Jimmy's Mini-Reviews: What I've Been Watching

I’ve seen a lot of interesting stuff lately, but I don’t have time to give these movies/shows the write-ups they deserve, so here are some bite-size reviews to enjoy.

The Conjuring – someone here recommended this one in the comments (I can’t remember who), but I’m glad they did. Despite having almost no blood […]

Winter In The Land of the Rising Sun

If you’re one of those people who enjoys the beauty of winter scenery, you probably couldn’t find a better travel destination than Shirakawa-go, a small village nestled in the mountains of Japan that happens to be one of the snowiest places on Earth. From The Smithsonian:

The picturesque mountain village of Shirakawa-go — which literally […]

The Real History Of The GOP

In the latest from Prager U, Carol Swain effieciently and brilliantly gives us the history lesson that the Democrats desperately don’t want Americans to get. I wish I could have this played at every public school in the country, so that the next generation of kids learn what their history teachers won’t tell them.

Blue State Blues - Poverty and Exodus

The Census Bureau’s Supplementary Poverty Measure, which measures the poorest states in the country (and includes the cost of housing, food etc. in its calculations) has released its new list, and guess which state is the poorest one in America? Some deep south, backwoods red state? Nope. It’s California, the bluest of the blue […]

This Week's Trailer Park Round-Up

Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day, fellow Threedonians! To help you enjoy what is hopefully a good holiday from work, school etc., here is a fresh batch of movie trailers. We’ve got Charlize Theron as a stay-at-home mom, a thriller about hostage negotiation in the Middle East, a creepy British horror story, a low-budget Biblical […]

Mystery Solved!

We're The Media, And We Know Better

Courtesy of the Washington Free Beacon, a good supercut of mainstream media “experts” predicting that the Trump tax cuts won’t benefit anyone except the rich, and then reporting the reality afterwards. Womp womp!

It’d be great if we could ask our newsmakers to understand basic economics before they report on it, wouldn’t it?

2017 - The Year Liberals Lost Comics #Comicsgate

Back when our comics were written by people with common sense.

2017 was undoubtedly a year of high-profile conservative wins (the economy came roaring back, ISIS was virtually defeated, many of Trump’s key agenda was passed successfully) and liberal defeats (the Trump “resistance” was full of impotent freakouts and flame-outs, liberal attempts to control […]

The Mark Wahlberg/Michelle Williams Pay Gap Nontroversy Is Why The Media Sucks

You may have heard of a recent controversy regarding the movie All The Money In The World. No, not the fact that one of its stars, sexual harasser Kevin Spacey, was cut out of the film and replaced with another possible sexual harasser, Christopher Plummer, in reshoots. (Man, it’s really hard to keep track […]

Tuesday Open Thread

A raccoon in the swamps of Louisiana.