#FireColbert Justified?

Christina St-Jean
in Entertainment

#FireColbert is now making the rounds on Twitter, thanks in no small part to Stephen Colbert's outrage-fuelled outburst during his Late Show monologue Tuesday, May 2. In it, Colbert kicked off by bringing up President Donald Trump's interview with John Dickerson of Face The Nation, which the president quickly aborted when Dickerson effectively tripped Trump up with his claims that the president doesn't "stand by anything." During the interview, Trump referred to Face The Nation as Deface The Nat...

The World Continues to Drift Towards War

Patrick Hostis
in Culture

Signs are beginning to point to the possibility that North Korea has lost its only friend. According to ZeroHedge.com, China has issued its final warning to North Korea: “Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs junior minister invited Park Myung-ho, an official of North Korea, for a meeting. China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi attended the meeting and asked his junior to read aloud the warning to the North over the nuclear test. "The memorandum mentioned that China will condemn strongly, pull back on a...

We Have Just Crossed Over Into The Twilight Zone

Dr. Williams
in Culture

When Rod Sterling began each episode with "You unlock this door with a key of imagination. Beyond it is another dimension. A dimension of sound. A dimension of sight. A dimension of mind. You are movi...

First Amendment vs Pro-Ana and Pro-Mia Websites

RJ Plant
in Culture

I am concerned. Well, I’ll back up a moment and talk you through that. There are a couple of issues that ebb and flow as “hot topics” and neither has anything to do with the other. The First Amendment...

The Divided States of America

Terry Osterhout
in Culture

Everything wrong with the world right now stems from people not minding their own business and focusing on their own lives, and trying to control others. I am very comfortable stating that I think Don...

Bullies in the Government

Hyapatia Lee
in Culture

The East Bully wants to control our spirit. They may be leaders of cults that dominate people and require no communication with non-members, or they may be dictators who force us to abandon our Sacred...

The Magnificent Seven or Magnificent Minorities?

Kevin Bailey
in Culture

Growing up in the seventies and eighties, I remember movies always typically had a majority white cast of characters with maybe one or two minorities and typically the hero of the film. It was typical...

A Dystopian World

Dr. Williams
in Culture

There are those who believe judgement day is close at hand. An Apocalyptic event so catastrophic that will thrust mankind either back into the Dark Ages or into the caves of the Neanderthal. With the ...

The Confederate Flag: Hated or Misunderstood

Kevin Bailey
in Culture

The confederate flag today is often viewed as a symbol of racism and hate associated with slavery and hate groups such as the Ku Klux Klan and white power skinheads. But what a person chooses to belie...

A Nation Beguiled

Dr. Williams
in Culture

For years now the United States has been running on empty. Empty promises of better times ahead. Instead our future is bleak. Our financial system is nothing more than a house of cards. Public educati...

Lowest. Ratings. Ever. For Donald Trump, Who Thought Being President Would Have Been "Easier"

Christina St-Jean
in Entertainment

What perhaps has been most striking about the first 100 days of President Donald Trump's White House is that he actually thought the job would be easier than he thought. Yes, the 45th president has done a good many things that have led the public at large to scratch their head and wonder what, exactly, President Trump is thinking - certainly, his apparent hypersensitivity on Twitter is cause for concern - but his ongoing hostility to a host of individuals and groups speaks volumes already regard...