Watch the video, read the transcript at my post, Brit Hume asks a good question: If the FBI investigates, isn’t there surveillance?
Hanks was hounded by a cabal which counted as a member a self-flagellating albino in The Da Vinci Code. East German punks stole his coat in Bridge of Spies, and Somali pirates his ship in Captain Phillips. He even played Chesley ‘Sully‘ Sullenberger, the most-skilled pilot who landed an airplane full of passengers on the East River. Speaking of passengers, his character was stranded for months at JFK airport in The Terminal.
But Tom Hanks’s most famous movie involving disastrous travel is Cast Away (2000), where he plays Chuck Noland, a FedEx executive who spends years talking to a volleyball named Wilson while stranded on an island somewhere in the Pacific.
Read my article, Don’t go anywhere with Tom Hanks!
Think what you may of the Maddow debacle, the fact remains that the unauthorized disclosure of tax return information is a crime – a felony under 26 U.S. Code § 7213.
The news roll right along, and have a happy Talk To A Russian Day!
Read my post here.
The Worst Day for NeverTrump and Democrats rolls along.
Read my post, The market loved the speech.
If, as the Washington Post says, “Democracy Dies in Darkness”, the media should get a lot of the credit for dimming the lights. Not for simply making up stories out of whole cloth (remember the “hacked power grid” story that turned out to be one laptop with malware?), but also by omitting or ignoring pertinent information.
Two stories this week illustrate the point. Read my post, The not-quite-fake but rather manipulated news
I’m not going to CPAC this year thanks to my new $18,000/yr Obamacare premiums, deductible and out-of-pocket. I’ll miss most of all visiting with fellow bloggers, but here are a few thoughts on Milo and CPAC:
Ii’s all about the headlines.