Posted by Nolan Dalla on Mar 16, 2014 in Blog, Politics |
Global conflicts don’t unfold in black and white anymore. They never did. The world is an increasingly indistinguishable shade of grey. It sure seemed we were on the right side back during World War II. The same can be said of the Cold War, too. But since then, American hegemony hasn’t changed much, while many parts of the world have morphed into a vast landscape without borders, tariffs, and restrictions.
Posted by Nolan Dalla on Jan 28, 2014 in Blog, Politics |
When you were elected, and then re-elected 15 months ago, so many of us were filled with hope. You might have been truly a transformational figure in our nation’s history at a critical time, instead of the guy who just so happens to occupy the White House until the next election cycle. You still have that chance. But time is running out. Fast.
Posted by Nolan Dalla on Jan 3, 2014 in Blog, Movie Reviews |
This is Casino meets Goodfellas meets Wall Street meets Blow meets Glengarry Glen Ross meets Caligula. Whatever your opinion of those movies is, likely will determine how you judge this film. At its best, it’s Richard III heavily under the influence. At its worst, it’s Jersey Shore.
Posted by Nolan Dalla on Nov 29, 2013 in Blog, Personal, Rants and Raves |
Today is “Black Friday,” or what I call, “the Great American Stampede.”
Think of millions of buffalo storming off a cliff.
Seriously, have you seen what goes on at malls and stores? People line up at midnight. Why? To go shopping!
That’s right, SHOPPING.
Posted by Nolan Dalla on Jan 22, 2013 in Blog, Politics |
Of the millions of Americans who watched President Obama’s sequel inauguration yesterday, one group above all others should be cheering the loudest.
And which group is that?
Poor people? No.
The middle class? No.
Try this on for size — rich people. That’s right, the richest of the rich.