Donald Trump, Eric Greitens and others won their elections based on a “political outsider” campaign. Ty Fisher explains how perhaps “career politicians” are the most qualified people for the job after all.
Television’s reaction to Trump’s rise to power has been all over the map. From scripted dramas to late night, the rise of the Celebrity President is ever-present. Something interesting has been happening in the political drama landscape: Whether or not to cover Trump.
“Arrival,” an alien movie, has been nominated for Best Picture for the 2017 Academy Awards. Ty Fisher explains why the film is worth watching despite all the cliches within the movie and predicts which Oscar awards the film will walk away with.
Facebook is a breeding ground for stupidity, ignorance and subtle (sometimes overt) racism and prejudice. Since shaming is a good way to get people to change, let’s call them out on their BS. Facebook Fallacies is a weekly column that debunks all of the stupid shit floating around Satan’s asshole, aka Facebook.
Do you like musicals and jazz? Good news: “La La Land” is the perfect movie for you! For the remaining 99 percent of breathing people who are only old enough to live through one Hitler threatening the world rather than two, you can sit this one out.
In episode 320 of Soundtrack of the Week, the guys gave suggestions for movies and TV that take place in a post-nuclear earth.
While many Americans are boycotting Uber over its reaction to Trump’s Executive Order, editor-in-chief Ty Fisher asks why now?