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James Woods’ Agent Dumps Him on July 4 in Email Only a Liberal Would Write
Post Date: 2018-07-06 07:14:52 by BTP Holdings
James Woods’ Agent Dumps Him on July 4 in Email Only a Liberal Would Write By Joe Saunders July 5, 2018 at 11:17am Leave it to a liberal to call this “patriotic.” Conservative Hollywood actor James Woods, a man who has achieved iconic status from both his acting and his acid-tongued Twitter posts excoriating the left, was unceremoniously dumped by his talent agent on the Fourth of July — In the name of patriotism, no less. In a Twitter post published late Wednesday, Woods included a screen shot of an email his now-former agent Ken Kaplan had sent earlier in the evening. “It’s the 4th of July and I’m feeling patriotic. I don’t want to ...

Watch: The Time Christopher Walken Perfectly Described Donald Trump
Post Date: 2018-06-25 04:42:58 by BTP Holdings
Watch: The Time Christopher Walken Perfectly Described Donald Trump By Ben Marquis June 21, 2018 at 12:32pm There has been much said about the political rise of President Donald Trump over the past few years, both good and bad to varying degrees of accuracy. How and why would a multi-billionaire in charge of a vast business empire give up his relatively easy life of luxury to submit himself to the punishing slings and arrows of his enemies to not only govern the most powerful nation in the world but to try and right the course of a wayward ship of state? The ultimate answer to that question may never be fully revealed, but a monologue by Hollywood actor Christopher Walken delivered in ...

Why Children Aren't Behaving, And What You Can Do About It
Post Date: 2018-06-04 03:45:40 by Tatarewicz
NPR... Childhood — and parenting — have radically changed in the past few decades, to the point where far more children today struggle to manage their behavior. That's the argument Katherine Reynolds Lewis makes in her new parenting book, The Good News About Bad Behavior. Why Kids Are Less Disciplined Than Ever - and What to Do About It by Katherine Reynolds Lewis "We face a crisis of self-regulation," Lewis writes. And by "we," she means parents and teachers who struggle daily with difficult behavior from the children in their lives. Lewis, a journalist, certified parent educator and mother of three, asks why so many kids today are having trouble ...

Six Days on the Road, Dave Dudley
Post Date: 2018-04-01 09:57:05 by BTP Holdings

David Allan Coe - You Never Even Called Me By My Name
Post Date: 2018-03-30 12:52:37 by BTP Holdings
According to Wikipedia: "You Never Even Call Me by My Name" is the title of a song written and recorded by Steve Goodman and John Prine, and later recorded as "You Never Even Called Me by My Name" by country music singer David Allan Coe, produced by Ron Bledsoe. It was the third single release of Coe's career, included on his album Once Upon a Rhyme. The song was Coe's first Top Ten hit, reaching a peak of number eight on the Billboard country singles charts. Poster Comment:I knew a guy that went to High School with Steve Goodman in Chicago.

Dennis Quaid Reveals Gift ‘I Can Only Imagine’ Father Gave Son
Post Date: 2018-03-27 20:55:01 by BTP Holdings
Dennis Quaid Reveals Gift ‘I Can Only Imagine’ Father Gave Son New Christian Film Topples Oprah’s ‘Wrinkle In Time’ At Box Office By Randy DeSoto March 26, 2018 at 3:55pm Dennis Quaid, star of the hit Christian film, “I Can Only Imagine” about MercyMe singer Bart Millard shared what he believes the key gift the artist’s father gave his son. “Imagine” continues to defy the odds makers, holding at No. 3 on the box office over the weekend and besting such major Hollywood releases as “Tomb Raider” and “Wrinkle in Time.” The faith film, which was made for $7 million, has taken in over $38 million in less than two ...

No Country for Old Men - An explanation
Post Date: 2018-03-15 22:11:34 by BTP Holdings
No Country for Old Men is a 2007 movie directed, written, and edited by Joel and Ethan Cohen. Based on the Cormac McCarthy novel of the same name. Its enigmatic title actually comes from the first stanza of William Butler Yeast’s poem "Sailing to Byzantium", first published in the 1928 collection The Tower. This film has been defined as a “neo-western movie” a description which fits it well. Except perhaps that the term neo might suggest that the Western genre is dead and buried. In this video, I am going to analyse No Country for Old Men from both a narrative and visual point of view. This analysis will allow us to understand the meaning of that ending which ...

The 100 best nonfiction books of all time: the full list
Post Date: 2018-01-02 02:19:43 by Tatarewicz
Guardian... After two years of careful reading, moving backwards through time, Robert McCrum has concluded his selection of the 100 greatest nonfiction books. Take a quick look at five centuries of great writing Robert McCrum reflects on his 100 greatest nonfiction books list The 100 best novels written in English: the full list What did Robert miss? Leave your thoughts in the comments 1. The Sixth Extinction by Elizabeth Kolbert (2014) An engrossing account of the looming catastrophe caused by ecology’s “neighbours from hell” – mankind. 2. The Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion (2005) This steely and devastating examination of the author’s grief following ...

