Thanks to Texas lawmakers, Christian students if Texas are no longer being censored.
Students can now freely and proudly wear their ugly Christmas sweaters and wish their fellow students a “Merry Christmas” without fear of persecution…well, at least not for the “Merry Christmas,” the ugly sweater is another issue. Read the rest of this entry
There’s something about the holiday season that has everyone on their best behavior, or at least expecting everyone’s best behavior.
As children we’re trying to stay off Santa’s naughty list. Perhaps as we grow up, it’s become a habit.
Try as we might though, we all have our bad habits and even holiday cheer can have an off day. Read the rest of this entry
By now you’ve probably all heard opinion upon opinion about NBC’s “The Sound of Music Live” that aired on Thursday night. The snark fest began well before the telecast began and continues on.
So instead of adding to the deluge of obvious complaints about the production (it’s been firmly established that Carrie Underwood’s acting was less than stellar) we thought we’d start thinking ahead to next year’s holiday special. NBC, we have some thoughts. Read the rest of this entry
Today we remember a day that will live in infamy and one that SpaghettiOs will not soon forget. I’m sorry was that thoughtless? Not as thoughtless as SpaghettiOs tweet remembering the attack on Pearl Harbor…sorry spelled that wrong… #PearlHarbor. Read the rest of this entry
On the surface, Disney’s latest animated film, “Frozen,” seems destined to be the latest in Disney’s long list of stereotype-promoting, anti-feminist, lovable, sappy, classic princess movies.
Directed and written by Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck, this gorgeous film (loosely based on Hans Christen-Andersen’s “The Snow Queen”), has all the basic components of the many princess films that came before it: