With Every New Episode, ‘The Mandalorian’ Keeps Getting Better

Warning: light spoilers ahead. Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni’s masterpiece, “The Mandalorian” on Disney+ gets better with every episode. The first episode released last week was chock full of call backs to wonderfully obscure Star Wars references, while building a world that is definitely of that galaxy far, far away, but different than all the Star Wars that has come

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Throw free speech down the well? ‘Borat’ star Sacha Baron Cohen apparently has a major problem with Mark Zuckerberg’s reluctance to police speech

Actor and comedian Sacha Baron Cohen recently accepted the Anti-Defamation League’s International Leadership Award. In his speech, the guy famous for portraying Borat and Bruno argued in favor of … censorship. Sacha Baron Cohen Blasts Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook’s Inaction Against Holocaust Deniers Is “Simply Absurd.” “I believe it's time for a fundamental rethink of social media and how it spreads

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Feds Hosted Meditation, Massage, and Social Justice Retreat for 450 Employees, Including IRS Workers

The federal government hosted a “Mindfulness & Resiliency Summit” in August where 450 employees from the IRS and other agencies spent two days receiving new-age wisdom, learning to meditate, and receiving on-site massages, photos of the event and a website show. Participants sat through an hour of talks before taking a half-hour “stretch and self-care break.” Next, they heard a

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‘Oh NO, we’ve lost her! – no one’: Jennifer Rubin threatens to NEVER vote for any R who does not impeach and remove Trump

Look out, Republicans … Jennifer Rubin will never vote for you if you don’t impeach and remove Trump. SHE MEANS BUSINESS, YO. Will never vote for any R who does not support impeachment and removal. That means practically none of the current generation. So be it. — Jennifer Rubin (@JRubinBlogger) November 21, 2019 So be it. Gosh, this is shocking

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Oh … joy: John Bolton is back on Twitter after two months and his first tweet sounds a little bit like a threat

After two months, John Bolton has decided to grace Twitter with his presence once again and his first tweet back is … interesting. Now, he could have been writing a ‘headline’ of sorts to get people’s attention for when he shares whatever he plans on sharing in a book he’s probably selling, but to this editor it almost sounds like

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Gun and Alcohol Case Could Put Citizens at Risk in Their Own Homes

Get ready for a whole new prohibitionist movement if the Weber conviction is upheld. (King Alcohol and his Prime Minister/PDM) U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)- “The Ohio Supreme Court will hear arguments in February to decide whether a law prohibiting gun owners from carrying firearms while intoxicated should be applied inside a gun owner’s home,” the Associated Press reported Saturday. Seeing an

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These Law-Abiding People Used Guns to Defend Themselves in October

Far too often, those who disagree with supporters of the Second Amendment about firearm-related policies resort to assertions that we simply care more about our guns than about the lives of innocent people, and that the right to keep and bear arms has little beneficial purpose in modern America. Despite claims by many gun control advocates that firearms are rarely

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Impeachment fatigue? Wednesday night’s #DemDebate ratings are in, and they’re not good

Democratic candidates couldn’t have been happy that their debate in Atlanta Wednesday night was preceded by not one but two long days of televised testimony in the House Intelligence Committee’s impeachment inquiry hearings. Sure, it gave MSNBC moderator Rachel Maddow a built-in question right out of the gate about President Trump’s impeachment, but it looks like people were too burned

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‘The fix was in’: Former FBI official under criminal probe for alleged falsification of FISA application

Screengrab CNN As the nation awaits Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report on his investigation of alleged FISA warrant abuses, there is a breaking report that an FBI lawyer is under criminal investigation for allegedly falsifying a document related to the surveillance of former Trump campaign official Carter Page in 2016. Evidence on the allegedly altered document was uncovered by Horowitz and turned over to U.S.

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New York Times and FedEx: You’re Invited to Heritage for a Tax Debate

Last weekend, FedEx became the latest company to face criticism from The New York Times for paying little or nothing in income taxes. The Times’ reporting highlights the complexity of who ultimately bears the corporate tax burden and what that means for American workers. Following the Sunday report, Frederick W. Smith, chairman and CEO of FedEx, disputed the accuracy of the story,

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