REVIEW: Blue Man Group’s “Three”
This week, the Blue Man Group, the eccentric group of men with blue facepaint and dull gray clothing, have released a studio album of their latest work. The music renews the classic sounds of the group, which centers around heavy percussion and the use of PVC pipes in various ways. The album dropped on Thursday, featuring 14 new tracks. Two of the tracks, including “Hex | Read More »
Does 13 Hours live up to expectations?
“All the gods, all the heavens, all the hells; are within you.”
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REVIEW: David Bowie’s “Blackstar”
Today is David Bowie’s birthday, and to celebrate, the 69 year old rock star has released a new album, called Blackstar. The title track is just shy of 10 minutes long and is the most David Bowie song and video of all time. However, the seven-song album is filled with tracks that all sound totally different, but each is very much the classic Bowie that drew confused | Read More »
Andrew Breitbart is going to save the world
Righteous Indignation is, in my opinion, a must-read for today’s conservative activists. It’s about one-third storytelling about Breitbart’s experiences growing up and making a gradual transition from liberal to conservative, one-third history lesson about the roots of the Left’s takeover of American academia, media, and culture, and one-third ninja lessons in how to be a modern conservative warrior.
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OBAMA’S EXTREMIST ROOTS – GAMALIEL
THIS INFORMATION IS CRITICAL AND NEEDS TO BE BROUGHT TO THE FRONTLINE!WE NEED TO EDUCATE VOTERS! please read!! National Review > Sept 1, 2008 > *Senator stealth: how to advance radical causes when no one’s looking* Author: Stanley Kurtz AFTER hearing about Barack Obama’s ties to the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Bill Ayers, Bernardine Dohrn, Fr. Michael Pfleger, and the militant activists of ACORN (the Association | Read More »
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