Lincoln Project asks, “America or Trump?”

Conservative group The Lincoln Project, which was started by George Conway, the husband of President Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway, has released a scathing new anti-Trump ad. Never one to pull punches, the the Super PAC’s campaign has taken its messaging to the next level by calling Trump an outright “coward” for threatening to use the … Continue reading “Lincoln Project asks, “America or Trump?””

President turns Bible Trumper after tear -gassing

Donald Trump has done some amazingly puzzling things over the last three and half years, but this will rank high up there when his presidency is all said and done. While the impeached President addressed the media, claiming to support “peaceful protests,” Washington D.C. Park Police were using tear gas and flash grenades on peaceful … Continue reading “President turns Bible Trumper after tear -gassing”

Trump slammed after “looting and shooting” tweet

With Minneapolis on fire due to rioting caused by another senseless killing of an African American man… the United States passing 100,000 deaths due to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic… and record unemployment that can rival the Depression, President Donald Trump has decided to focus his attention on… social media. Twitter to be exact. Trump reacted … Continue reading “Trump slammed after “looting and shooting” tweet”

Conservative Lincoln Project releases anti-Trump ad

The Lincoln Project is an American conservative advocacy group that was formed in late 2019 by several prominent Republicans including George Conway, who is married to Kellyanne Conway, counselor to the president in the Trump White House. The goal of the committee is to prevent the re-election of Donald Trump in 2020. The political organization, which endorsed Joe Biden, has … Continue reading “Conservative Lincoln Project releases anti-Trump ad”

Some conservative media fuels Social Distance Deniers

We have now entered our fifth week of quarantine due to the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. During this time, the once “booming” economy has sunk to record lows, unemployment has risen to record highs and patience is in low supply. While we have been introduced to new terminology because of this global crisis – contact … Continue reading “Some conservative media fuels Social Distance Deniers”

Mourn the Bern: Sanders drops out of Democratic race

It’s Vice-President Joe Biden’s show now. Sen. Bernie Sanders, who once held a commanding lead in the Democratic primary, has now withdrawn from the presidential race. He has acknowledged that Biden is too far ahead and has the party’s support to take on Donald Trump. Sanders made the announcement in a call with his campaign … Continue reading “Mourn the Bern: Sanders drops out of Democratic race”

D-Nice’s #couchparty on IG Live creates social dancing

Epic and sweaty. That’s the only way to describe Bronx native DJ D-Nice (real name Derrick Jones) is doing his part to keep social distancers entertained and positive during the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. What began as a “Homeschool social distancing Party” last Wednesday March 18 (with only 200 followers), has quickly become a social media … Continue reading “D-Nice’s #couchparty on IG Live creates social dancing”

Bloomberg responds to “Bernie Bros” social attacks

In keeping with President’s Day, Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg  went after progressive, Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders’s (I-Vt.) supporters, affectionally known as “Bernie Bros” in a new digital ad as the progressive senator faces backlash for the rhetoric and behavior of some of his supporters. Bloomberg’s Monday video was in response to a video tweeted by … Continue reading “Bloomberg responds to “Bernie Bros” social attacks”

HBO announces premiere date for John McCain doc

“I think all of us think about death, but I think more about life,” — John McCain HBO has set the debut date for and confirmed the title of the previously announced documentary about Senator John Sidney McCain, III. John McCain: For Whom the Bell Tolls will debut this Memorial Day, Monday, May 28 (8:00-9:45 … Continue reading “HBO announces premiere date for John McCain doc”

Director Wolfe back at Optimus after White House gig

One at Optimus director Duncan Wolfe is packing up his Washington, D.C. apartment after a 14-month gig at the Obama White House and will head for Los Angeles as his base for the next phase of his filmmaking/social media career.

“And I’m looking forward to the positive effect of sunshine,” adds the St. Louis native about his move to LA.

Andrew Cuomo resigns as Governor amid sexual harassment allegations

During a press conference today, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced his resignation as governor. The announcement comes exactly one week after state Attorney General Letitia James announced her office’s devastating findings that Cuomo had created a “hostile work environment” by sexually harassing – groping, hugging, kissing – almost a dozen women. “I’m a New … Continue reading “Andrew Cuomo resigns as Governor amid sexual harassment allegations”

$900K HealthyMKE campaign targets anti-vaxxers

HealthyMKE, a broad coalition of local government, non-profit, health care, public health and community organizations, is launching a comprehensive multi-media and grassroots campaign designed to help empower local residents to make informed choices when it comes to getting vaccinated. Nearly everyday, it seems someone is putting out a new campaign message to encourage people to … Continue reading “$900K HealthyMKE campaign targets anti-vaxxers”

IRS could extend tax filing deadline to May

The US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is reportedly planning to extend the deadline to file your taxes, giving you an extra month from April 15 until mid-May. According to Bloomberg, the deadline could be May 15 or May 17. The report cites two unnamed Internal Revenue Service sources. The report of extending the tax filing deadline … Continue reading “IRS could extend tax filing deadline to May”

Senate passes $1.9 trillion relief bill 50-49

The Biden Administration finally got its first victory as the President’s $1.9 trillion Covid-19 relief bill finally passed the Senate 50-49 on Saturday. According to Bloomberg, this follows more than 25-hours of deliberating and amendment votes. Pleased Biden issued a statement from the White House Saturday afternoon, touting his plan’s widespread public support even if … Continue reading “Senate passes $1.9 trillion relief bill 50-49”

‘Better Call Saul’ dominates WGA Awards

The Writers Guild of America announced their nominations for the 2021 WGA Awards in the categories of TV, New Media, News, Radio/Audio and Promotional Writing during 2020. Winners will be honored March 21 in a virtual ceremony. AMC’s Better Call Saul dominated with five nominations. Other nominees include Amazon Studios’ The Boys, Disney+’s The Mandalorian, … Continue reading “‘Better Call Saul’ dominates WGA Awards”

President Trump medevaced to Walter Reed Medical Center

“Out of caution,” President Trump will be taken to Walter Reed hospital “out of an abundance of caution,” the White House said on Friday. Earlier today, Trump and his wife Melania, tested positive for coronavirus. While the White House said at a Press Conference that he was suffering from mild symptoms, the New York Post … Continue reading “President Trump medevaced to Walter Reed Medical Center”