September 2017 Amy Shumer’s best show with lots of funny jokes. Guaranteed laughs! And this little bonus from a year later, in 2013: Amy Schumer Women Who Kill 2013 | Amy Schumer Stand Up Comedian Special
March 2017 Question: “I was wondering if you have any advice for the millennials who have been screwed by excessive student loan debt and a tough job market. I accept full responsibility for the fact that I went to college at 18 (on a full academic scholarship) and chose basket-weaving majors that I found interesting, history and film, which amounted to nothing for me.” “I tried teaching, and had to go through another crushing debt cycle to do that, only to find out that I would rather dig ditches than be a high school teacher. For those of us feeling left out of the economy of good jobs, do you have any advice on how to get out of
June 2015 http://articles.mercola.com/sites/art… Natural health expert and Mercola.com founder Dr. Joseph Mercola interviews Suzanne Somers about toxic overload. To quote Suzanne Somers: “We’re all on a big, chemical drunk, and the hangover is a killer.” In addition to a successful career as an actress and singer, Suzanne has also become a household name in the natural health field, authoring a number of books. Her latest, TOX-SICK: From Toxic to Not Sick, is her 25th book to date, in which she delves into the toxic roots of disease. Before this, she did a great deal to bring bioidentical hormone replacement to the forefront as a means for women to reclaim their health and quality of life. “I started writing about
March 2017 Hundreds of illegals are crossing our border with the US, even though there is no persecution to flee or danger there. As Canadian towns like Emerson, Manitoba beg Ottawa for more resources, the CBC is engaged in a campaign to run cover for the Trudeau administration, which seems totally out of touch. But now, weeks after RCMP top brass received fat cheques from the Feds, Canada’s top cops seem to be putting Liberal politics above public safety. WATCH as I explain why the RCMP’s decision to stop weekly reports on fake refugees coming to Canada is putting our citizens at risk.
March 2017 This Honest Trailer scores a Haole for effort – Disney’s Moana! You’re Welcome! Apologies to Lin Manuel Miranda and The Rock. Voiceover Narration by Jon Bailey: http://youtube.com/jon3pnt0 Title design by Robert Holtby Series Created by Andy Signore – http://twitter.com/andysignore & Brett Weiner Written by Spencer Gilbert, Joe Starr, Dan Murrell & Andy Signore Edited by Kevin Williamsen and TJ Nordaker Music by Matt Citron Tokelauan Song by: Gaylon Hindley – Producer Fredwyn Kisona – Singer Isitolo Alesana – Singer Les Atoni – Translator Martha Samasoni – Translator
December 2016 Ward Cleaver, the iconic father of the 1950s TV Show, “Leave It to Beaver,” is… a stud. I’m quite serious. And, no, this isn’t about nostalgia for America in the 1950s. This is about a man of his time, yet timeless. But to appreciate him, we first have to get past the noise. A loud corner of American culture has been rebelling against the image of the 1950s since, oh…the 1950s. Most of that scorn has been directed at the Ozzie-and-Harriet image of American suburban bliss, specifically “dad.” Well, enough already. Can we at least entertain the idea that in the rejection of that stereotypical 1950s suburban dad image, we threw some metaphorical babies out with the
January 2016 Why are men so attracted by a woman’s legs, but not vice-versa? In five minutes, Dennis Prager explains why the answers to these questions reveal so much about male and female nature. Pictures influence men more than women. Men are programmed by nature, not by society, to respond to the visuals (of women). Of course, women can have intense reactions at seeing a man but it’s nothing in comparison to men, looking at women. This is an important trait that’s seldom seriously discussed.
September 2014 Women in America are the freest in the world, yet many feminists tell us women are oppressed. They advocate this falsehood through victim mentality propaganda and misleading statistics, such as the gender wage gap myth. In five minutes, American Enterprise Institute’s Christina Hoff Sommers tells you the truth about feminism. In a nutshell, women have it very good, in America today and in the Western world, in general.
June 2016 Culture matters. It ‘s the primary source of social progress or regression. Nowhere do we see this more clearly than in the status of women. The Judeo-Christian culture —and perhaps a more apt word is civilization—has produced over time the law codes, language and material prosperity that have greatly elevated women’s status. But this progress is not shared everywhere. There are still hundreds of millions of people that live in a culture—the Islamic, for instance—that takes female inferiority for granted. Until recently, these cultures—the Western and the Islamic—were, for the most part, separated. But that is changing. Dramatically so. Large numbers of immigrant men from the Middle East, South Asia and various parts of Africa have brought
When men fail, all of us suffer. So, how do we fix it? Right now, men are failing physically, mentally and emotionally so what are we doing about it? Men in America’: It’s odd how rarely you hear the problems with American men publicly acknowledged. Our leaders pledge to create more opportunities for women and girls, whom they imply are failing. Men are fine. But are they? The numbers say otherwise. On this same, very important, subject: As well as the decline of American men as fathers, in the homes… and it’s dramatic: In demographic terms, it’s stunning… in a very wrong way. Having a father at home is now seen as a factor of affluence. But it’s also a
He grew up in Kent, Ohio where there’s pro football hall of fame… that’s about it… meet Marilyn Manson (real name: Brian Warner), before he was to become a rock star. When he was young, his mother says he got a lot of attention from his family and according to her, he was a sweet child. This is the artists’ story from those who grew up with him. More of Manson when interviewed… And then, this one… I had no idea Manson was on so many interview shows! But perhaps the best interview is this one where he talks about art, popular culture, journalism and so much more…