve the murder of his mentor. Norton also stars in the film, along with Bruce Willis, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Bobby Cannavale, Cherry Jones and Willem Dafoe.
A passion project of Norton's ever since he read Lethem's novel in 1999, the film took nearly 20 years to go into production. Although the book is set in contemporary times, Norton felt the plot and dialogue lent themselves more to a noir setting, moving it to the 1950s.
This film is so lushly detailed and so beautiful to watch that it will remind you why you go to the movies in the first place. It's mesmerizing -- a well-crafted novel come to life with crisp, literate dialogue, extraordinary acting and mature direction. Though it will doubtless remind you of other films of the same genre, it stands on its own as a particularly notable triumph by Norton and his superb company of actors who really give their all. It's one of the best moves of the year. Don't miss it!

So,Go Ahead: Ask Yourself These Questions . . .

Even Most Black Voters Say Media Out To Get Trump

From Rasmussen polling:

Most voters don’t expect fair play from the media when it comes to news coverage of the Democrats’ impeachment attempt.

Fifty-three percent (53%) of Likely U.S. Voters think most reporters are trying to help impeach President Trump when they write or talk about the impeachment effort. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that just 32% believe most reporters are simply interested in reporting the news in an unbiased manner. . . . .

Seventy-six percent (76%) of Republicans and a plurality (48%) of voters not affiliated with either major political party say most reporters are trying to help impeach Trump, a view shared by only 36% of Democrats. . . . . 

Among voters who have been following impeachment news Very Closely, 58% think most reporters are trying to help impeach Trump; 34% say they are simply interested in reporting the news in an unbiased manner.

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The survey of 1,000 Likely Voters was conducted November 12-13, 2019 by Rasmussen Reports. The margin of sampling error is +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence. Field work for all Rasmussen Reports surveys is conducted by Pulse Opinion Research, LLC. See methodology. . . .

Other minority voters (60%) believe even more strongly than whites (51%) and blacks (53%) that most reporters are trying to help impeach Trump.

Ninety percent (90%) of voters who Strongly Approve of the job Trump is doing think most reporters are trying to help impeach the president. Among voters who Strongly Disapprove of Trump’s job performance, only 16% agree; 64% of these voters say most reporters are trying to do an unbiased job. . . . 

Distrust of political news reporting remains at a record high, with just over half of voters now convinced that most in the media are out to get Trump. By contrast, 48% thought most reporters were trying to help Obama pass his agenda. . . . 

Friday, November 15, 2019

Oh, So THIS Is What It's Really All About . . .

Schiff Plays The Officious Role Of A Martinet . . .

Watch Schiff's Incessant Blinking, That Says It ALL!

No And NO . . . She Knows NOTHING! It's Bogus!

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Why Dear Evan Hansen Gets An 'A' -- For ANGST!

