Lies, Damned Lies, and Liberal Documentaries

Well, it appears that the makers of Katie Couric’s new anti-Second Amendment documentary “Under The Gun” are in a bit of hot water for that old liberal chestnut, deceptive editing (emphasis mine):

At the 21:48 mark of Under the Gun a scene of Katie Couric interviewing members of the Virginia Citizens Defense League, a […]

The 22 Most Conservative Foreign Movies of All Time (Part 1)

Some of you may remember that a couple years ago I posted a list of conservative foreign movies, which was later consumed in the Great Threedonian Apocalypse. In the meantime, I’ve added some more entries and decided to repost this as an expanded list of 22. The first half of which is as follows, and […]

From The Trailer Park - Range 15 (Redband Trailer)

Action/comedy about a group of veterans who must fight their way across the country to find the cure for the Zombie Apocalypse. Billed as the first movie made with a cast and crew almost entirely made up of U.S. military personnel. Looks like a helluva lot of goofy fun to me.

Co-stars include Sean […]

From The Trailer Park - Hell Or High Water

Two West Texas bank robber brothers (Chris Pine, Ben Foster) are pursued by a Texas Ranger (Jeff Bridges) on the eve of retirement.

Directed by indie filmmaker David Mackenzie (Young Adam) and written by Taylor Sheridan (Sicario).

From The Trailer Park - The Magnificent Seven

Yes, it’s a remake, but it’s got a great cast and it looks like it could be a lot of fun. As Western remakes go, here’s hoping it will be more 3:10 To Yuma than The Lone Ranger.

Stars Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt, Ethan Hawke, Vincent D’Onofrio, Matt Bomer, Peter Sarsgaard.

Directed by […]

Professor Pansy

A professor at the University of North Dakota called the police after having her safe space violated by the sight of two ROTC students carrying fake, unloaded guns on the way to a training exercise.

“I look up from my office computer to see two figures in camo with guns outside my window,” Czerwiec […]

The Walking Thread: Twice As Far (S6, E14)

I mentioned in a previous review that TWD very much subscribes to American Sniper’s philosophy of humanity being divided up into sheep, wolves, and sheepdogs. In keeping with this theme, “Twice As Far” tells the story of two sheep (Denise and Eugene) who decide to venture out of the safety of Alexandria into the […]

The Walking Thread: Not Tomorrow Yet (S6:E12)

As fate continues to hurtle Team Rick into the path of the elusive Negan, “Not Tomorrow Yet” delivers an action-packed 40 minutes, peppered with some powerful character moments and a sobering reminder of just how far these characters are willing to go to survive and make their community work. It’s very well-done storytelling, that […]

“The Second Amendment is there to protect people from politicians.”

With all due respect to (and complete agreement with) what Rufus wrote the other day, this is what I wish the President had said on Tuesday:

If you haven’t seen it before, it’s a brilliant video, and well worth 7 minutes of your time.

While I can cite statistics all day long showing […]

Monday Open Thread

From a friend’s Facebook timeline. If you ever find yourself in Amarillo, Texas I recommend this coffee shop. It is very good coffee.