9/11- A Day America Will Never Forget

I have good parents. When we were growing up, my Mom and Dad taught my Sister and I about patriotism. They taught us how we are blessed to live in the United States of America. They were not “helicopter parents” and they made sure to teach us about our national history, the good and the…

‘The Death Of Stalin’ Review- A Satire Of Tyranny

Directed by Armando Iannucci, ‘The Death Of Stalin’ is a British dark comedy that satirizes the chaos that ensued following the death of Soviet Union despot Joseph Stalin. After receiving a harsh note from pianist Maria Yudina (Olga Kurylenko), Soviet Union Premier Joseph Stalin (Adrian McLoughlin) reads it and has a cerebral hemorrhage and dies.…

‘Jojo Rabbit’ Review- Nazism And Absurdity

How do you make Nazis and Nazism funny? Taika Waititi writes and directs Jojo Rabbit, a comedy-drama based in Germany during the end of the Second World War. It has been nominated for multiple awards at various ceremonies and was selected by the American Film Institute as one of the top ten movies of 2019.…

Thanksgiving Repost 2019

I am going to dispense with the politically correct version of the first celebrated Thanksgiving Feast, and tell it how I believe it happened based on my own studies on the matter. A band of Pilgrims, seeking freedom from religious persecution, fled from the British Empire and set sail on the Mayflower. They endured harsh…

‘The King’ Review- Heavy Is The Head That Wears The Crown

The King is a partial adaption of William Shakespeare’s “Henriad” (a collection of plays regarding Henry IV and Henry V) directed by David Michôd who co-wrote it with Joel Edgerton. In England, Prince “Hal” Henry (Timothée Chalamet) is told by his father, the warmongering King Henry IV (Ben Mendelsohn) that his younger brother Thomas (Dean-Charles…

Movie Review Flashback- Operation Finale

Rogue One co-writer Chris Weitz directed a movie about one of the most shocking events in history in 2018’s Operation Finale. The movie tells the story of the capture of one of the notorious Nazi escapees who was captured by Mossad in a daring mission in South America. In 1960s Buenos Aires, Argentina Sylvia Hermann…

Top 5 #StrangeThingsToBringBack Tweets

For your Wayback Wednesday journey down memory lane, the hashtag #StrangeThingsToBringBack was trending all over Twitter. Several users were sharing images of some of their favorite gadgets, games, bands, songs, snacks, movies, and so much more. In no particular order, here are Top 5 #StrangeThingsToBringBack Tweets: Tahim throws out some Yoplait yogurts that were based…

FDR’s D-Day Prayer

On June 6th, 1944, the Allied Nations, including the United States, Britain, Canadian, and several other soldiers from various nations came together to launch an ambitious attack on the beaches of Normandy, France in occupied Nazi Germany. Troops from America landed on what became known as Omaha Beach to assist with the invasion. This helped…

Favorite Films Of 2018

With my eclectic taste in films, it is often hard to narrow down my absolute favorite movies of the year. That being said, 2018 was a good year for movies and I found myself begging for more, especially in the comic book and science fiction genre. Here is my list of favorite films for the…

Thanksgiving (Revisited) in 2018

I am going to dispense with the politically correct version of the first celebrated Thanksgiving Feast, and tell it how I believe it happened based on my own studies on the matter. A band of Pilgrims, seeking freedom from religious persecution, fled from the British Empire and set sail on the Mayflower. They endured harsh…

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A Brief History: The Dark Side Of Earth Day

April 22nd is the date for the international holiday known as Earth Day. Its proponents say it reminds us to pay homage to the planet we all share and to raise awareness for the environment. Little do they know that one of the first proponents of the holiday was involved in a brutal murder and an international…

Top 10 Movies That Could NOT Be Made Today

In this politically correct environment, it seems that a lot of movies are scrutinized not based on merit, but if it passes the woke test that the idiot social justice whiners (I hate calling them warriors) place on the industry. It stands to reason that a lot of fantastic films could not be made today…

Movie Review- Dunkirk

Dunkirk is the latest masterpiece by my favorite director Christopher Nolan. I’m so excited to finally write a review about it. It tells the story of the fallout from the disastrous 1940 battle of Dunkirk during World War 2 as the Nazis took control of France.  It features an ensemble cast including Tom Hardy, Fionn Whitehead,…

Documentary Review- Best Of Enemies

Do you know why cable news is the way it is? Two people of opposing ideologies screaming at one another? Best Of Enemies takes on the ten debates between a hero of the Conservative movement and a hero of the Progressive movement. Best Of Enemies was a documentary made in 2015 about National Review founder and…

#amreading – Twelve Books Every College Kid Should Read

There have been several book list for Millennial college kids that are floating along on the internet. Many of them have a very left-wing perspective. I decided to do my own list of books based on my own experience. Here are twelve books every college kid should read. Winning With People by John Maxwell– Usually, Maxwell’s…

We Will Never Forget: Patriot Day 2016

Patriot Day is day to remember September 11th, 2001, when terrorists targeted us for no other reason than we are the United States of America. It was a sad, cowardly act that saw the death of hundreds of Americans. Then on September 11th, 2012, terrorists of the same ideology attacked the American consulate in Benghazi,…

Documentary Review- Hillary’s America

Dinesh D’Souza has become a Conservative filmmaker whose previous documentary, America: Imagine The World Without Her and Obama 2016, brings us his next project Hillary’s America who produced it with Gerald R. Molen as involved with Schindler’s List and Jurassic Park. Dinesh D’Souza reenacts the end of his trial, his sentencing, and his time in a…

Patriot Section Highlight: Madam CJ Walker

March is Women’s Appreciation Month, and today we have a true American heroine! Sarah Breedlove, later known as Madam C.J. Walker, was (by today’s standards) the first self-made female millionaire.  Sarah was born December 23, 1867 in Louisiana as the first free African-American in her family under the Emancipation Proclamation. She was orphaned at the age…

Happy Birthday David Livingstone

David Livingstone March 19, 1813 – May 1, 1873 While I was educated at home, I was assigned to read a biography of the great Dr. David Livingstone. He was a missionary to Africa, but also an explorer, geographer, and a role model for the early abolitionist movement. He opened the door for medical practitioners…

#amreading – Precinct 11 Trilogy by Jerry B. Jenkins

Jerry B. Jenkins has earned his place in Christian book history by co-authoring the popular Left Behind series and taking over the Christian Writer’s Guild. While he has certainly written several other books, his latest venture has been the Precinct 11 series about a fictional Chicago cop named Drake, who experienced tragedy in book 1: The…