Today less than 24 hours after we saw Dear Evan Hansen on Broadway another high school shooting occurred, this time in Santa Clarita, California. The details are still being sorted out but the alleged shooter is a 16-year-old and today was his birthday.
I mention this because Dear Evan Hansen is about adolescent isolation in the age of the internet. And it deals frankly with high school alienation, the longing for attention and acceptance, and teenage suicide.
But if you're looking for any real insight into what's knawing at high school kids these days from Dear Evan Hansen, you're likely to be disappointed. In fact, it would be generous to call this show a musical attempt at pop psychology.
Evan Hansen comes from a family that consists of just him and a single mom. His parents are divorced and his dad started a new family somewhere else. At school he is bullied and disconnected and can count but a single friend, the terminally nerdy Jared. A hostile student named Connor Murphy badgers Evan and throws him to the ground. Shortly thereafter, Connor (who has his own set of problems, including drug use) commits suicide. And that's where the internet and Evan's ten minutes of fame come into play.
We won't tell you anymore than that.
Dear Evan Hansen consists of a mostly bare stage, eight players, lots of high-tech projections that pose as scenery, a tinny nine-piece band and street clothes in place of costumes. The characters frequently appear solitary and lit by a single spotlight. Often, when they speak to one another they look straight ahead at the audience instead of at one another. When they sing, they simply shout out their feelings in shrill, declarative sentences. In Evan's case, he occasionally switches from a faux tenor to a falsetto without explanation. OK, he's a teenager and he's awkward. Maybe his voice hasn't completely changed. One powerful song (Waving Through A Window) defines Evan's dilemma. Most of the other songs in the show take their cue from "Waving" (or the second-act anthem You Will Be Found) and they sound pretty much the same.
Evan is a senior at his school but we don't know exactly where he lives. We never meet any of his teachers. If he has any goals or occupational aspirations they're never shared with us. His mom is needy, clingy and often whiney. Connor's parents are presumably successful but unhappy and all but estranged. They've spent so much time worrying about Connor that they've apparently neglected his sister, Zoe. All this has made Zoe feel alienated and resentful of Connor. But Evan's got a crush on Zoe.
Dear Evan Hansen is so saturated with incoherent detachment that you come to feel that you're about to drown in a sea of free floating anxiety. There's nothing subtle or nuanced about this show -- so much so that it sometimes seems assaultive. Plus, it's more than cheerless, it's damned near tortuous.
So, why did it win the Tony Award and why is it still running after almost three years with no signs of abatement? Well, for one thing it's been exceptionally well hyped and cleverly marketed. But it also seems to have struck a chord in an America where all the traditional guideposts have sunk into the quicksand of moral relativity. Nobody seems to know right from wrong, good from bad, truth from falsehood, hero from villain, or anything else anymore.
And Broadway doesn't seem to know a series of barely-melodic, angst-filled monologues from an actual musical.

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Here's What You Need To Know -- And Lots More!

Everything you need to know about today’s partisan impeachment stunt

Nineteen minutes after Donald J. Trump was sworn in as America’s 45th President, The Washington Post published this headline on its website: “The campaign to impeach President Trump has begun.” For once, anyway, the media was telling it like it is.

Democrats in Congress have been selling their far-left base on impeachment since Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 presidential race. After nearly 3 years of coming up empty—including $32 million of taxpayer money spent on the Russia collusion hoax—Democrat leaders knew they needed to do something to appease their party’s left fringe.  

That’s why Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the impeachment “inquiry” in a hastily organized press conference—before the full House voted, and before any of the relevant evidence could even come to light. This time, Democrats knew they couldn’t risk letting the facts derail their momentum, as had happened with the Mueller Report flop.

Watch: The Swamp wanted a media circus, and they got it!

House Democrats are effectively shutting down Congress—yet again—over their impeachment sham. Nothing substantive can get done while the left remains fixated on undoing the 2016 election. They have repeatedly ignored opportunities to work with President Trump and take action on issues that will help the very people they represent.

The President continues to push forward on trade deals, healthcare, our booming economy, immigration, and other areas where Americans want real solutions. Democrat leaders, unable to control their far-left fringe, can only stage TV hearings. Meanwhile: 
  • Speaker Pelosi still refuses to hold a vote on USMCA to replace NAFTA—despite growing pressure from manufacturers, labor unions, farmers, and workers.
     
  • Democrats have failed to come up with any areas where they’ll work with President Trump to lower medicine prices for our families and seniors.
     
  • House Democrats have failed to do anything to help rebuild our country’s crumbling infrastructure.
     
  • They continue to ignore loopholes in our immigration laws that drive the border crisis, fuel human smuggling, and hurt both U.S. citizens and legal immigrants.
Americans have every right to be angry. It’s remarkable to think about where our country could be if Democrats in Congress put country before party. Under President Trump, the U.S. economy has hit its lowest unemployment rate in 50 years. Illegal immigration is finally starting to come under control after decades of neglect.

