We learned a little more about Van Jones at a debate with Ann Coulter at Politicon, hosted by Center for Progressive Urban Politics at the Pasadena Convention Center June 25, 26 (2016). Jones thinks Republicans like Donald Trump and Coulter don’t have as much right to talk about blacks, or any other minorities for that matter.
It’s as though FoxNews' Chris Wallace and Attorney General Loretta Lynch were following a movie script. It’s a familiar script, one that allows for creative lying.
Rob Reiner feels like he is an authority on journalism and how news anchors at MSNBC should handle Donald Trump. According to him, people like Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezenski should do a better job of handling or grilling Trump.
Pres. Obama does not like his ideas about terrorism challenged. He also does not like Donald Trump to criticize his efforts to stop terrorism in the U.S., not matter how much of a failure it has been in stopping acts like Orlando.
What is creative and what is not creative? Does killing another man merit the kind of creativity in say a movie by Woody Allen? In "Irrational Man," we see this exact morality take played out in Abe Lucas, who wants to eliminate a judge who upsets his own personal balance of life - his own justice and injustice.
Woody Allen seems to be unable to stray far from the theme of murder in his movies: under what conditions would someone murder someone else. What happens when someone does commit murder? "Irrational Man" is a case in point.
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