Not everybody has Phil Dunphy as a dad, and even though TV rarely shows fathers as warts-and-all (Tony Soprano, Vic Mackey, and Walter White are closer to villains on their respective shows), luckily there’s been enough movies to have your Father’s Day entertainment covered… If your father was a monster you should watch…“Affliction,” Nick Nolte… Read More »
In his latest unpopular vote video, he recruits a 1-year-old climate activist who would like to live and thus asks you to stop using straws…it’s literally the least you could do.
On earth day, Alabama Liberal introduces America’s next great climate activist, and also wonders why Republicans who claim to care about babies (outlawing abortion) don’t want to ensure that all kids live by ending climate crisis…
While in an area that was economically devastated by the BP oil spill, AL explains how fossil fuels actually wreck more jobs than they create. [Note: The sound quality in one video was so bad, I had to redo it with a second take–but the first footage was too beautiful to scrap completely.]
AL launches the return of (and final episodes of) 300 @ 30, his weight loss series, and takes on weight loss gimmicks (does shaving your head count as weight loss?) that include two new fads: literal starvation diets and apocalyptic eating.
With a recession started and an-already struggling retail sector getting hit the hardest Alabama Liberal gives his best guess as to what the future of retail looks like: celebrity stores one day turning into full celebrity malls and “experience driven” retail.
Alabama Liberal explains the origins of America’s employer-based healthcare system, why it’s a huge conflict of interest, the ridiculous resistance to price caps on pharmaceutical drugs, and lastly the hidden role that doctors play in not changing the system. Ultimately, he tells why “Republican healthcare reform” is a myth because they love the current system.
While everyone is both disappointed that “No Time to Die” has been pushed back to November but also eagerly awaiting Daniel Craig’s final Bond movie, there’s a quieter milestone for a different spy franchise: believe it or not, its been 30 years (as of March 2nd) since “The Hunt for Red October” was the first… Read More »
[Virus note: Hey, the quarantine and self-imposed isolation is kicking into its 2nd or 3rd week for some of us. We have to pass the time somehow…I’ve seen people on Twitter start troll fights over which Kool-Aid flavor is best, so this isn’t the worst use of time.] Brad Pitt might’ve won his Oscar for… Read More »
I saw a question online that asked “Why is Joe Biden a better candidate to run against Donald Trump than Hillary was in 2016?” My answer was so detailed, I thought “why am I wasting all these words on random people when Alabama Liberal needs fresh content?” So here was my answer…[NOT ranked in order… Read More »