The scam that is the SPLC is finally starting to unravel: Southern Poverty Law Center president Richard Cohen resigned Friday, in the latest blow to the embattled left-wing nonprofit.Cohen’s resignation came nine days after the SPLC fired co-founder Morris Dees on March 13, citing unspecified conduct issues.Cohen announced his resignation in a staff-wide email Friday evening, the … Continue reading Monday Thoughts Under The Fedora SPLC tanking , The Stacy McCain School of Journalism, Un-newsworthy Religious Vandalism Ichrio and the Big Bang Last Season
My 1st thought when I saw that Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman were charged in a RICO case involving college admissions for thier kids was: Who? But my second was this. As of this moment both the FBI & Justice Department have more evidence of criminal activity on their part then they do on Donald … Continue reading Non Tweets Under the Fedora Loughlin & Huffman vs Trump, Tebow to AAA, How many years ago did Bill Russell Play? , Young antisemitism > Holocaust survivors, and a warning.
With Radio Stations removing Michael Jackson from their playlists and even the Simpsons are removing his episode from their rotation and new DVD it's easy to forget that the revelations in the latest Documentary concerning Michael Jackson and children not only confirmed things that the general public suspected was true. However it's much more important … Continue reading Monday Thoughts Under the Fedora: Michael Who? (TV) Movies of the 30’s The Orville, Get Ready for $8 Pizza, More Titles for Boston?
Yesterday I talked about how the episodes Identity parts 1 & 2 confirmed that the Orville belonged in the front row of Science Fiction by more than default, but did you notice the conservative theme in the episode that must be driving the left crazy? The episode turned on a single idea, that collective guilt … Continue reading …and did you notice The Orville’s message against collective guilt?
I mentioned the show The Orville a few weeks ago and said that thanks to the latest version of sjw science fiction (read Doctor Who, Star Trek, Star Wars) their success is comparable with the Patriots in the AFC east an above average team that's always on top because the competition is so weak. Well … Continue reading The Orville Wins the Sci-Fi Superbowl with Identity Pts 1 & 2…
If you really want to understand the difference between the conservative right and the so called "liberal" left. Look at the difference between what they say and do. Consider Gov Northam (D-VA). is the governor of Virginia who at the age of 25 did something really stupid and then 30 plus years later 1st apologized … Continue reading Gov Ralph Northam (D-Va) & Roseanne Barr Compare and Contrast
As the '80s slid into the '90s, music morphing from day-glo paisley pastel Spandex to grungy flannel, the contemporary Christian music world remained on its same course set two decades earlier: a handful of artists riding if not leading the secular music curve, their reward consisting of being almost universally ignored by industry elements in … Continue reading Shine Is Dead; The Prayer Chain Not So Much
I was wandering though the net last week and came upon this youtube podcast concerning Doctor Who by a fellow with a rather large following who I'd never heard of. There are a lot of good points here but there is something he said in particular that hit me because he repeated one I made … Continue reading The Vengeful Tokenism Behind the Current Doctor Who Series
At Newsbusters there was a piece about the increase in ratings by the NFL this year in general and last week in particular as the country vainly hoped that Tom Brady would fail, which of course he didn't, but mostly about the end of the protests. This is actually not true, as a few players, … Continue reading Non Tweets Under the Fedora 1/27: What Kneelers? Journalists Seeking Jobs, Covington Consequences, Bishops Gambit and Omar & ISIS
During the second generation of Christian rock in the early to mid ‘80s, reaching out via musical genres previously thought by even the most fervent contemporary music supporters to be at best ill-suited if not utterly inapplicable to evangelical/edifying work gained a foothold. Among the purveyors of these new musical realms were Altar Boys. Roaring … Continue reading No substitute for Altar Boys superb “No Substitute”
Jack Crab: I was an honored guest, and they game me a real treat for breakfast, boiled dog. Dog ain't bad neither now dog is greasy, but you'd be surprised how downright delicate the flavor is - especially when you're starving Little Big Man 1970 My youngest son has become a big fan of the … Continue reading The Orville in the AFC East
Miss me? Life spent most of 2018 punkpounding me on multiple fronts, hence my lengthy absence from this space. My deep thanks to Peter for his patience. Anyway, time to start catching up on things, starting with some new (well, it was new in August of last year) music by Derri Daugherty, guitarist/vocalist/tunesmith for veteran … Continue reading “The Color of Dreams” by Derri Daugherty provides pleasant aural dreamscapes
As I mentioned in an earlier post last weekend I starting watching the classic 1952 TV series Victory at Sea for the first time. That might be a bit of a surprise to some of you, both my grey beard and the fact that my father served in the Pacific in World War 2 would … Continue reading Victory at Sea History before the Culture Wars
Humphrey Bogart, 1940's/50's Democrat and arguably the greatest actor there has ever been once said "The only thing you owe the public is a good performance". If that is true then given the number of good performances we've had from Jane Curtin over the decades I reckon death wish for the GOP not withstanding I reckon … Continue reading Non Tweets Under the Fedora 1-4-18 Bogart & Curtin, Romney & Cuomo, Pelosi and Daughter, Kollab & Insurance and Brady and the Press
Our Penultimate entry in our Mannheim Steamroller Octave for Christmas is one of my favorite Carols God Rest You Merry Gentlemen. I'm not a big concert guy as a rule but when I attend as I've said before I like to watch the individual performances, which can be difficult while filming with a hand-held camera … Continue reading 8 Days of Mannheim Steamroller for Christmas: Day 7 God Rest You Merry Gentlemen