Ole Miss’ NCAA problems are great news for rivals. Willie Gay is one of the top linebackers in the 2017 recruiting class. On National Signing Day, the four-star had three frontrunners: LSU, Mississippi State, and Ole Miss. The Starkville,...Show More Summary
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE Rebranding Courtesy of Ellen, here’s the new post-January 20th promo video for Trump’s private resort in Florida: x x YouTube Video And just added to the activities program: every Saturday morning you can join Trump on a phone call to yell obscenities at a random world leader before hanging up. Show More Summary
The Pueblo people or Ancestral Puebloans lived in what is now the Four Corners region of the United States where Utah, Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado meet. They were known for living in huge structures known as great houses which contained rooms for the entire village. The...
Clippers guard Chris Paul, who has been recovering from left thumb surgery, said, “Don’t know,” when asked whether he was playing Thursday night at Golden State. But Clippers Coach Doc Rivers said Paul “could play tomorrow” against the Warriors. Paul had surgery on the thumb on Jan. 18 to repair...
Good news if the state of our current planet is starting to wear you down!
When the United States was on the bottom rung of The Great Depression, looking for a foothold, desperately clinging onto any shred of hope, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt created The New Deal. Hand over hand, rung by rung, we sprung forward with innovative programs like The Tennessee Valley Authority, which still… Read more...
Purdue escaped State College on Tuesday night largely unscathed, claiming a 73-70 overtime win against Penn State; star forward Caleb Swanigan wasn’t so lucky. Read more...
Who said great art can't be a sing-songy rhyme? The award-winning director of Boyhood and a bunch of other movies that make you cry recently produced an ad to help fight his home state's proposed anti-transgender bathroom initiative,...Show More Summary
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE … "Always the Tallest Guy in the Room" Don’t forget to say "Happieth Birthdayeth" to George Washington today---284 years old and still alive! (Disclaimer: actual aliveness limited to the hearts of his countrymen. Show More Summary
Co-authored by Rhode Island State Senator Gayle Goldin It’s great to see people from all political camps talking about paid leave. Caring for babies, recovering from surgeries, and helping ailing partners or parents affects nearly everyone. Show More Summary
Above: Idiotic bullshit I have stated several times that the DNC race is an overheated attempt to relitigate the primary at great damage to the party. It barely matters who the head of the DNC is. The idea that Debbie Wasserman-Schultz was the greatest enemy to democracy since Benito Mussolini was so ridiculously out of […]
Bring the classic arcade action you remember to your phone with these great fighting games! Fighting games have kind of fallen to the wayside on the latest consoles, and the less said about the state of arcades the better. But for aShow More Summary
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE … Energize An Ally Tuesday With GOP Rep. Tom Price's confirmation as Destroyer of Health and Human Services, Georgia's 6 th District needs a new congressman. It's a promising opportunity to replace that "R" with a "D" in the House, and Daily Kos is endorsing a strong contender: Democrat Jon Ossoff. Show More Summary
Economists call it the Great Moderation: the long stretch of low inflation and steady growth in the United States and seven other developed nations from the mid-1980s until the recession hit in 2007.
Today we celebrate the birthdays of two great Americans. I realize for many celebrating on a day called President’s Day is now just a day to be off work. The current President of the United States is all the reason some need to never celebrate on President’s day again. How can some support the racist […]
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE … Happy Presidents' Day Woo hoo! I've got my Millard Fillmore tree set up, Andy Williams' classic It's the Most Executive Branchful Time of the Year is playing on the Victrola, and all my coupons are clipped...Show More Summary
Movies are often at their best when they augment or twist reality to visualize that which has no form: concepts, emotions, mental states, illnesses, dreams, nightmares. CineFix presents its picks for the best subjective scenes.
We don’t know yet if VR arcades in the United States are going to find success, but it is looking like IMAX VR is going to give it a great try. We went inside the big-screen company’s flagship VR center in Los Angeles this week, and got a good look at their plans for arcade […]
Love is universal in any language. The film follows young and beautiful Clara Barron (Karla Souza), who seems to have it all. She has a great job, a beautiful house in Los Angeles and a Mexican family that loves to have fun. The only thing Barron hasn’t figured out is her love life. Show More Summary
That’s Oklahoma for you… it’s one of the reasons this is such a great state. A dozen immigrants at a local restaurant decided to take off for “A Day Without