The Mentalist has been replaced with a Martha Stewart cooking.
The Mentalist was on it's third or fourth re-runs. The last of the series was soppiest but easier to watch than Martha Stewart cooking.
My grandchildren don't watch television any more. They talk politics though. They get tneir
news from Facebook, U-tubes and other computer devices. That's scary. Accuracy or deliberate
misrepresentation, you can never be certain.
I find myself surfing cable channels more than ever. I don't expect to miss Peter Mansbridge no matter who replaces him.
Stephen Corbett is currently celebrating his first year replacing David Letterman.
Letterman's retirement was timely. He had a harder time hiding distaste for vacuous performance of many interviewees . It was uncomfortable to watch.
Corbett tries very hard and that's the problem. Contrivance kills the lurking humour.
At least ten hosts people late night T.V. All trying too hard. It's a surfeit of endeavour.
Larry Wilmore's show was terminated. After the White House Press dinner I thought the powers
would pick the moment. The sight of TWO black Americans openly sharing satisfaction was too
much for them.
When surfing, I stop at Don Lemon on CNN to watch, in horrible fascination, how bias
Last night, five days into it, CNN was still talking about Hillary Clinton's non -transparency in health
matters. Collapsing in the heat from pneumonia could not be a fault. So they kept on playing the video and accusing her of keeping it secret.
News of the bellicose billionaire cheating on the rules for charitable foundations came to light but wasn't allowed to overtake juicy details about Hillary's triglycerides and cholesterol counts.
The author of a book on misuse of Trump Foundation funds was Lemon's guest. The host was attempting to switch from Trump's disgusting behaviour to Hillary, when the guest interrupted and demanded he....
Stick to the point...this is not about Clinton....we are discussing Trump and his mis-use of funds.
If CNN ever has to review their coverage of this presidential election, most of them will have a hard time watching the re-runs. They otta be ashamed.
Which brings me back to how news is garnered these days by The Young.
I have sought to obtain answers fromThe Source, straight from the horse's mouth, so to speak.
I've lobbed questions at Kyle Peterson who is one of two Honourable Members representing Aurora
in Canada's Parliament. He posts on Facebook and contributes a column in The Auroran.
What can he tell us about a Bill put forward by Cabinet Member John McCallum, to provide refugees with immediate right to voting privilege and about Canada's adoption of a section of Sharia law ?
Is it true and if so, what section and why?
Mr. Peterson has asked that I e-mail him personally. Which at the very least, seems to be lost opportunity.