Ranking the 20 Cities for Amazon’s HQ2 From Least to Most Likely…

The Pretenders…The only reason Amazon released a “short list” of 20 cities rather than the 10 (or less) they were actually still considering is to further interest and keep people glued to this quasi-insulting “Bachelor”-esque real estate show. Although I have to admit that it’s a little fun pitting cities against each other, and I… Read More »

Reviewing the 2020 Candidates

Looking at Gavin Newsom, Kamala Harris, Corey Booker, Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, AND the tactics Trump will take against them

Unpopular Vote: Obama is Retired

Both sides may be putting too much emphasis on Obama, whose next big “work” may involve margaritas in the Caribbean on Jay Z’s boat…

Movie Match-Up: “12 Strong” vs. “Den of Thieves”

A pair of macho, guys-vs.-guys actioners that come from different sides of the respectability spectrum, but will probably appeal to about the same demographic… Den of Thieves…Can writer-director Christian Gudegast (whose previous screenwriting credits include “classics” like “London Has Fallen” and the Vin Diesel howler “A Man Apart”) be sewed for copyright infringement? Because that’s how… Read More »

Movie Match-Up: “Proud Mary” vs. “The Commuter”

Two absolute junk January thrillers starring actors who’ve seen better roles, and if you waited until February to watch a movie in theaters I certainly wouldn’t blame you since the old truth about January being a dumping ground for the bottom-of-the-barrel looks to be holding true this year. However, not all bad things are equal,… Read More »

Who Will Be Nominated for Oscars (and Who SHOULD Be)

Note: Each category starts off with who I think should be nominated because almost all of my picks surely won’t be, and I kind-of don’t give a damn who they actually nominate… Who Should Be Nominated for Best Actor… Runner-Up: Robert Redford, “Our Souls at Night”…A beautiful movie about regretting things when you get older and the hopefulness… Read More »

Social Liberalism Creates Jobs (Like Doug Jones)

AL explains how choosing Doug Jones over Roy Moore has already created jobs for Alabama, and how North Carolina’s homophobic laws have cost them jobs. Plus, how bigotry now scares away business and makes it harder for red-state based companies to recruit top talent…