It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for with this new administration. We finally saw a solo press conference with President Joe Biden over 60 days since the beginning of his term. There was a different mood compared to his predecessor’s, but some of the same themes apply: lack of confidence from the American people… Continue reading President Biden’s First Press Conference: Preparation without Any Preparation
Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie posted a video on his Twitter page Wednesday evening, which was a 30 second public service announcement to urge all Americans to wear a mask (it is also posted on YouTube; the link is below). He talked about his experience having COVID-19, saying that it was “frightening to be… Continue reading Is It Too Little, Too Late for Former Governor to Urge Citizens to Wear Masks?
Tom Cruise has been known as one of the best actors of our time. His work on the Mission Impossible movies shows how dedicated he is to his roles, specifically by doing his own stunts, even now at nearly 60 years old. It’s no secret that he can act questionably at times as well (remember… Continue reading Mission Impossible for Tom Cruise: Keeping His Cool To Communicate a Good Point
The parent company of Regal Cinema in the United States and Cineworld and Picturehouse in the United Kingdom announced on Monday that they would closing their theatres temporarily. This comes as movie releases have been pushed into next year because of the pandemic, which includes the new James Bond film that will now be released… Continue reading Is Regal’s Temporary Closing a Beginning of the End for Movie Theaters As We Know It?
President Trump was discharged from Walter Reed Medical Center last night and upon his return, he stood on the balcony and took his mask off in an act of boldness towards the virus’ effects on him. While he was looking out onto the White House lawn, he looked as if he was having a hard… Continue reading Outrageous Optics and A Slap in the Face to US All
The news cycle over the last couple of days has been peak 2020 and we still have about 2 ½ months left. Of course, the news story dominating the headlines within the last couple of days has been the COVID-19 diagnosis of President Trump. I heard about this news upon waking up on Friday morning… Continue reading 2020 is Hindsight