HOLLYWOOD – God Bless America, and how’s everybody?
The Family Research Council expressed worry on Fox News Friday over how all the scandals in Hollywood and Washington, D.C., may corrupt our nation’s morals. All I can say is, after living 42 years in Hollywood, I can tell the difference between right and wrong. Wrong is the fun one.
The Los Angeles Times reports California regulators completely reversed course last weekend about their announced plan to slap taxes on every text message that people send on their cell phones. That was a wise move politically. The only thing people hate more than taxes is breaking up in person.
President Trump’s former security advisor General Michael Flynn was in court Tuesday to be sentenced after pleading guilty to lying to the FBI. The judge looked at his case and offered to let him withdraw his guilty plea but Flynn refused and insisted he’s guilty. Now the only question is, where did he go to Catholic school?
The Trump Foundation dissolved assets at behest of New York’s Democrat Attorney General who loathes Trump. They see America in two different ways. The Trump Doctrine states if you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day, but if you deport that man, you don’t have to feed him at all.
President Trump sought a legal opinion Tuesday to find out if his border wall can be funded by money from the Pentagon budget if Congress balks at providing money. Trump said he will do whatever it takes to fund the wall. He’s even thinking about asking Mexico to front us some bricks.
President Trump urged the FCC Sunday to look into Saturday Night Live because the show is so one-sided and partisan against him. The producer responded that the Supreme Court has ruled that comedy is free speech. So the question is, what does Saturday Night Live have to do with comedy?
The Senate overwhelmingly passed a bipartisan Prison Reform Bill that’ll greatly lower drug sentences and provide rehab for inmates. They can be dangerous places. When I was young, I was raped twice while I was in jail and you can bet that’s the last time I played Monopoly with Father Leo.