16 May

“This Is Our Last Chance”: Marco Rubio Issues Dire China Warning



15 May

I Love Trouble (1948) FILM NOIR



Stars: Franchot Tone, Janet Blair and Raymond Burr
Director: S. Sylvan Simon

A wealthy man hires a detective to investigate his wife’s past. The detective discovers that the wife had been a dancer and left her home town with an actor. The latter is killed before he can talk, but, with the help of a showgirl, the detective learns there is more to this case than meets the eye!


15 May

Elise Stefanik talks future of GOP after being named ranking House member



Wild Thing’s comment……….

Elise Stefanik is a powerhouse! I believe she has what it takes to set things straight and on the right path.


14 May

Sen.Marco Rubio on Ilhan Omar tweet: She’s out of her mind



Wild Thing’s comment…….

The fact that this woman is in one of the highest levels of government is incredibly scary.


13 May

Mark Levin: Biden created inflation issues with ‘Marxist ideology’



Wild Thing’s comment…….
“Joe Biden is a human pandemic.” Great words. Thanks Mr. Levin.


11 May

Sen. Ted Cruz calls out Dems’ ‘single most dangerous’ bill


09 May

Daniel Castro ~ I’ll Play The Blues For You



Daniel Castro ~ I’ll Play The Blues For You
If you’re down an’ out, an’ you feel real hurt
Come on over, to the place where I work
An’ all your loneliness, I’ll try to soothe
I’ll play the blues for you
Don’t be afraid, come on in
You might run across, yeah, some of your old friends
All your loneliness, I’ve got to soothe
I’ll play the blues for you
Come on in, sit right here
Let’s rap awhile
Ya see I’m kinda lonely too, yeah
An’ loneliness is a very bad thing
If ya let it get the best of ya
An’ loneliness can get ya down, you know
Yeah, yeah, are you comfortable now?
Yeah, yeah, that’s outta sight
Yeah, as I was sayin’ before
Loneliness can get you down, an’I have heard of, ah
Loneliness blowin’ some good people’s mind, ya know?
But ya can’t do that
This is a big world, this is a big world
An’ there’s too many nice things happenin’ in this world
You’re a very pretty girl
Where you live?
No, no, no, disregard that, that’s okay, that’s okay
Most important thing
I wanna know YOU
I say, I wanna know YOU
Uh-huh, ooo-wee, that’s groovy, ain’t it?)
I’ll play the blues for you
I ain’t got no big name
Oh Lord, an’ I ain’t no big star
I’ll play the blues for you, on my guitar
All your loneliness, I’ll try to soothe
I’ll play the blues for you, um!
Because me
Um! woo! um! Woo! Uh-huh, yeah!
Uh-huh! um! Oh!


09 May

Orishas ” Represent Cuba”



(The name “Orishas” refers to the set of deities worshipped in African-based religions in the Americas, like Santería in Cuba and Candomblé in Brazil, resulting from the relocation of Yoruba slaves. These orishas each represent a natural element (such as the ocean or leaves) and exhibit a human characteristic (such as motherhood or love))


08 May

A Rage to Live (1965)



A Rage to Live (1965)
Starring Suzanne Pleshette, Bradford Dillman, Ben Gazzara and many more famous names!

Grace Caldwell, a wealthy college student who craves male attention, has an affair with Charlie Jay, whose parents find out and tell Grace’s widowed mother. Mrs. Caldwell, who suffers from a heart condition, suspects the extent of her daughter’s promiscuity and travels with her to Nassau for a vacation. While Grace becomes involved with a hotel waiter, her mother has a heart attack and dies from lack of care. Her brother Brock introduces Grace to a college friend, Sidney Tate, who consoles her after her mother’s death, and they decide to marry. Grace explains her past to Sidney, but he insists that their love will overcome her desire for other men. For 2 1/2 years they live happily on a farm and have a baby boy; then Roger Bannon, a self-made building construction manager and the son of one of her mother’s former servants, rebuilds their barn.

He makes advances to Grace, and she succumbs. Jack Hollister, a successful editor and self-righteous hypocrite, tries to make love to Grace, but she refuses his attentions. Fearing the impairment of relations with her husband, she decides to end her affair with Roger; and when she notifies Roger he gets drunk, mistreats a waitress, and dies in a subsequent car crash. When police investigate the death, Grace’s affair becomes public knowledge, whereupon Sidney threatens to leave her if her promiscuity continues.

At a charity bazaar, the jealous wife of Jack Hollister publicly denounces Grace as the cause of her own failing marriage. Though Grace insists upon her innocence, Jack, bitter from rejection, does not deny the accusation, and Sidney abandons Grace.

08 May

The Paradine Case (1947) Alfred Hitchcock Gregory Peck, Ann Todd, Louis Jourdan




The Paradine Case is a 1947 American film noir courtroom drama film, set in England, directed by Alfred Hitchcock and produced by David O. Selznick. The screenplay was written by Selznick and an uncredited Ben Hecht, from an adaptation by Alma Reville and James Bridie of the 1933 novel of the same title by Robert Smythe Hichens.The film stars Gregory Peck, Ann Todd, Alida Valli, Charles Laughton, Charles Coburn, Ethel Barrymore and Louis Jourdan.


Gregory Peck as Anthony Keane, counsel for the defense
Ann Todd as Gay Keane
Alida Valli as Mrs. Maddalena Anna Paradine
Charles Laughton as Judge Lord Thomas Horfield
Charles Coburn as Sir Simon Flaquer, solicitor for the defence
Joan Tetzel as Judy Flaquer, daughter of Simon Flaquer
Ethel Barrymore as Lady Sophie Horfield
Louis Jourdan as André Latour, Col. Paradine’s valet
Leo G. Carroll as Sir Joseph, counsel for the prosecution
Isobel Elsom as Innkeeper
John Williams as Barrister Collins