If House Democrats were as committed to helping Americans succeed under President Trump as they are to tearing him down, imagine where we could be now.

Instead, bring in the cameras. The one bright spot from today’s embarrassing spectacle is that American families finally got front-row seats to how Congress wastes its time—and spends millions of their taxpayer dollars—on partisan stunts. No wonder Americans don’t trust Washington. Who can blame them?

Don't rely on 2nd, 3rd, and 4th-hand accounts. Read the transcript yourself here.

🎬 Impeachment czar Adam Schiff has lied to Americans—over and over again.

It's All 'Scripted' -- And It's Mostly FICTION!

How Democrat Leaders Made Today’s Hearings ‘As Scripted As Possible’ 


“Democrats from Speaker Nancy Pelosi on down are open about their intentions here: The point now isn’t to examine the evidence so they can decide whether to impeach President Trump, but simply to sway public opinion against him,” the New York Posteditorial board writes.

“Pelosi and Rep. Adam Schiff, the Intelligence Committee chairman, have tried to make the coming hearings as scripted as possible: They’re only calling witnesses who’ve already testified in secret, or in some cases just releasing transcripts of that testimony.”

The editors write that it’s clear House Democrats aren’t actually trying to reach across the aisle and persuade their colleagues in the Senate, as the Founders intended. “No, Democrats are using impeachment as a partisan stunt — perverting the Constitution’s process for purely political purposes. It’s a disgrace.”

Click here to read more.
“Schiff and Pelosi are not interested in real demonstrations of innocence or guilt. Their only interest is staging a political coup against their adversaries. But this is even bigger than the president. This is an attempt to overthrow the federal government from the inside,” constitutional law attorney Jenna Ellis Rives writes in The Hill
Much like the hyped-up “whistleblower,” Rep. Schiff today is calling forward individuals to testify who admit they have no firsthand knowledge of President Trump’s telephone call with the President of Ukraine. “The Democratic chairman of the House Intelligence Committee says he doesn’t want Republicans turning the impeachment proceedings into a ‘sham.’ The hilarious irony is lost on no one,” Gregg Jarrett writes for Fox News
“For those who find the hearings far from riveting but watch out of obligation or amusement, here’s a modest suggestion to pass the hours productively: Count the important things your representatives could and should be doing otherwise. They could seal the border and fix the immigration mess. They could get back to that huge infrastructure program that everybody in Washington said they wanted. Pelosi could pass the new NAFTA deal, with even the unions blasting Dems for doing nothing,” Michael Goodwin writes in the New York Post
“It has become clearer than ever that our trading policies with Canada and Mexico need to be modernized — which is why Congress must take action and ratify the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) promptly,” writes Darlene Robbins, leader of a Pennsylvania manufacturing association, in the Wilkes-Barre Times Leader.

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

An Historic Moment And A Milestone 'First'

WATCH: President Trump attends ‘America’s Parade’ in New York City

President Donald J. Trump spoke at New York City’s historic Veterans Day parade yesterday, becoming the first sitting President to do so in the event’s 100-year history.

“Today, we come together as one nation to salute the veterans of the United States Armed Forces—the greatest warriors to ever walk the face of the Earth,” he said.

Once a year, thousands of patriotic Americans line the streets of Manhattan on Veterans Day. The tradition dates back to 1919, when people filled block after block to welcome home General John Pershing and 25,000 American soldiers after the Allies’ victory in World War I. Every year since, citizens across our country come together on November 11, marking the day the Armistice was signed in 1918 to end the Great War.

“Our veterans risked everything for us. Now it is our duty to serve and protect them every single day of our lives,” the President said.

