By Jay Kirell
If you go to the original writing section of my blog you’ll see I’ve written 47 prior articles. 46 of those were me pouring my brain out. The 47th was me cutting myself open and bleeding onto my laptop.
Proving the old newspaper adage “if it bleeds, it leads”, that story has been read hundreds of thousands of times by now – more than anything else I’ve written in the 30 years I’ve been able to put pen to paper and convey my thoughts.
As the author of the story, it’s beyond thrilling. Seeing your work spread around the world, and knowing it is generating discussion. Observing that happen in real-time will make you believe you weren’t put on this Earth to do anything else but write.
As the subject of the story, however, it brings a whole new set of issues to the table.
As Mediaite first reported last month, and now officially confirmed today, famed actor Alec Baldwin will host an hour-long program for MSNBC’s Friday night lineup.
The show, titled Up Late w/Alec Baldwin, will run from 10-11 p.m. ET every Friday, beginning in October.
By Jay Kirell
Impotence: The condition or state of being incapable of accomplishing or effecting anything.
You knew it was going to happen.
Since the George Zimmerman trial concluded with what many considered a shocking acquittal, the cheer from conservative America was made only sweeter by the outrage from the progressive community over the verdict. On the Internet and cable news there’s been a steady talking point for the Trayvon Martin shooting as being exploited for racial purposes to fit an agenda they believe “the Left” has.