That's Isaiah's The World Today Just Nuts "The 2,000 Mark" from yesterday which also saw Kat's "Kat's Korner: Heart Walkin' Good" get posted. Be sure to read Kat's review. And Heart's album comes out tomorrow.
Now for politics, this is from Hillary is 44's "People Died, Obama Lied - The Spanish Language Edition:"
The Forth Hood terrorist attack that killed American soldiers was declared a crime not a terrorist attack. The terrorist attack in Benghazi too is called a crime and the F.B.I. is sent to investigate but weeks later still to get there.
The “Fast and Furious” arms walking across the border causes many deaths and from Barack Obama more lies. From Big Media more exonerations of Obama and Eric Holder’s Justice Department are concocted.
Unfortunately for American Big Media and Barack Obama the Spanish language powerhouse station Univision is on the job. Univision was also on the job when they startled American viewers recently with an actual interview of Barack Obama which asked the most simple of questions not just fawning “may I fluff your pillow?” exercises in American “journalism”.
Tonight Univision’s “Aquí y Ahora” (which translates to “Here and Now”) shocks the English-only speaking populace with an example of reportage. The show airs today – Sunday, September 30, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. (ET) [6:00 p.m. in the central time zone). You don’t have to have any knowledge of Spanish to understand blood and death and in either case the show will provide English captions.
TV report? I didn't catch it.
One of the TV shows I've been blogging about since the first season started back up last night.
"The Good Wife" airs on CBS Sunday nights. Season 4 kicked off last night. Let's start with Kalinda (Archie Panjabi) because that was the big question mark last season. Remember, her ex-husband had been contacted. Someone (him?) was calling Alicia. Kalinda appeared fearful. She knocked a whole in her apartment wall and took money out. Then she moved a chair to right in front of the door, sat in and shoved a gun down in the cushion. In the dark she waited. It ended with a knock at her door.
I don't know who the man was. He was a thug her husband sent. He comes in and tells Kalinda he's got to get his cell phone but she knows it's a gun and won't let him. (She's right, it was a gun.) They end up fighting and she beats the crap out of him. She tells him to tell his boss (her ex-husband) that she's not coming back and she's not running.
Alicia (Julianna Margulies) is with her kids Zach (Graham Phillips) and Grace (Mackenzie Vega) in another Illinois county with Zach driving when the police pull them over.
Long story short, the police officer wants the car. He runs a little scam where he seizes cars by claiming drugs. Alicia takes him to court to prove Zach innocent and between Alicia and Peter (Chris North) fighting for their son (remember, Peter's the big wig in Chicago being a Cook County State Attorney), the matter's resolved and Zach even gets a phone call of apology from the officer.
Before that, Alicia sits down for an interview she was late for. Remember, Peter wants to be governor. The interviewer wants to know about them living apart and the separation and other things. Alicia gives flat, one-word answers to the questions. Eli (Alan Cumming) is not pleased.
At the end, Alicia takes a bottle to Will's office to celebrate Will (Josh Charles) getting to practice the law again (remember, he's been suspended for six months). She sees him celebrating with Diane (Christine Baranski) and leaves the bottle on his reception area desk outside his office and walks off.
I have no idea. It made no sense. There's no way Alicia can think Diane and Will are involved. And if Diane's celebrating, why can't Alicia join in? The only thing I could think was the nonsense Diane put up about Will and Alicia and Alicia being afraid Diane would misinterpret the gesture.
Diane should be worried about the firm. It's going bankrupt unless it can generate 60 million in six months. Nathan Lane's joined the cast (and he's very good on the show) as the court-appointed overseerer.
Next episode, they're supposed to cut 30% of the staff.
The only other thing is Kalinda.
Her husband has hired the firm. And they know he's dirty. They don't know he's Kalinda's ex. They meet up in the building and end up in a very physical fight in the garage then they have sex and then Kalinda tells him they're still through. She says she'll keep the money (from the wall) as community property.
He doesn't appear ready to let go.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"