It’s been an ongoing problem for the BBC; what should fill the “Doctor Who” spot on Saturday nights when Doctor Who isn’t on? The Guardian reflects that the BBC has tried to fill the slot with Merlin, Robin Hood, and the recently canceled...Show More Summary
The Atlantic, Robin Hood in Reverse: State and Local Taxes in the United States Take the Most From Those Who Have the Least, Undermining Efforts to Redress Inequality Blog of the Legal Times, Jack Abramoff Can’t Stop Feds From Seizing Tax Refunds, Judge Rules Bloomberg, Bush Tax Cuts Persist 14...
The pre-Batman drama's next batch of episodes will introduce the iconic villains alongside John Grayson, the father of Robin.
Brace yourselves – I’ve got some spoilers for the midseason return of ABC’s popular fairy tale based drama, Once Upon A Time. The first part of season four of Once Upon A Time ended in December with a whole lot of drama. First, we got...Show More Summary
Here's what I said about Kevin Costner when I reviewed his low-key actioner 3 Days to Kill just over a year ago: Getting older has been good for Kevin Costner. As the one-time Robin Hood's face has grown more creased and weathered with...Show More Summary
State and local taxes in the United States take the most from those who have the least, undermining efforts to redress inequality.
Just like Kevin Costner in Robin Hood. Only for real
Take from the 'redefined rich' and give to the who again? Source: Sunday Funnies While they sum up the reality perfectly, Martin Armstrong delves a little deeper into the slick lies... What everyone heard at Obama’s State of the Union was how he wanted to tax the rich and prevent them from leaving their children the spoils of their life. Show More Summary
He's like Robin Hood without the charisma.
Turns out, if Robin Hood really held his bows in a quiver behind his back, he was an idiot. In a world full of people who use guns, Lars Anderson is the only guy to take the time to study ancient texts and learn how war archers really used the bow and arrow. Show More Summary
Things are happening in Bryan Singer‘s X-Men: Apocalypse production. We recently found out that Patrick Stewart and Ian Mckellen won’t be back, and now word around the Internet is that Oscar Isaac (Robin Hood, The Bourne Legacy), who’ll be playing En Sabah Nur, or Apocalypse as X-Men comics fan know him, is gearing up for […]
So what's wrong with comparing Barack Obama to Robin Hood? Well, aside from implying that taxation is a form of "stealing"--and aside from the fact that it's a popular theme in racist caricatures of Obama--it gives the president too much credit.
With his modest tax proposals Obama is neither Piketty nor Robin Hood -- but here's why his SOTU riled up the right
The play will extend its run in Toronto; advance sales for a Broadway run have been sluggish.
This Broadway-bound Mirvish show is just begging to be a musical. The Heart of Robin Hood Royal Alexandra Theatre (260 King Street West) Runs to March 1 $35–$130 When is a musical not a musical? When it’s The Heart of Robin Hood. This...Show More Summary
President Obama's pre-SOTU announcement proposing Wall Street tax increases and middle class tax cuts has the chattering tea party abuzz with the usual tropes. Robin Hood, they sneer. Redistribution! See, we told you all along he was...Show More Summary
Fox News host Bill O’Reilly said on Monday that President Barack Obama’s upcoming tax increase proposal is just part of a longer game on the part of the Democratic Party. “Mr. Obama well knows Republicans will not accept a tax hike, believing it would be bad for the...
Corporation Tax dominated the headlines in 2014, writing for Slugger the PUP Cllr for Oldpark, Julie Ann Corr-Johnston argues for a rethink of the entire debate Corporation tax will probably go over the heads of many in our community, but it has the potential of bringing 50-60,000 jobs into Northern Ireland over the coming years-Peter more...
Volume is an upcoming retelling of the Robin Hood legend from Thomas Was Alone creator Mike Bithell, featuring the vocal talents of both ex-Destructoid editor Jim Sterling and Andy Serkis, the talent behind Gollum in The Lord of theShow More Summary
I was so looking forward to Galavant. It kinda sucked. Damn. I mean, look at the initial promo: It looks like it’d be funny, right? We’ve got singing and dancing, an evil king, a not-so-chivalrous knight, thwarted love, a princess who’s willing to call out Galavant’s shit, and an array of fun guest stars. Show More Summary