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Posted On October 4, 2018By Ascher RobbinsIn Featured, Politics, Rants, The Scene

When Winning is Everything, Everything is Lost

When Brett Kavanaugh is (almost certainly) granted his spot on the bench of the highest court in the land this Saturday, it will represent yet another un-probed depth of the American political system – one level below the last false bottom that we assured ourselves was the floor. Whether you believe the words of Judge Kavanaugh, Dr. Blasey-Ford, both, or neither, we can all agree that the events of the last week have been an ugly reminder about the political climate in which we live in 2018. Even leaving asideRead More
After months of hype, rumors, mudslinging, and conjecture… we are only at the starting line. But at least we finally know who our two major party candidates will be. So what’s next? A lot more chatter and hype. But eventually we WILL arrive at our first presidential debate. So in preparation for that epic September night, here is the official Trump/Clinton drinking game to get you through proceedings. Take ONE shot EVERY TIME the following occurs: – Hillary coughs or shows signs of illness – Trump mentions his wealth –Read More

Posted On April 24, 2014By Harry Edwards FloydIn Sports, Sports Takes

Trump’s Bid For Buffalo

Donald Trump is among those expressing interest in owning The Buffalo Bills. The NFL team is currently under the ownership of Mary Wilson. Her husband, Ralph Wilson Jr., passed away just under a month ago at the age of 95. The team has stated on its website that it is in the process of planning the sale of the team in a way that is compliant with the NFL, the state, and county. Although Donald Trump made his name as a real-estate developer, he’s been involved in football before. He onceRead More
With the late and great Philip Seymour Hoffman passing away, all of a sudden EVERYONE is a fan of his work.  My Facebook feed is flooded with people posting up long sonnets about how he truly was one of the greatest actors of his generation. The whole situation is very reminiscent of when that drug addict Amy Winehouse – who was simply living on borrowed time – passed away.  Or Whitney Houston, who I thought was dead a few years before her “untimely” passing away in 2012. It saddens me that weRead More