In our increasingly growing, and yet strained media landscape, information is somehow becoming increasingly hard to come by in mainstream forms. With TV for instance, I can get news and commentary on political events, but it comes in 6-minute blocks of blathering mostly done by idiots. I’m not going to be that guy that says
With the Holidays upon us, and Primary Season around the corner, it’s time to check-up, Survivor style, on how the Republican candidates are faring the media ringer. So will Herman Cain be voted off, or will he come back like a bat out of hell, here to spread the message of Pizza and electric fences?
“Ambition Seduces. Power Corrupts.” – Tagline for The Ides of March Although a movie, The Ides of March is not about heroes and villains. Although a movie about politics, it doesn’t push a political agenda, although some may argue that it’s implied. Although it concerns itself with scandal, it’s as much about ideals, and values,
After the Debate on Thursday, I said this: [Iowa is] historically bad at being an indication of the eventual Republican nominee due to their emphasis on Homeland values. Still, everybody puts way too much emphasis on its importance. Well, didn’t that come true? Iowa, perpetually starved for people to care about them, decided many years
Summer is a hard time for news. With all the summer vacations and holidays, news has a hard time mustering up the energy to happen, or at least reporters and anchors have a hard time mustering up the energy to report it. And who can blame them? Your audience is outside so they’re not watching