Movie “remakes” are nothing new as “individual thought, free thinking and individualism” have been replaced by “collectivism, group-think and double-think.”
Coming soon to a “theater” … 652 more words
Gob-smacking TV moments typically happen late into Election Night coverage. But Fox News Channel veterans Chris Wallace and Shep Smith got into a spirited chapstick debate around 2 PM PT, before voting had closed in any of the ET states – hopefully a harbinger of many memorable live TV moments ahead for a long night of election result navel-lint gazing. 73 more words
“I don’t think it was the right call,” Fox News Channel host and Debate 3 moderator Chris Wallace told The Ladies of The View, of FBI Director James Comey’s presidential election-altering October Surprise announcement about emails on Anthony Weiner’s computer. 241 more words
To paraphrase 3rd Presidential Debate moderator Chris Wallace’s question…
Would you, Donald Trump, accept the voters’ wishes were Hillary Clinton victorious?
To summarize Trump’s circumlocution… 80 more words
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As with any Presidential Debate, the first question on the mind of many afterwards is: who won the debate? Each campaign rushes to the spin-room where surrogates hurry to talk to frenzied journalists and insist that their candidate came out on top. 640 more words
SNL nailed it again.
This weekend the show tackled the third and final debate of the presidential election. Once again, Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon are back as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. 58 more words