Who Killed Captain Alex: Uganda’s First Action Movie was produced, written, directed, shot, and edited by Nabwana IGG from his home in Wakaliga, Uganda. Made for under $200 – using real blood and a modified car jack for a tripod – the film became a sensation in the slums of Uganda while the trailer went viral in Europe, South America, and the US. Who Killed Captain Alex is available for FREE via YouTube, Torrent, BitTorrent Bundle, and as a HiRes download from the official website.
Every time socialism fails, its supporters claim it wasn’t “real” socialism. So no matter how many times socialism fails, it never “really” fails.
When someone asks me where they should go for real news, I don’t have an answer. Mainstream journalists have abandoned journalism for advocacy.
Fired for Truth – official site of James Damore
“Artie Lange is a titan of the standup stage, a notorious alum of The Howard Stern Show, and a star of HBO’s “Crashing.” But how is he with spicy food? Find out as the comedy legend battles through Zombie Apocalypse and Da’ Bomb, cracking jokes about everything from Kanye West to overzealous touchdown dances along the way.”
Will European talk of freedom and democracy end up being just that — talk? Spain is like an angry, obsessive ex-boyfriend.
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While I don’t share the pastor’s particular religious convictions, most of the video is plain and simple truth. That leftists would find his message “offensive” is no surprise. That YouTube would restrict the video in response to people’s feelings is yet another troubling sign of the company’s antipathy towards unpopular speech.
Are some cultures better than others? Or are all cultures and their values equal? Bestselling author Dinesh D’Souza, who was born in India and moved to America, explains.
An interview with anti-Identitarian and classic liberal Sargon of Akkad.
A 2017 single.