Alex Burns Mocks Mitt Romney; Exposes Himself as Idiot

The New York Time’s Alex Burns reveals that he is an idiot in the way he treats Mitt Romney. “People can foresee the future only when it coincides with their own wishes, and the most grossly obvious facts can be ignored when they are unwelcome.” – George Orwell As President Obama and a coalition of world powers has been tinkering with an Iranian nuclear arrangement, 47 Republican senators (lead by Iraq war vet and Harvard Law graduate Tom Cotton) have attempted to thwart such an agreement. In Read more […]

The Movie North Korea Tried to Stop is Now Available!

For anyone interested in seeing the much ballyhooed but widely panned movie, the Interview, feel free to do so. Sony has released the movie in full on the popular video streaming site YouTube. Here’s the film in full – but remember it is Rated-R – so please view accordingly.   In the action-comedy The Interview, Dave Skylark (James Franco) and his producer Aaron Rapoport (Seth Rogen) run the popular celebrity tabloid TV show ‘Skylark Tonight.’ When they discover that North Korean Read more […]

The Interview, The Hack, The Commies, and The “Cave”

It’s kind of a strange day when a comedy vehicle piloted by the stars of stoner movie Pineapple Express is at the center of an international cyber-terror debacle highlighting the strange intersection of government coercion, freedom and national security, the refreezing Cold War, and the politicized entertainment industry. What a weird world we live in. So, here’s what has happened so far. Sony Pictures produced a movie called The Interview. The protagonists in the movie are courted by the Read more […]

North Korea Preloads Gone With the Wind E-Book onto Official Tablet

Yes! North Korea never ceases to amaze me. Apparently, in lieu of iPads, North Korea offers an official internet-free tablet, the Samjiyon, which comes pre-loaded with state-approved games and books. One of the books preloaded onto the tablet is… drumroll please… Gone With the Wind. Classic! And by the way, Gone With the Wind the movie is illegal in North Korea, though it is used by government officials to teach English to diplomats. (Why do they need diplomats?) This explains the curious Read more […]

Update on Cuba North Korea Missile Exchange

A few days ago, I posted an article on the possibility that North Korea and its Communist ally Cuba were planning some kind of threat to the US similar to the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962. A North Korean ship had been siezed by Panama officials under suspicion of drug trafficking. It turns out the ship was carting crates of what looked like missile parts. The crew’s behavior also reinforced the idea that something major was going on: the captain purportedly tried to commit suicide, the crew Read more […]

Another Cuban Missile Crisis?

A North Korean cargo ship passing through the Panama Canal was detained when it was suspected of drug trafficking, according to an article in France 24. Turns out there were no drugs on the ship. But there were various missile parts. Officials in Panama were tipped off that something might be amiss when, as soon as the ship was stopped, the captain of the ship attempted suicide and the crew rioted. Officials searched the ship, and after unloading the shipment of sugar, they found what they believe Read more […]

North Korea: Nuke Strike on U.S. “Today or Tomorrow”

Google’s hosted news is reporting that North Korea has approved a nuclear strike on the U.S. Of course, this is the same government that officially promotes a North Korean-ized version of Christianity in which the present dictator, Kim Jong-Un is worshiped as the Christ in place of Jesus of Nazareth in all of the officially sanctioned churches, so one must question the grip on reality way over yonder.  (His dead daddy is the Father, by the way, if you’re wondering how that works.) Still, shiver Read more […]