Comments by Will1960
Posted on August 27 at 8:42 p.m. (Suggest removal)
The media is going the extra mile to do all it can to ensure a Hillary presidency. Trump though has helped Hillary so she's able to make this election about a referendum on him and not Her. His off-base attacks on Hillary such as calling her a bigot don't resonate with the voters because for decades she's been known to be a liar, not a bigot. These gaffs by Trump continue to foster headlines that avoid mentioning her E-mail and Foundation controversies. Trump isn't deft enough to take advantage of running against such an unlikable candidate or navigate his campaign around the media's bias against him.
Posted on August 27 at 5:12 p.m. (Suggest removal)
I saw "Don't Breath" based on this review. I agree with the critic that the horror was based on real life challenges and people in desperate situations. Movies' that rely on the supernatural and fantasy aren't scary in the least and overwhelm movie goers with ubiquitous special effects. The director's use of infrared cameras created some chilling scenes of the blind vet terrorizing his burglars in a pitch-black basement. However, the movie would have greatly been improved if the director cut out the dark secret in the vet's home and left it a secret.
Posted on August 21 at 7:51 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Twice I have attempted to adopt a dog from at the local humane society. Both times I told was told by the staff that they thought the dog would need a fenced-in yard and thus was denied adopting the dog. Most people don't have a fenced-in in yards. Making this requirement denies the dog a chance of a life living outside of a cage. This standard of idealism negates what could be a substantial improvement for the live of the dog as well as its potential owner.
Posted on August 14 at 10:49 p.m. (Suggest removal)
While I get the point about the film's hypocrisy made by this critic, she obsessed over it and failed to acknowledge or reveal much regarding the extraordinary performance by Meryl Streep. That fact should have been at the forefront of this review.
Posted on August 5 at 7:25 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Ms. Waheed's story is proof that the American Dream is still available to those who persevere with a strong work ethic. She's also deserves credit for her ambition, drive, business savvy and her ability to multi-task, managing her restaurant while marketing her kitchen sauces and cooking classes. Not everyone could pull off such a challenging feat so successfully.
Posted on August 1 at 4:18 p.m. (Suggest removal)
I don't know why Trump hasn't made investing in vocational training a bigger part of his economic plan. Cracker is absolutely right that there's a huge demand for skilled labor jobs that can't be filled because more and more potential employees who enter the market lack the necessary skills. Expanding and funding Vocational Training should be at the forefront of Trump's message as the counter-narrative to the left's free-college-for-all panacea which neither Bernie or Hillary have explained how we would pay for it.
Posted on July 29 at 10:45 p.m. (Suggest removal)
So if parents have children in failing public schools, they shouldn't have a choice that affords their children a better education? Without choice, their kids are stuck in a crappy, failed system.
Without Choice schools, Public schools have no incentive to improve their operation. Also, the Public School system is beholden to the Teachers' Union who puts their interests ahead of its students. Competition for public schools is a positive effect that will inspire the public system to upgrade their performance.
When a lottery is held for students to enter choice schools, hundreds of parents apply for the select few openings. There is a tremendous demand for choice schools due to the declining performance of public schools.
Posted on July 19 at 7:04 a.m. (Suggest removal)
“He’s wished me to express to the court that he apologizes for any actions, decisions that he made that may have led to the deaths of three people and he’s very apologetic.”
Why can't this convict express his remorse directly himself? The families of the victim don't want to hear that he's sorry second-hand from his attorney. They yearn to have him look them in the eye and say it. I hope when Duffy's parole board hearing comes up, the record will state that he was too much a coward to address his victims, like a man.
Posted on July 17 at 8:42 p.m. (Suggest removal)
At time when this travel ban was announced, I thought it only applied to agencies that worked directly for New York State. King Cuomo's reach of power is far too broad in a free society. Prior to the transgender legislation signed by the North Carolina Governor, this bathroom issue was non-existent. Cuomo saw an opportunity to amp up the culture war by instituting this ban and to further divide the country.
Posted on July 9 at 10:56 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Excellent point Chuck! One would think the NRA would stand up for someone who was a law abiding citizen and followed every rule for arming themselves, including notifying the officer who pulled him over that he was licensed to carry his weapon. This case is a no-brainer. So its quite baffling as to why the NRA hasn't come out strongly in supporting this victim.