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Louisville police respond to ‘The Purge’ threats

A flier for a proposed “Purge” in Louisville is getting the attention of the FBI, local police departments, and even Jefferson County Public Schools. In the movie “The Purge” and its sequel everyone in the nation is allowed to commit any crime for 12 hours with no ramifications. The horror movie has been hit at the box office but recently a flier about a purge that’s coming to the Louisville […]

RIP Robin Williams: Understanding Depression and Suicide

Oscar winning actor Robin Williams is gone too soon.  I was so shocked to hear the sad news that Williams died of an apparent suicide.  Sadly, I’ve lost too many friends this way and have realized one thing.  Suicide is not something you can ever predict. You can just never tell when someone is on the brink like this.  And sadly, more often than not, they can’t be stopped.  It […]

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Sorry CNN: Fox News Most-Watched for Malaysia Air MH17 Coverage

According to TVNewser, Fox News Beat out CNN in the ratings as the news unfolded about the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight #MH17 by a Surface to Air (SAM) missile by the Kremlin controlled Ukrainian rebels. FNC was the most-watched cable news channel in both Total Day and Primetime for yesterday’s breaking news stories of the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 and Israel’s ground war into Gaza. In primetime, […]

James Garner, from Rockford Files to the Notebook, Dies at 86

The editor is not a huge fan of so-called chick-flicks, but I do occasionally cry at movies.  If I were to recommend one movie that you and your loved one could watch together and tear-up, it would be the Movie, ‘The Notebook.’  While I grew up on the Rockford files, that tough feisty man could act on a sensitive side as well.  RIP James Garner! From the New York Times […]

Greta Van Susteren puts Katie Couric Interviews to Shame

Van Susteren’s interview was direct and wide-ranging where Couric’s was timid and roundabout After her spectacular high-profile ousting as executive editor of the Times in May, Jill Abramson broke her post-NYT silence this week with a series of media appearances. First it was announced that she’d be opening up first to Katie Couric on Thursday; then Greta Van Susteren swooped in and scooped Couric with a Wednesday interview. Abramson struck an appropriately unrepentant […]