The Trump Administration has worked tirelessly to keep that promise by reforming the VA to serve our heroes better. So far, President Trump has: 
  • Secured $86.5 billion for the VA, the largest funding bill in Department history
     
  • Signed the VA Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act into law, which makes it easier to prevent scandal, fraud, and waste by bureaucrats
     
  • Created a White House VA Hotline, active 24 hours a day and 7 days a week
     
  • Signed the VA MISSION Act, a sweeping reform of the entire VA system
     
“To every veteran here today and all across our land: You are America’s greatest living heroes and we will cherish you now, always, and forever,” the President said.

 More: Vice President Pence speaks at Arlington National Cemetery

MUST READ: “The 1995 NYC Veterans Day Parade Had $1.21 In The Bank. Then Donald Trump Stepped In”

President Trump: We chose to reject ‘American decline’


Before heading back to Washington today, President Trump spoke at the Economic Club of New York, where he shared more good news about the booming blue-collar, middle-class Trump Economy.

🎬 President Trump: Blue-collar jobs are back and leading the way!

“I never believed for one moment that our magnificent nation was destined for a diminished future. I knew that our destiny was in our own hands—that we could choose to reject a future of American decline, and to build a future of American dominance,” the President said.

America’s economic future looked bleak before President Trump took office—and that was according to the last Administration’s own “experts.” Their game plan was to provide cover for Washington’s globalist policies that produced stagnation, a shrinking middle class, and the rapid decline of our nation’s manufacturing sector.

The “new normal” is the phrase those experts came up with. Fortunately, the American people didn’t buy it—and they elected a new leader who didn’t buy it, either.

“I refused to accept that Americans had to lower their expectations or give up on their dreams,” President Trump said today. The results speak volumes: Nearly 7 million new jobs have already been created since his election, outpacing the “expert” predictions of fewer than 2 million. America’s unemployment rate recently hit its lowest mark in more than 50 years, with the lowest rates ever for African Americans and Hispanic Americans.

“Today, I am proud to stand before you as President of the United States to report that we have delivered on our promises and exceeded our expectations by a very wide margin.”

In case you missed it: African-American unemployment rate hits record low!

Photo of the Day

Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead 
President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump participate in a wreath laying at the New York City Veterans Day Parade | November 11, 2019

IMPEACHMENT: Where The Democrats Went Wrong

Even before the impeachment saga goes public, the error of the Democrats' ways is clear to anyone who's willing to look at what's happening with a clear mind.
Here are five ways that the Democrats blew it -- five big mistakes they made:

1) They started to early.
Even before President Trump was inaugurated, liberal loonies were crying for his impeachment. And the Dem aristocracy was, sadly, right there with them, fanning the impeachment flames. The I-word started floating around the capital from Day One and the die was cast. In showing their hand so early the deranged Dems broke two cardinal rules of politics: 1) Don't reveal your plans; and 2) Keep your options open. Dumb and dumber!

2) They teased and baited the troops.
The Dems raised expectations again and again -- teasing and baiting their own grassroots. They stirred up needless hysteria. In the process they fed the notion that the results of the 2016 election could simply be undone. Bottom line; they mocked the will of the people and fanned a bellicose reaction.

3) They waited too long.
For all the hue and cry, month after month and year after year drifted by and nothing happened! Now, as we enter the presidential election year, it's too late for impeachment. Indeed, this now looks like what has morphed into -- an attempt not just to undo the last election but to deny the voters their rightful say in the next one!

4) They led with too many [old] generals.
The Democrat impeachment army is led by a decrepit old-guard of ill-tempered, cranky antiquated generals. Pelosi, Schumer and Nadler come across as bitter anachronisms. And Schiff has already brokered away his credibility with a pathetic fictional dramatic reading and Soviet style, closed-door hearings.

5) They got too far into the weeds.
Over and over again, for the Democrats the devil (not the crime nor the criminal) has proved to be in the details. And the details have done them in. The more you examine the Muller Report or the transcript of the presidential phone call or any one of a number of other pieces of "evidence," the worse it is for those who would presume to depose the president.

When you come at the king, you best not miss!

