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Why the Movie Business Is in Big Trouble

A new report says people in the movie business are “scared stiff” — and for good reason. The report by Variety says “there is mounting anxiety among theater owners, studio executives, filmmakers, and cinephiles that the lights may be starting...

Alexander Vanderheide admits malfeasance

The Wilkes Journal-Patriot reports that Alexander “Alex” Vanderheide admitted to them that he was a phony without even a minute’s service to the country in uniform. A member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1142 in North Wilkesboro for about 12 years who was on the local and state VFW honor guards admitted that he […]

New ‘True Detective’ in the Works — But Is HBO on Board?

The future of HBO’s “True Detective,” which was a critical smash in its first season back in 2014 and gained viewers in season two even as the accolades tapered off, has been up in the air since the second cycle...

Senior Chief Clayton Pressley III sentenced

We talked about Senior Chief Clayton Pressley III a couple of times last year when he was arrested for identity theft – identities that he stole from his subordinates. He pleaded guilty in August to the charges. He was sentenced yesterday to fifty months in prison, according to a link sent to us by Mick. […]

Emmy-Winning Game Show Being Revived — The Show Was a Fixture on TV Before It Wrapped in 2012

A show that chalked up a string of awards, including three consecutive wins for Outstanding Game/Audience Participation Show at the Daytime Emmys from 2008-2010, is being rebooted. Discovery announced this week that it is bringing back “Cash Cab.” Comedian David...

James Jackson stabs Timothy Caughman to death

On March 20th, 28-year-old James Jackson, a white supremacist from Baltimore, fed up with “black men mixing with white women” went hunting in New York City for a victim. Jackson chose New York City because of it’s media presence and Jackson wanted to be famous. He found 66-year-old Timothy Caughman collecting bottles for recycling. Jackson […]

Fox News Channel Makes Cable News History

The Fox News Channel just chalked up a history-making achievement. The cable channel made the announcement today that it delivered the highest-rated quarter in cable news history during the first quarter of 2017 in 24-hour viewership. FNC also topped all...

How to escape

You’ve probably read about 25-year-old Alabama nursing student Brittany Diggs who had to escape from the trunk of her own car when she was kidnapped earlier this month. Our buddy, Mykel Hawke, sends us a link to the video he helped to make with the Today Show’s investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen to help you get […]

Big Moments in Life to Be ‘Unprecedented Television Event’

An unusual four-night programming event is in the works in which production teams will go live to locations around the country to capture families’ life-altering moments as they happen. “This Is Life Live,” announced today by TLC, will air on...

Tuesdays with Claymore

Then the whole site would be shut down You “best interests” Valar morghulis And what’s President Hillary’s? Auntie Hillary Bad childhood Which of his homes will they be talking about? Syria ya’ later And? Stepford v2.0 Gorsuch luck It’s that illegal part Redefining “stampede” …but don’t call them Satanic. Let me know how that goes, […]

Showtime Examines the ‘Biggest Scandal in College Basketball History’

A new Showtime production takes on what the network calls the “biggest scandal in college basketball history.” The pay-cable network released a new clip today for the documentary “Disgraced,” which presents secret audio recordings from 2003 that “reveal former Baylor...

Tiffany Cruz is not an Air Force vet

Someone sent us their work on this person, Tiffany Cruz (aka Tiffany Bletsch, aka Tiffany Plew). Her claims are mostly made face-to-face rather than on the internet. But, yes, there’s a tattoo; The Air Force says “Who”? Not that government records on her don’t exist. Some do exist – just not military records;

Regeneron’s New Drug Price Could Disappoint Everyone. Here’s Why That’s A Good Thing

Regeneron's billionaire chief executive Leonard Schleifer has said that the drug industry's pricing is "ridiculous." So when his own new drug, Dupixent for eczema, was approved, he took an unorthodox path to setting its $37,000-a-year list price.

HBO Unveils Episode Details for New Season of ‘Veep,’ Premiering Next Month

HBO released details today about the eagerly anticipated return of its Emmy-winning comedy series “Veep,” starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus. The show returns April 16 for its sixth season. Along with plot details for the season’s first three episodes, HBO announced that...

Tuesday morning feel good stories

In Lenoir County, North Carolina, a home alarm system warned a homeowner that someone had broke into his property while he was away. When he arrived to investigate, he found four people were robbing him. He busted caps at the four, hitting one in the arm. The police caught another thief nearby and they’re still […]

Wildcard: How Trumpcare’s Failure Could Hurt Big Pharma

The conventional wisdom is that the failure of the Republican effort to repeal-and-replace the Affordable Care Act (otherwise known as ObamaCare) is good for drug companies. But not if it pushes Republicans to want to get something, anything done.

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