Discovery/Warner has been advertising their new Flash standalone film starring Ezra Miller a lot lately. And it makes sense, as they’ve spent $220,000,000. What many people don’t know is that doesn’t include advertising costs. I do find it funny that the ads seem to focus a lot more on Micheal
We did it, America. We finally did it. Guns are the leading cause of death for children! It used to be our own terrible driving, but now our future leaders will have as much street cred as 50 Cent! Great Job America! Hell teens don’t even have to go to
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National Rifle Association board member and former president David Keene recently gave a speech to the 3,044-member 2021 graduating class of James Madison Academy in Las Vegas, and of course, spent much of the speech talking about gun rights. Except there is no James Madison Academy in Las Vegas. The
A decade ago, CNBC’s Rick Santelli launched the Tea Party movement with a cry of “Can you hear me now, Mr. President?” from the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. That was the era of tri-corner hats, contrived 18th-century verbiage, occasional Obama-hanging-in-effigy displays, and deep concerns about the national debt
We’re focusing a series of articles on the dangers of fake news. Today provides us with a hauntingly appropriate example of how misinformation puts lives at risk and works against protection efforts. Today, we’re talking about the detrimental impact fake news has on the topic of guns and gun control.
Below are some highlights, lowlights and oddities from this week in local news. A recipe for destruction What do you get when you mix a bottle of Hennessy, meth and loaded guns? Nothing good, ever. But two people found out Sunday that such a cocktail can definitely get you arrested.
Last week I went to the annual Glide Holiday Bash. It’s hands down one of my favorite events all year because it’s an auditorium full of people who really, truly give a shit about San Francisco and the rest of the world. While there I met Rudy Corpuz Jr. from
Just what exactly are the backbones of our Land of the Free? Artist Matthew Henri believes they are none other than whiskey, women and guns. The pieces displayed in his show Made In America offer an artistic survey of the underbelly of an entire nation “besieged by vices and besotted