Hannity: Liberal 'fascism' trying to silence every conservative voice. Richie and Sammy go to the Mirage to see David Spade and Ray Romano -- Google overhauls search algorithm in bid to fight fake news --Google executives are bracing for a two-pronged inquisition from the advertising industry and the government over the company’s plans to stop ads being placed next to extremist material.
A slew of big-name companies, advertising firms and government departments have either pulled their adverts from Google and its YouTube video site or are considering whether to do so, with media giant Sky, telecoms group Vodafone and a trio of banks adding their names to a growing list over the weekend. Renegade Nation Always Remember Marla Keppler Co Founder Renegade Talk Radio
Welcome Renegade Nation it’s me Naughty Nicole and it’s time for another Renegade Review. And I know it’s been awhile and I promise, I’m going to try and make up for lost time. Now as many of you know, I’m a HUGE, HUGE, HUGE fan of the Marvel universe, and I’m one of those rabid fans you find camping out for Comicon in Cosplay, excitedly waiting for the newest panels. In short, Marvel would have to do something pretty f****d up for me to hate one of their movies… like… Killing Loki off, yep, that would make me lose faith in the Marvel machine, or seriously bad casting – I’m looking at you Dr. Strange, but even with occasional mis-steps, I still love me some Marvel. Guardians of the Galaxy 2 – already got tickets, new Thor, can.. not… wait… Which brings me to today’s ditty. Logan.
Now I’m one of the first ones to say I love the X-men. Old class, new class, Michael Fassbender’s a**, I’m there. But I’m a Marvel purist. I love the action, the campy one-liners, the bad guys that aren’t all that bad, good guys that aren’t that good and gimme, gimme, gimme those special effects. But Logan, well it’s a tired, worn out waste of time and the considerable talents that went into this movie. And it’s a great big middle finger to the fans because it’s so clear this is a throwaway picture aimed at milking the fan base out of their money. Color me unimpressed and a little bit pissed.
So what’s the movie about? Well, it’s about… nothing, except marking the ninth incarnation as the tired, deflated mutant, Wolverine (a.k.a. Logan). And you franchise fans who hate spoilers, well; you get a middle finger too, because in this case Marvel comics’ readers know what’s going to happen before anything actually does happen. We knew eons ago, before filming commenced, that Logan is the one where the leading man dies. But in the 2 hours and 16 minutes it takes him to break his Edward Scissorhands claws, slash up the entire cast and bites that final bullet, the non-stop action is nothing more than a rehashing of business as usual.
There’s lots of skin to look forward to this week, with Canada’s answer to Blue is the Warmest Color, Below Her Mouth, hitting VOD on Friday alongside Emilia Clarke‘s latest nudity in Voice From the Stone. On Sunday, Starz’ American Gods premieres, starring skin favorite Emily Browning, and with confirmed T&A from Yetide Badaki! Plus an interview from AVN with porn star Asa Akira.
In the here and now, we’ve got a lip-slip from Baywatch’s Kelly Rohrbach and confirmation from Mary Elizabeth Winstead that she’s not using a butt double in Fargo.
Butch Witkowski is the founder of UFORCOP in Pennsylvania. A group that deals with everything strange from UFO sightings and alien encounters, to hauntings and tracking of the legendary Bigfoot and Dogman. An experienced researcher and former Police Officer, Butch brings his investigations to Spaced Out Radio the final Monday of every month.
Marine Le Pen is now one step closer to leading France, but do the French have what it takes to follow in the footsteps of Britain and America? Also, as we approach the 100 day mark for President Trump, it's time to go over his mid-semester grades. And, a new ABC News/WaPo poll severely over-samples Hillary voters to get desired outcome... but it didn't work. Listen to The Ryno Report LIVE, Monday-Friday on Renegade Talk Radio
Jamie Sexton, owner of the brand new Rebel Planet News makes his monthly appearance talking everything hidden by the mainstream. Since it's April 20th, we'll get into 420, and Fake News, the hot button topic of the media.
Hello again, Renegade Nation! In this episode I ask the question that everyone else is asking, are we being led down this path of insanity by absolute morons? It seems so. I have been in search, over the past week, for some informational news - something to speak intelligently about and all I saw across the internet was a majority of ranting and raging. I was not inspired. Mainstream media reports just verified why the internet is in total rant mode. But I settled for an excellent rant by Dr. Paul Craig Roberts that intelligently summed up what I was seeing - and put my two cents in as well.
I hope you enjoy and take some humor in this - it's extremely important to keep a sense of humor - and hopefully relax a bit through this insane period of history happening in front of our eyes.
Thanks for listening and hopefully there's enough truth in here to give you food for thought!
Respectfully, Everly Isbe
A Government of Morons by Paul Craig Roberts
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Democrats think they acomplished some big win in Georgia, when in fact they are just delaying the inevitable. Also, a new survey shows a clear bias that the big three networks are showing when "reporting" about the Trump administration. And, if you have the chops to fill it, there is an open time slot on the Fox News Channel. Listen to The Ryno Report LIVE, Monday-Friday on Renegade Talk Radio
Drudge tweet could mark end of era at Fox. Bill O'Reilly's fate may not have been written on a proverbial wall or in a legal document, but in a tweet from Matt Drudge.
The reclusive Drudge sent a rare and ominous tweet about O'Reilly on Tuesday, writing that the embattled Fox News host "has had a tremendous run."
"Very few in the business get to decide when and how things end," the conservative media personality tweeted. "Media is most brutal of all industries."
The Drudge Report founder's tweet comes after a New York magazine report Tuesday that said the sons of Rupert Murdoch, the 21st Century Fox and Fox News executive chairman, are weighing pulling the highly rated host off the air in the wake of a sexual harassment scandal.
CNN and The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday evening that O'Reilly and Fox are in exit talks. O'Reilly's camp denies via sources any such talks are occurring.
If a Drudge tweet projecting the end of the career for an Fox News icon sounds familiar, it's because a similar scenario happened just nine months ago, shortly before the exit of former Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes.
The New York Times called the July 19 tweet regarding Ailes from the reticent Drudge, who rarely states anything in public, "The tweet heard round the world."
"Shortly after 4 p.m., Matt Drudge of The Drudge Report website, wrote on Twitter that Roger Ailes was leaving as chairman of Fox News with a $40 million financial package, after an investigation into allegations that he had sexually harassed Gretchen Carlson, a former Fox anchor," reported the Times. "Accompanying the tweet was what appeared to be a separation agreement between Mr. Ailes and the network, which he founded 20 years ago."
The stunning news appeared on the Drudge Report, which attracts more than 1.4 billion page view per month, in big block letters under a siren image that signals a must-read story to the site's visitors.
Drudge, without explanation, pulled the story after seemingly every media outlet ran with it, but it turned out to be true.
Ailes did resign from Fox News the next day and did receive a $40 million financial package. Whether the separation agreement was meant to be seen by the public is another matter and was likely the reason the story was pulled from The Drudge Report.
Richard Giordano has been a UFOlogist for the last 15 years. His yearning to learn what's flying in the skies above have him searching everywhere for answers in the field of UFOlogy. Richard, with his keen investigation, has been cheered and lamented for his style of research in calling out fake UFO news, to go along with ruffling feathers of those who are trying to hide the truth to this subject.