• 13 Odd Facts About America's Moon Landing 1 Moon

    13 Odd Facts About America’s Moon Landing

    Before I get to the moon landing, I just want to point out that I know it’s been a while since I last published an article, I do apologize as I’ve been extremely busy with work and working long hours which has made certain things in my life like writing an after thought. Let’s hope this article can make me get back into the routine of knocking out articles because I certainly missed a lot of headlines and a lot of news to report on. Here are some odd facts about America’s moon landing and NASA’s strange behavior of being careless: How many photos of Neil Armstrong are there of…

  • Ouija Board

    My First Experience with the Ouija Board Scared the Shit Out of Me

    When I was around 7 or 8 years old my uncle and aunt invited my family over to their house not for drinks or to eat, but to experiment with something they had never done before, the ouija board. For contextual purposes, this story takes place 26 years ago which seems like a lifetime ago. There’s certain times when memories are brought up in life that make it seem as if they took place yesterday, they become much more prevalent than all the others. So, when someone mentions the ouija board around me now, it no doubt triggers one of the earliest memories I have as a kid being absolutely…

  • Covid

    New Polls Show Democrats Support Prison for those Who Question or Refuse to get a COVID-19 Vaccine

    In a recent poll conducted by the Heartland Institute and Rasmussen Reports, many bothersome results have come to shine light on how Democrats specifically feel about people who have reservations about COVID-19 vaccine. Every single poll on here is word for word from the actual study that was conducted by the Heartland Institute and Rasmussen Reports, I’ll give my reaction to each poll I selected that I found to be the most disturbing. Poll 1 Nearly half (48%) of Democratic voters think federal and state governments should be able to fine or imprison individuals who publicly question the efficacy of the existing COVID-19 vaccines on social media, television, radio, or…

  • Alan Dershowitz

    Reports Claim Alan Dershowitz Allegedly Begged Trump To Pardon Ghislaine Maxwell

    Alan Dershowitz seems to look guiltier and guiltier as time goes on regarding his alleged involvement with the victims of Jeffrey Epstein. According to reports from The Sunday Times, Dershowitz asked former President Trump to pardon the now convicted sex trafficker and abuser Ghislaine Maxwell ahead of her trial. Ghislaine Maxwell’s brother, Ian Maxwell, gave an interview to the outlet claiming, “There was one phone call between Professor Dershowitz and a family member during which the generic issue of pardons was touched on,” explaining that his family never once paid Dershowitz for his services nor asked him to talk about the matter with President Trump. Dershowitz has denied lobbying Trump…

  • Alec Baldwin

    Alec Baldwin Infuriated After Reports Claim He Hasn’t Turned Cell Phone Over To Authorities

    Alec Baldwin has been under immense pressure since October of 2021, when a prop gun that was loaded with a live round ended up killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. Witnesses say Mr. Baldwin was rehearsing drawing a prop gun while filming on the set of his new film “Rust” in New Mexico. But a lawsuit that’s been filed against the actor says the script did not require him to fire a gun at all. That inevitably would have prevented Ms. Hutchins from being fatally shot. ALEC BALDWIN & THE PHONE Last month, a warrant was issued by a Sante Fe court in New Mexico to obtain Alec Baldwin’s phone. Investigators believe “there may…

  • Norm macdonald

    ‘SNL’ Comedy Legend Norm Macdonald Dead at 61

    Comedy legend and “Weekend Update” segment star on ‘SNL’, Norm Macdonald, has died at 61 years old. Macdonald has been in a fight against cancer for over 9 years. According to Deadline, Macdonald’s longtime producing partner and friend Lori Jo Hoekstra was reportedly at his side when he passed.  Apparently, Norm was such a private person he made sure to keep his struggles away from public eye and even his closest friends and family said, Hoekstra. He never wanted the diagnosis to affect the way the audience or any of his loved ones saw him. Norm was a pure comic. He once wrote that ‘a joke should catch someone by…

  • Rose McGowan

    Rose McGowan Responds To Critics After Slamming Oprah – “No B*tch, I Drop Bombs”

    Rose McGowan, made headlines this past weekend calling out billionaire talk show host Oprah Winfrey for her past involvements with men such as convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein and alleged abuser Russell Simmons, who is accused of raping 15 women. Oprah has denied any knowledge of Weinstein’s disgusting criminal acts involving anyone. Weinstein was convicted of a criminal sexual act in the first degree and rape in the third degree in early 2020, where he is serving a 23-year sentence and is expected to serve more time depending on his case in California involving many similar accusations. Weinstein’s conviction marked a huge milestone for the survivors of the #MeToo movement, signaling…

  • Joe Biden

    The Biden Administration Has Failed America Pt. 2 – Foreign Policy (Afghanistan)

    In part two of this series, I’m focusing on another of President Biden’s failures, foreign policy, more specifically, Afghanistan. His leadership to keep strong and be forceful when he’s needed to has just turned into a catastrophe for citizens of Afghanistan and American citizens who are there and trying to leave, as well as Americans here who worry if they’ll ever see their family or friends again. Afghanistan Today Earlier today, the Pentagon confirmed that at least 12 U.S. Service Members were killed by terrorists at Kabul’s International Airport along with more than 90 Afghan citizens. According to the Pentagon, two blasts ripped through crowds trying to enter the American-controlled…

  • Herschel walker

    Herschel Walker to Run for U.S. Senate Amid The Left’s Hypocrisy on Mental Illness

    Herschel Walker, the former Heisman trophy winner and NFL great who played for the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles Minnesota Vikings and New York Giants, has filed his paperwork in the state of Georgia with the Federal Election Commission establishing his candidacy. Herschel Walker throwing his name into Georgia’s United States Senate race automatically catapults him to first place on the Republican end of things opposing, Senator Rafael Warnock, who became the first black Senator in Georgia history in January of this year. Senator Warnock may be a powerhouse at fundraising as he’s proved as of late, but as close as the race was between Loeffler and Warnock earlier this year,…

  • Manchurian Candidate

    Will There Be A “Manchurian Candidate” In 2024 If Joe Biden Is No Longer In Office?

    I recently finished rewatching “The Manchurian Candidate” for the first time in many years, not the original one, but the remake directed by Jonathan Demme, and starring Denzel Washington, which I believe to be a pretty good movie. The film certainly does, as it should, make people think that the likelihood of a “Manchurian Candidate” existing and functioning in today’s world is an extreme possiblity. Don’t believe me? Just think about it, it’s been over 60 years since the book was written! Even the biggest skeptic would concede there’s governments around the world more than likely using technology like this in action right now. The quickest example I can point…

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