Clint Eastwood’s final western was Unforgiven and still stands atop a resume of great films from the famous actor/director, but also in the genre, earning a Best Picture Oscar and an Oscar for Eastwood as director. Eastwood stars as William Munny, a reformed outlaw, raising hogs and his two children
In an era where the “Karen” nickname and stereotype is spreading, a Tampa Bay Times reporter, Stephanie Hayes, went full social justice warrior to pay homage to the woke movement. Hayes virtue signals to Black Lives Matter and the world that she’s so tolerant; hence, the ultimate version of a
Nearly an hour into the new Hellboy film and audience has learned very little about the evil Blood Queen, played by Resident Evil star Milla Jovovich, so it’s not surprising fans may lose interest. David Harbour (Hopper on Stranger Things) stars titular demon, who kicks off the thrill ride with
As the protests and rallies in the wake of the George Floyd murder erupted and transformed in some places into riots, ripe with violence and looters. As part of the rage filled mobs descend on communities, journalists report being beaten, chased and even shot at by those rioting. In Seattle
Tobe Hooper is no household name, but as the director of Poltergeist, he delivered the Steven Spielberg inspired film in 1982, arriving in theaters the same month as the classic E.T. Centering around the Freeling family and the series of bizarre events, Poltergeist takes audiences through the experience of items
OPINION The Tampa Bay Times editorial board took aim at Gov. Ron DeSantis, circling the wagons around Rebekah Jones, calling the incident a “smear job by DeSantis’ office” to elevate Jones beyond her credentials and actual contributions. “Gov. Ron DeSantis loves to share praise from Washington about Florida’s handling of
Warner Bros attempted to kick off a Hanna Barbera cinematic universe with Scoob!, a Scooby-Doo prequel/origin story, populated with characters from their various shows: Dick Dastardly from Wacky Races, alongside Muttley; Blue Falcon and Dynomutt and Captain Caveman. Sadly, the long-winded story drifts away from the strong points of the
The current outbreak has consumed everything lately–from media to government. My guest today says crises of all kinds, whether economic, political, military, or health, send ideologues scrambling to explain how such events fit neatly into their worldview. In fact, political partisans often attempt to paint any crisis as having occurred
Author of the book, How to Read the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence, Paul Skousen joined me to talk about all things pertaining to these documents. Why read them? How to read them? What are the different purposes? and other questions are explored. Show host, Robert Herriman looks at
A “bottlenecker” is a person who advocates for the creation or perpetuation of government regulation, particularly an occupational license, to restrict entry into his or her occupation, thereby accruing an economic advantage without a benefit to consumers. On today’s show, I want to look at bottleneckers, in particular occupation licensure.
The Electoral College–many groups have tried and are trying to change it. The topic became alive again in 2016 with the electoral victory of Donald Trump, while Hillary Clinton received the popular vote edge. What does the Constitution say? What did the Framers say? How has it worked? And what
On this show, I talk to Professor of Economics at Frostburg State University in Maryland, William Anderson, PhD about the history, the economics and the massive government intrusion associated with the Green New Deal proposed by Representative Alexandria Ocasio Cortez. How conservative was Ronald Reagan?
The 40th President of the United States, Ronald Reagan, is held up by many as the epitome of conservatism. The question is, how conservative was he? On this podcast, I am joined by Senior Fellow at the Independent Institute, Ivan Eland to answer this question. I asked Eland specifically about