Tag: Florida

REALITY TV: Are they trying to tell you something?

REALITY TV: Are they trying to tell you something?

Hollywood, Issues
This ain't American Gothic - not by a long stretch... We're all familiar with the plethora of reality shows that molest our televisions every night; however, one show is particularly telling: 90 Day Fiance. The show's premise is couples involving one person who is from another country, getting an K-1 Marriage VISA come over and the couple has 90 days to decide whether or not to get married. To date, haven't seen any couple who didn't close the marital deal; however, their journeys are far from fun or turmoil free. From parents and friends to their own personality conflicts, the couples forge a bond in a little under three months to make the decision to live in some marital bliss; allowing the foreigner to stay here in America. Watching this show gives you everything you need to...
Cotton Trumps Russian Dressing Ruse

Cotton Trumps Russian Dressing Ruse

Current Affairs, Democrats, Issues, Legal, Republicans, Senate
We only get Senate one hero per hearing it seems... it just wasn't Opie's day like last Thursday! In the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing with Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Republican Senator Tom Cotton illustrated the Liberal lunacy with this Russian Fairy Stories in his tongue and cheek questioning. In the most eloquent, straight-face manner, he exposed the witch hunt going on by his Democrat (and some Republican) colleagues on the committee. The following is the infamous video of Cotton's call out. Sen. Tom Cotton mocks committee questioning: "Do you like Jason Borne or James Bond movies?" https://t.co/l3hiUHF2dJ — Daniella Díaz (@DaniellaMicaela) June 13, 2017 As we know, Cotton is no stranger to being scrappy with his Democrat counterpoint. Remember his snarky remar
RECOUNT MADNESS: The Curious Case of Jill Stein & the Silent Media

RECOUNT MADNESS: The Curious Case of Jill Stein & the Silent Media

Corruption, Election News, Media, Trump News, Trump Transition
By Guest Writer: Adam Gingrich Pennsylvania Political Consultant @dissingertoupee Let's face it, when it comes to recounts, most Americans rightly think of the Florida fiasco of 2000 Bush v Gore as the standard bearer.  After all, that particular recount was built on a fact-based, feasible scenario that had the potential to swing the national election result. Many lessons were learned and, frankly, some new ones were conjured up out of thin air by both sides in a desperate battle for all the marbles. But, as they say, that was then and this now. From the moment Donald J. Trump descended the Trump Tower escalator in June 2015, so began an incredible and improbable journey to the White House that many in the media, and the world, could scarcely conceive. The sheer improbability of his
Old Al

Old Al

Issues, Trump News
Everyone in America is more than familiar with the Reverend Al Sharpton -- he's been at ground zero for just about every race-baiting event and incident since the Seventies and stirring up trouble among the Black communities throughout the country. In many forums, he's referred to as an activist - a social justice warrior - but is he? Beginning in February, Sharpton has gabbed on every news and talk show who allows him to spew his hate speech,  bashing his former friend and patron (yes, you read that right, patron) Donald Trump, calling him a racist and threatening to leave the country should Trump become president. Wonder why he's suddenly turned on his old buddy whose helped him raise money all these years? Sharpton, like most Americans, knows Trump is not a racist. In fact, Tr
Rubio: The Real Con Man

Rubio: The Real Con Man

Corruption, Election News, Issues
By Thornton Crowe While Marco Rubio (R-FL) presents himself as the downtrodden background of two refugees escaping Cuba's Fidel Castro, he tends to hide a whole of his past that is murky and fraught with controversy most voters would none too appreciate. A lot of hot rhetoric has been circulating these days with the GOP candidates vying for the nomination on the Republican ticket; heading into the General Election season. With all things considered, for the Democrats, Hillary Clinton is most likely going to be the first female presidential candidate. Given her salacious personal life with her cheating ex-president husband Bill along with the ever-growing e-mail scandal and Clinton Foundation money laundering activities, to say she's flawed is to put it very mildly. Even with all h...