Award-winning director Amanda Milius (The Plot Against the President) has acquired the film and television rights to No Domain: The John McAfee Tapes, Mark Eglinton’s upcoming book on pioneering tech leader, Libertarian presidential candidate, and legendary enigma that was John McAfee. The stories chronicle McAfee’s life before his alleged and highly disputed suicide on June 23, 2021 in a Spanish prison cell. The rights to the book are being developed under Milius’s production company, AMDC, into a narrative feature and a separate documentary. Milius beat out many major Hollywood production companies to acquire the rights from Eglinton, and commented, “I have
Good news on the cultural front is rare in 2020s America, so we should gleefully celebrate recent updates from the Census Bureau about the resurgence of two-parent families raising children. A half-century ago, nearly 90 percent of American children lived with both married parents, but that number cratered from the 1960s onward. The number of children living with a divorced or never-married single parent tripled from only nine percent in 1960 to 28 percent in 2005. But, suddenly the tide turns. For the first time since the 1980s, over 70 percent of American kids live with both married parents again.
Oscar-nominated filmmaker Raoul Peck’s anti-West documentary is a sick retelling of history seeking to portray white Europeans as Planet Earth’s greatest monsters. Despite a pretense of originality, HBO’s four-episode miniseries regurgitates the same, tired, anti-white and anti-American blood libels common in far-left discourse for nearly half a century. Peck based the documentary on just three sources: Sven Lindqvist’s book also titled Exterminate All the Brutes, which claims that white Europeans invented the concept of genocide; Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz’s An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States, which recasts American history as the deliberate genocide of the Native Americans, and Howard Zinn’s
A royal couple have finalized a lucrative departure from an institution they hate. Cue the tearful tell-all. On May 19, 2018, nearly 30 million people tuned in to the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, a celebration of their biracial relationship and marriage of two cultures. A black gospel choir broke out in “Stand By Me” before Meghan and Harry took their vows—and landed a Sony deal afterwards. Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland was hailed as “chic” and “a legend” by fashion magazines, no match for the continuous, flattering coverage heaped on Meghan from the likes of Vogue and Harper’s
The Paris Opera – founded over 350 years ago by King Louis XIV – will abandon classic shows including The Nutcracker and Swan Lake to “make room for minorities.” Under pressure from Black Lives Matter activists, the historic opera and ballet company acquiesced to the demands of its “black and mixed-race employees” who “published a manifesto this summer questioning the inclusion of minorities within the institution.” The shows that will “undoubtedly disappear from the repertoire,” explains the opera house’s new director Alexander Neef, are the programs Le Lac des cygnes or “Swan Lake,” Casse-Noisette or “The Nutcracker,” and the ballet
Chinese dissident Miles Guo is now fighting the Chinese Communist Party with culture. His latest single, ‘Take Down the CCP’ is available for download now. You can download the ‘Take Down the CCP’ single by Miles Guo on iTunes, here: On Spotify, here: And via the War Room download link, here.