The Kentucky Headhunters - Dumas Walker
Post Date: 2017-07-29 20:22:55 by BTP Holdings
Published on Nov 21, 2009 Music video by Kentucky Headhunters performing Dumas Walker. (C) 1989 Mercury Records Category Music License Standard YouTube License Music "Dumas Walker" by The Kentucky Headhunters Listen ad-free with YouTube Red

Iran holds international ‘Trumpism’ cartoon contest
Post Date: 2017-07-04 06:06:13 by Tatarewicz
PressTV... Iran is holding an international cartoon contest with the theme of US President Donald Trump and what is viewed as his racist and interventionist policies both at home and abroad. Over 550 people from 75 countries sent more than 1,600 artworks to the International Trumpism Cartoon and Caricature Contest in the exhibition that opened on Monday and will last one week. The logo for the competition is based on the Nazi emblem, depicting a diagonal “T” in a white circle against a red background. Iranians look at cartoons of US President Donald Trump at an exhibition in Tehran, Iran, July 3, 2017. (Photo by AFP) Iranian cartoonist Hadi Asadi won first place and was awarded ...

Person of the Year 2016: The Russian Hacker
Post Date: 2016-12-26 03:13:25 by Tatarewicz
RT... In the past year, the world was introduced to a suspect for all seasons and purposes; an interloper so slippery he has yet to be positively identified. Yet, like Sasquatch, Loch Ness and UFOs, we know he is out there, lurking, and laughing at us all. In dark, smoke-choked rooms across the vast expanse of 11 time-zones that is Putin's Russia are brooding Dostoyevskian characters consumed with one overriding objective: Hacking Hillary Clinton’s email server in a brazen attempt to strike at US democracy and deliver Russia-friendly demagogue Donald J. Trump to power. Yes, Clinton made the task easier by using her personal computer to send classified messages, but this should not ...

What is TRUTH
Post Date: 2016-12-21 09:35:04 by Neo TryingtoWarnYou
Jesus to Pilot: You can't handle the TRUTH What is TRUTH : www.whitakeronline.org/audio/bobw_townhall_050806.mp3

WhoÂ’s the Biggest Peddler of Fake News?
Post Date: 2016-11-26 04:55:07 by Tatarewicz
Blacklisted News. Everyone’s talking about “fake news” … Google Trends shows that – starting in late October – that phrase absolutely exploded in terms of internet searches: fake-news-google-trendsIn the last month, Obama, Merkel, CNN, the New York Times, Washington Post and many other mainstream media have warned about the dangers of fake news. There certainly is a lot of fake news. And some of it is by anti-establishment types trying to discredit American institutions with false reports. But – as we document below – the government and mainstream media are by far the biggest purveyors of fake news. The Government’s Been Deploying Propaganda ...

This Election Has Disgraced the Entire Profession of Journalism
Post Date: 2016-11-09 06:11:32 by Tatarewicz
RI... We still don’t know the outcome of the 2016 election, in which our “democratic process” has produced two candidates widely despised by the American people, but we do know the race’s biggest loser: reporters and the profession of journalism, which has been reduced to surrogacy, largely on behalf of Hillary Clinton. Before going further, let me state that my own politics are on the left but I won’t be voting in this election. Both parties have collaborated to rig the system so that’s it’s virtually impossible for an independent candidate to compete given the financial and institutional hurdles that have been put in place to block such a possibility. ...

Songs from my band (Avant Garage)
Post Date: 2016-10-21 15:11:36 by Bill D Berger
Back in the late 80's and early 90's I was in a band called "Avant Garage". We started out as a cover band, playing bars and clubs in the Minneapolis area, starting out as "The Verselles". We went through several drummers and changed our focus to writing our own songs. Anyways, we recorded a demo tape in 1992 and a few days ago I was going through my cassette collection and discovered the tape. After recording it with Audacity and cleaning up some of the hiss, I put the entire album (10 songs) on SoundCloud. They styles range from power pop to garage, rock, alternative, rockabilly, yet there's a certain cohesion throughout the entire album. In my opinion, ...

'Future Shock' Author Alvin Toffler Passes Away Aged 87
Post Date: 2016-06-30 03:30:15 by Tatarewicz
Sputnik... World-famous US sociologist, philosopher and futurologist Alvin Toffler died in his sleep at home in Los Angeles on Monday. His works foresaw the technological development of humanity years before it was actually brought to life. "Alvin Toffler, one of the most respected futurists of the modern era and known around the world for ideas that influenced government and business leaders alike, died at age 87 late Monday, June 27. He is survived by his wife of more than 60 years and longtime business partner, Heidi Toffler", Toffler Associates said. With heavy hearts we share that Alvin Toffler, our firm’s founder, has died at age 87. #RememberingAlvinToffler ...

War, transportation, politics
Post Date: 2016-06-22 18:08:43 by Dakmar
I've lately noticed my couch/tv time increasingly devoted to railroading documentaries. There is one about WWII, how the railroads had to gear up for transporting raw materials, fuel, weapons, machinery and troops. What caught my attention was the oil tankers, headed to ports for shipment to our Brit buddies.How long would it take Russia (or hell, Bolivia if they really put their minds to it) to sink the ocean tanker as it headed east? That got me to thinking about offshore oil platforms. Blowing up a couple of those would really ruin someones coastline. The nazis probably would have, but there were no offshore oil platforms back then best I can tell. That got me thinking about WWII and ...

Happy Birthday, “Shakespeare”!
Post Date: 2016-04-20 06:38:57 by Ada
[Classic: 4/13/2000] — April 12 marked the 450th birthday of the writer we know as “William Shakespeare.” Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, was born on April 12, 1550. Oxford adopted the name “Shakespeare” in 1593 when he published the poem Venus and Adonis, which he dedicated to the young Earl of Southampton. Oxford had fallen in love with the handsome teenager, who was being urged to marry his daughter Elizabeth Vere. Southampton is also the “lovely boy” to whom most of the Shakespeare Sonnets are addressed. When I argued this in my book Alias Shakespeare (published by The Free Press in 1997), I expected to get quite an argument from the academic ...

Fun video on the sinister "watcher house" which is for sale
Post Date: 2016-03-30 04:15:07 by NeoconsNailed
First, the straight dope: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2016/03/29/mysterious-watcher-house-that-receives- creepy-messages-is-for-sale.html?intcmp=hplnws A million dollar New Jersey home is back on the market, but any prospective buyer should probably have good credit and an even better security system. The six-bedroom Westfield residence has been dubbed “The Watcher House” because of a series of creepy, anonymous letters received by owners, according to NJ.com. “Do you need to fill the house with the young blood I requested? Once I know their names I will call to them and draw them to me,” one note read. “Have they found what is in the walls yet? In time they ...

I hate corruption.
Post Date: 2016-03-09 19:25:49 by Dakmar
I've figured it out. I am a hater! I hate liars, I hate thiefs, I hate leeches, I hate swindlers (most of them, anyway), I hate ... danm, that's a lot of people. Liars and thiefs, I'll start with them. Here's why I hate liars and thiefs... :) Poster Comment:1) Truth should always win, call me crazy but it just seems right. 2) Private property, a white thing?

Malcolm "Alex" McDowell says 'A Clockwork Orange' is becoming reality, 44 years after its release
Post Date: 2016-02-03 00:02:19 by NeoconsNailed
Everything’s going to the droogs. The nationwide release of “A Clockwork Orange” was 44 years ago — on Feb. 2, 1972 — but today its star, Malcolm McDowell, says the movie was more prescient than it seemed at the time. Based on a novel by Anthony Burgess, the Stanley Kubrick film shows “a world in which all older people stayed indoors with their televisions on,” McDowell told the News. “And that’s basically what happened. 'A CLOCKWORK ORANGE' IS A MIND-SHATTERING VISION OF TOMORROW: 1971 REVIEW “It’s just the young people out there doing drugs — and he foretold all this before the drug explosion.” The film, ...

Can You Name These Famous Paintings’ Artists?
Post Date: 2016-01-05 02:36:34 by X-15
Poster Comment:"You scored 80%, Fun Fact: 8587 other people have taken this quiz with an average score of 61%." I missed #4 and #8

Hitler’s 'Mein Kampf' Okayed for use in classrooms by Germany's education minister
Post Date: 2015-12-24 23:14:54 by Tatarewicz
RT... Germany's federal education minister has called for nationwide use of Adolf Hitler's 'Mein Kampf' in the classroom. It comes just before a critical version of the book is due to be reprinted for the first time since Hitler's death, sparking fierce debate. Referencing the critical edition of the book, scheduled to be published by Munich's Institute for Contemporary History in January, Johanna Wanka told Passauer Neuen Presse that it is “aimed at promoting political education and is easily comprehensible.” Wanka said that Hitler's statements will not go “uncontradicted,” adding that “students have questions, and it is right that ...

HUMOR - Tin Foilers UNITE!
Post Date: 2015-06-07 22:24:14 by HAPPY2BME-4UM

PATRIOT Act to expire? Maybe Not.
Post Date: 2015-05-31 05:16:29 by Bill D Berger
As everyone knows, the despicable PATRIOT Act is set to expire at midnight. It is my belief that they (TPTB) will not allow it to expire. Having wielded this control mechanism for well over a decade now, I don't see how they can let it end now. So-called sneak-and-peek warrants have been used in some cases in which surveillance of journalists, activists and even Supreme Court justices was initiated for manifestly unlawful political purposes. It has been used in non-terrorism cases such as a Las Vegas strip club corruption probe, used to harass Bev Harris and the BlackBoxVoting.org website, and even used against a toy company selling an illegal copy of the Rubik's CubeIt also ...

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