'Respectful' NJ GOP Leader Chides 'Bad Behavior'

From our friends at Save Jersey (reprinted with permission)

Anyone expecting to see a major change in GOP Assembly messaging after the caucus’s candidates exceeded expectations in last week’s legislative elections might be disappointed, Save Jerseyans.

Assembly GOP Minority Leader Jon Bramnick (R-21) took to Facebook on Monday and cited his own reelection victory the battleground 21st Legislative District as a triumph of civility over the radical Left… and Right. “Prior to the recent election, many cautioned me that being civil, respectful or calling out bad behavior was a formula for losing the election,” said Assemblyman Bramnick. “The far right and the far left attacked me relentlessly. It did not work. It is time for people of goodwill to stand up and speak out against extremism and hate on either side of the political aisle. We can have an adult conversation and find solutions. We ARE THE MAJORITY OF AMERICANS not the crazy, closed minded, loud, bitter voices.”
Bramnick – who was also re-upped as Assembly minority leader immediately after his reelect – overcame a two-prong 2019 challenge not just from a far-Left Democrat slate but also a 3rd party conservative ticket which vocally accused Bramnick of harming the Republican Party during his time as leader. Taking account of last week’s +2 gain in LD1, where Republicans ran a very confrontational and unapologetic conservative campaign, the GOP caucus is 4 seats smaller than when Bramnick became the caucus’s leader in January 2012.
In his own reelect battle, Bramnick ran a campaign which cited the Democrats’ ugly record on taxes but also touted his own moderate brand which includes an “F” rating from the NRA; the Assemblyman has also repeatedly criticized President Donald Trump, a decision which even drew a rare rebuke from NJGOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt back in 2018. Bramnick also held an anti-“hate speech” event featuring Murphy Administration Attorney General Gurbir Grewal not long before the election; the event came at the same time that Republican counties and campaigns were battling back against the AG’s threats over their resistance to Sanctuary Statehood.
The GOP’s legislative caucus is a frequently criticized for its failure to aggressively challenge increasingly-radical Trenton Democrat policies. Shortly before Election 2019, New Jersey Globe cited conversations with numerous Assembly members (seeking not to be named) who were unhappy with Bramnick’s leadership but who nevertheless said they’d back Bramnick for reelection as leader.
Republicans will hold 28 seats to the Democrats’ 52 as soon as LD1 Assemblymen-elect Antwan McClellan and Erik Simonsen take the oath of office.

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Monday, November 11, 2019

A very Special Sentiment On A VERY Special Day!

The Compelling True Story Behind Veteran's Day

World War I – known at the time as “The Great War” - officially  when the Treaty of Versailles was signed on June 28, 1919, in the Palace of Versailles outside the town of Versailles, France. 
However, fighting ceased seven months earlier when an armistice, or temporary cessation of hostilities, between the Allied nations and Germany went into effect on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh mont, exactly one hundred years ago today. For that reason, November 11, 1918, is generally regarded as the end of “the war to end all wars.” 
Soldiers of the 353rd Infantry near a church at Stenay, Meuse in France.
Soldiers of the 353rd Infantry near a church at Stenay, Meuse in France, wait for the end of hostilities. This photo was taken at 10:58 a.m., on November 11, 1918, two minutes before the armistice ending World War I went into effect

In November 1919, President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed November 11 as the first commemoration of Armistice Day with the following words: "To us in America, the reflections of Armistice Day will be filled with solemn pride in the heroism of those who died in the country’s service and with gratitude for the victory, both because of the thing from which it has freed us and because of the opportunity it has given America to show her sympathy with peace and justice in the councils of the nations…"

The original concept for the celebration was for a day observed with parades and public meetings and a brief suspension of business beginning at 11:00 a.m.

