I guess you can’t complain about your investments.I can, because in all honesty, this inquisition between the lawsuits and the Mueller inquiry, I’ve gotta dip into my grandchildren’s college education fund. I had things set up so that the proceeds from my book sales – and the book sales have done pretty well – would pay to put them through college. I now have to use that money for legal fees, which comes to the central point: The New York Times reported on January 20th, 2017, that I was the subject of a FISA warrant. A FISA warrant can only be obtained against a U.S. citizen if they’re actively involved in espionage on behalf of a foreign power. There is no way that I meet that criteria, which means that the FISA warrant in question was obtained for political purposes. The New York Times has not retracted and will not retract that story. They stand by it. Several reporters are people I know who I think are good honest reporters, and they say it is … [Read more...] about Roger Stone Opens Up About Russia, Mueller, Trump and What’s Next
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After the film's historic night at the 2020 Oscars, the world soon may be seeing more of the film’s now-beloved ensemble cast. After Parasite’s historic success at the 2020 Oscars, the world soon may be seeing more of the film’s now-beloved ensemble cast. The various actors who comprised the film’s wealthy Park family and the plucky, impoverished Kims were each already big stars at home in South Korea. But after becoming the surprise darlings of this year’s awards season, culminating in a best picture win, producers and sales agents are anticipating an Oscars bump befitting their new-found global name recognition. … [Read more...] about After Oscars Success, What Comes Next for the Cast of ‘Parasite’?
The issues of income inequality and barriers to upward mobility are arguably nowhere more resonant than in China, where hundreds of millions have been lifted out of poverty over the past three decades, but where inequality has similarly soared. In a paper published last spring, celebrated French economist Thomas Piketty estimated that the share of income going to China’s wealthiest 1 percent has risen from 6 percent in 1978 to about 14 percent in 2015 — surpassing the rates in such countries as France (10 percent) and fast approaching the United States (20 percent). … [Read more...] about Will ‘Parasite’ Ever Be Seen In China?
One of those demands would “require signatory companies to negotiate only with agents franchised by the WGA.” That could spark a strike because it seeks to drag the major studios and production companies into the guild’s 10-month battle with Hollywood’s major talent agencies. The AMPTP flatly rejected a similar proposal last March when the guild, seeking to reopen contract negotiations, asked the companies to participate in what the AMPTP called a “group boycott” of talent agencies that refused to sign the WGA’s Agency Code of Conduct, which banned packaging fees and agency affiliations with corporately related production entities. … [Read more...] about WGA Urges Members To Beware Of Scare Tactics As It Prepares For Upcoming Contract Talks & Possible Strike
“Wait a minute, you’re a political prisoner?” Cooper asked. “Nelson Mandela was a political prisoner. Political prisoners have no due process and are unjustly jailed. You had a jury convict you, you had appeals courts look at your sentencing, and you even appealed to the Supreme Court twice and they refused to hear you. You’re hardly a political prisoner.” … [Read more...] about Watch Anderson Cooper Eviscerate Rod Blagojevich During Heated Interview