In an op-ed for Foreign Affairs this week, former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said that he’s optimistic that incoming President Joe Biden will put all of that nasty “America First” business behind us and get back to conducting U.S. foreign affairs the old way. You know, the way that involves aligning ourselves with our enemies, making a complete mess out of situations that don’t need to involve us, carrying countries that can’t pay their debts, and sending our military into wars that never end. It sure will be great the have The Establishment back in charge, huh?
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Restore American Glory   » Jim Mattis: Hopefully Biden Will Put “America First” Out to Pasture

President Trump is still battling to expose possible voter fraud in the 2020 election and secure a second term.

As Revolver has repeatedly pointed out, Republican state legislators should be rallying behind the president, and pledging to appoint a pro-Trump slate of electors to the Electoral College if they are not adequately convinced the 2020 vote was fair and free of fraud.
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Here’s What The GOP Can Do Right Now to Make Sure No US Election is Ever Compromised Again - Revolver

Two U.S. Citizens Who Were Detained for Speaking Spanish Reach Settlement Deal with U.S. Gov’t

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Donald Trump has added yet another name to the long list of friends, loyalists, cronies, and conservative celebrities who have received presidential pardons or commutations. This time the beneficiary is his former national security adviser Michael Flynn, who in 2017 pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI in connection with the Trump-Russia scandal. Weeks into his administration, Trump fired Flynn for lying about his conversations with the Russian ambassador. But in recent years, Trump, as he has falsely contended the Russia investigation was a hoax, has defended and hailed Flynn. Trump’s use—and abuse—of executive clemency has figured prominently in his presidency. One widely discussed Trump 2020 campaign ad, aired during the Super Bowl, featured Alice Johnson—a Black woman who served 21 years in prison for a nonviolent drug offense before Trump commuted her sentence in 2018. “Thanks to President Trump, people like Alice are getting a second chance,” the ad stated. In February, Trump freed several women who served time with Johnson.
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Not Just Michael Flynn: A Shockingly Long List of Trump’s Controversial Pardons – Mother Jones

Despite the undeniable fact that Hillary conceded the day after and trump was given a smooth transition, trump voters still lie and cheat and then project.

Almost two weeks after the votes that made him a one-term president were counted, Donald Trump is still claiming that he won. In reality there is no room for doubt. Joe Biden beat him by almost 6m votes, amassing 306 electoral-college votes to Mr Trump’s 232. Yet reality is a stranger to Mr Trump, who was crying fraud before the first vote had been cast. He has since fired an official who contradicted his view that the election was stolen and encouraged his supporters to protest against the result.
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The art of losing - Accepting a disappointing election result is a key part of democracy | Leaders | The Economist

Did you know that the pilgrims almost starved after they arrived at Plymouth Rock? That's because they were forced to farm "collectively." The corporation that funded the expedition said, "grow food together. Divide the harvest equally."

Shia Lebouf attempts to go all out virial, ultimately gets arrested, so starts the whole, I am going to plant my flag where the , OK, 4chan population and the Trump loving people cannot get to it, did you follow this story back in 2017-18? if not it was a wild ride across the world, to get Shia, and did they succeed well, f'yah they did every time! and that drove Shia into a fu'ing log cabin inside a museum and there he stayed for what over a month I believe it was, this was such a fun ride people, priceless. ...
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The finale of “Dancing With the Stars” waltzed its way to solid if unspectacular ratings on Monday night.

A total of 6.1 million people tuned in to watch former “Bachelorette” Kaitlyn Bristowe and her partner Artem Chigvintsev be crowned the Mirrorball Champions. That represents a six-week viewership high, but is down around 2 million viewers on the season 29 premiere. ...
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TV Ratings: 'Dancing With the Stars' Finale Delivers Audience High - Variety

Back in 2013, The Croods became a meme without anything from the movie actually going viral. Oh, it was a pleasant enough film (“[it] isn’t particularly smart, but it has just enough wit to keep us engaged and just enough speed to keep us from feeling restless,” I said in in my review) and a sizable hit, too — a rare non-sequel blockbuster for Dreamworks Animation at the time. But, somehow, the picture became a punch line, a poster child for high-concept, grab-all-the-money-while-you-can bluntness. Maybe it was the dull simplicity of its premise: a prehistoric family engages in death-defying shenanigans while outrunning the apocalypse. Or could it simply have been the dim-bulb musicality of that title? Go on, say, “Croods” out loud a few times, and be sure to extend that “oo” as much as you can; I guarantee you’ll feel both better and dumber.
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Movie Review: The Croods 2: A New Age, with Ryan Reynolds

If there exists a poster child for racism in Hollywood, it might very well be the marketing for Couples Retreat. The 2009 comedy had an ensemble cast of top comedy actors, but when it came time to putting together the names and faces of the talent for the movie poster, the Black actors were excised from the international edition. ...
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Country music star Morgan Wallen will be grateful for second chances this Thanksgiving -- he'll be the musical guest on "Saturday Night Live," 2 months after the show axed him.

'SNL' announced it Wednesday, saying Morgan will perform on the December 5 show ... with Jason Bateman hosting. Moments after the news ... ...
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Morgan Wallen Gets Second Chance as 'SNL' Musial Guest

Just like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and Disney Plus, HBO Max is adding a ton of great new titles to give you some festive treats this holiday season. The Warner streaming service’s December haul isn’t necessarily full of Christmas content – there’s a lot of that already available – but there are definitely a ton of must-see films and TV shows on the lineup, so let’s take a look at the highlights.
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HBO Max Announces Over 150 New Movies/TV Shows For December

Nowhere has the COVID pandemic been as paradoxically good for the real estate market, perhaps, as California’s patrician seaside community of Montecito, where TV writer-producer Oliver Goldstick has sold two neighboring properties in an off-market deal for a combined $4.1 million and concurrently shelled out a bit more than $4.9 million for a stately and nearby 1920s English Tudor residence designed by beloved high-society architect George Washington Smith.

Oliver Goldstick Lists Montecito Mansion - Variety

I find it fascinating that former President Obama chose this moment in time to write and publish his book, Promised Land. He could have had it released a year before the elections, or a year from now, once another administration had been settled. Instead, he decided to ride the coattails of the election, as though he had won another term, and capitalize on someone else’s momentum.
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Thanksgiving will be a holiday after all for the Ravens and Steelers, whose Thursday-night matchup has been postponed until Sunday, due to the COVID-19 outbreak with which the Baltimore NFL squad have been dealing.

Coming off the bench to populate NBC’s primetime Thanksgiving slate will be an encore of this year’s National Dog Show (which first airs Thursday at noon ET), followed by a rerun of The Wall (featuring the grandmother/granddaughter duo of Nellie and Taylor from Quarryville, Pa.).

Thanksgiving Ravens/Steelers Game Postponed to Sunday Nov. 29 | TVLine

This is the type of story that would be hilarious if it wasn’t so sad. Actually, you know what? It’s hilarious anyway.

A new report shows that employees of Penguin Random House Canada aren’t too happy about the publisher’s release of a new book by clinical psychologist and author Dr. Jordan Peterson. On Monday, he announced that he was releasing a new book titled “Beyond Order: 12 More Rules For Life,’ which will come out in March of next year.
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Per an official release from Warner Bros.: The studio announced today that Mads Mikkelsen (“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” “Hannibal,” “Casino Royale”) has been cast as Dark Wizard Gellert Grindelwald in the third “Fantastic Beasts” film. The latest installment in the series is currently in production at Warner Bros. ...
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Mads Mikkelsen to Replace Johnny Depp in ‘Fantastic Beasts 3’ | IndieWire


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