The United States Congress officially recognized the end of World War I when it passed a concurrent resolution on June 4, 1926, with these words:

Whereas the 11th of November 1918, marked the cessation of the most destructive, sanguinary, and far reaching war in human annals and the resumption by the people of the United States of peaceful relations with other nations, which we hope may never again be severed, and

Whereas it is fitting that the recurring anniversary of this date should be commemorated with thanksgiving and prayer and exercises designed to perpetuate peace through good will and mutual understanding between nations; and

Whereas the legislatures of twenty-seven of our States have already declared November 11 to be a legal holiday: Therefore be it Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), that the President of the United States is requested to issue a proclamation calling upon the officials to display the flag of the United States on all Government buildings on November 11 and inviting the people of the United States to observe the day in schools and churches, or other suitable places, with appropriate ceremonies of friendly relations with all other peoples.

An Act (52 Stat. 351; 5 U. S. Code, Sec. 87a) approved May 13, 1938, made the 11th of November in each year a legal holiday—a day to be dedicated to the cause of world peace and to be thereafter celebrated and known as "Armistice Day." Armistice Day was primarily a day set aside to honor veterans of World War I, but in 1954, after World War II had required the greatest mobilization of soldiers, sailors, Marines and airmen in the Nation’s history; after American forces had fought aggression in Korea, the 83rd Congress, at the urging of the veterans service organizations, amended the Act of 1938 by striking out the word "Armistice" and inserting in its place the word "Veterans." With the approval of this legislation (Public Law 380) on June 1, 1954, November 11th became a day to honor American veterans of all wars.

President Eisenhower signing HR7786, changing Armistice Day to Veterans Day.
President Eisenhower signing HR7786, changing Armistice Day to Veterans Day. From left: Alvin J. King, Wayne Richards, Arthur J. Connell, John T. Nation, Edward Rees, Richard L. Trombla, Howard W. Watts 

On that same day, President Eisenhower sent a letter to the Honorable Harvey V. Higley, Administrator of Veterans' Affairs (VA), designating him as Chairman of the Veterans Day National Committee.

In 1958, the White House advised VA's General Counsel that the 1954 designation of the VA Administrator as Chairman of the Veterans Day National Committee applied to all subsequent VA Administrators. Since March 1989 when VA was elevated to a cabinet level department, the Secretary of Veterans Affairs has served as the committee's chairman.

The Uniform Holiday Bill (Public Law 90-363 (82 Stat. 250)) was signed on June 28, 1968, and was intended to ensure three-day weekends for Federal employees by celebrating four national holidays on Mondays: Washington's Birthday, Memorial Day, Veterans Day, and Columbus Day. It was thought that these extended weekends would encourage travel, recreational and cultural activities and stimulate greater industrial and commercial production. Many states did not agree with this decision and continued to celebrate the holidays on their original dates.

The first Veterans Day under the new law was observed with much confusion on October 25, 1971. It was quite apparent that the commemoration of this day was a matter of historic and patriotic significance to a great number of our citizens, and so on September 20th, 1975, President Gerald R. Ford signed Public Law 94-97 (89 Stat. 479), which returned the annual observance of Veterans Day to its original date of November 11, beginning in 1978. This action supported the desires of the overwhelming majority of state legislatures, all major veterans service organizations and the American people.

Veterans Day continues to be observed on November 11, regardless of what day of the week on which it falls. The restoration of the observance of Veterans Day to November 11 not only preserves the historical significance of the date, but helps focus attention on the important purpose of Veterans Day: A celebration to honor America's veterans for their patriotism, love of country, and willingness to serve and sacrifice for the common good.

H/T: Bureau of Veterans Affairs

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Sunday, November 10, 2019

Suburban Women? Well, Here's The Lowdown . . .



What DO [suburban] women want?
And who are they anyway?
And who do they think they are?
Click here to listen to my animated radio chat with the marvelous Christine Flowers on Philly's Big Talker, 1210 WPHT!

A Special Message For Bernie Sanders . . .


So, Let's Try To Get This Straight . . . .

Saturday, November 9, 2019

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