Perhaps one of the most well-known names in Hollywood is Morgan Freeman. Considered to be one of the most influential voices in Hollywood, the 80-year old actor has been a part of several classics dating back nearly fifty years. “Shawshank Redemption”, “Million Dollar Baby”, and “March of the Penguins” are only some of the works
This past week, the National Football League (NFL) announced that all team members and league personnel on the field “shall stand and show respect for the flag” at the beginning of every game as the national Anthem plays. The new policy threatens to fine teams composed of players who decide to “disrespect” the flag by
During the holiday season of 1999, right smack dab in the middle of the dot com bubble, a well-known retail store nearly crashed and burned, learning a very important turn-of-the-century lesson in business. Just in time for the holidays, popular retailer Toys ‘R Us opened their primitive website, which just could not stand against the
Trump makes rather embarrassing international headlines yet again with his racist remarks against immigrants who come from “shithole” nations in Africa and the Caribbean. America was based on the idea of diversity, a country that birthed itself from a revolutionary concept that swept the late 18th century and led to the “democratic” so-called American values
Each and every New Year’s Eve, people from all across the world celebrate the upcoming New Year by congregating in urbanized areas like New York’s Time Square. Close to one million people packed themselves into the Times Square celebration to welcome the arrival of 2018. Such a dense population of people would already leave behind a
I haven’t discussed much on the Catalan referendum and the quest for independence in Spain’s wealthiest region; but I do believe it’s an important discussion to have. If you haven’t been paying much attention to world news, I do suggest reading on and finding other news articles on the subject afterwards. It’s an intriguing and
Some interesting news from a South Korean intelligence service has made some international headlines this past week. It seems that Kim Jong-un, who assumed the office of “Supreme Leader of the DPRK” on December 30th, 2011 after the death of his father Kim Jong-il, has a severe anxiety problem. The last time I talked about Kim Jong-un on this site, it was about his “endorsement” of Donald Trump. But, just like how Donald Trump’s campaign is appearing more desperate, it’s been announced that the North Korean dictator is having some problems, too.
We live in a society that has beat the dead horse in a sense when it comes to the word “terrorism”. Ever since 9/11, our American senses have been short-shocked to imagine religion in the form of Islam to be the only form of “terrorism”. This is a horrendous misconception, with Americans going as far as completely ignoring domestic terrorism right before their very eyes because “the suspect doesn’t look like what we’ve been told a terrorist is.”
At least forty dead tiger cubs have been found stuffed in a freezer at the infamous, controversial Tiger Temple in Thailand. Accused of wildlife trafficking and severe animal abuse, the Buddhist temple was raided by police officers who removed all the living tigers from the exhibit. Pictures quickly made their way to social media, where the world’s heart sank at the sight of the forty cubs lined up on the floor.
We’re living in journalistic history, people. A massive, anonymous leak of financial documents from a Panamanian law firm has revealed an extensive and global network of offshore and rather illegal “shell” companies. In an era of history in which progressivism is on the rise and revolution dawns the mindsets of many different countries, we’ve just uncovered a massive scheme which allows the wealthy to hide all assets from taxes and to create laundering monopolies of billions in cash.