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Someone Give Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Son Joseph Baena A Western After He Shared Shirtless Pics On A Horse

Arnold Schwarzenegger's son, Joseph Baena, is a star in the making.
Tags: Religion, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Joseph Baena

Newsom gets his way on recall. Will it work?

In almost every aspect of the Sept. 14 recall election that is now mere weeks away, Gov. Gavin Newsom has had it his way. His most recent “victory” was in dissuading every other substantial (read: well financed) Democrat in California to stay off the list of candidates to replace him if the ‘yes’ side of the recall should win a majority vote. This was Newsom’s aim from the moment it became clear recall advocates would gather enough signatures to put the notion to a statewide vote. The tactic is ...
Tags: California, Opinion, Senate, White House, America, Sport, Soccer, Davis, San Diego, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Donald Trump, Gavin Newsom, Trump, Don, Oval Office, Kevin Faulconer

Recall candidate selling Southern California homes

Property records show that Anthony Trimino’s mid-century modern Rancho Mirage home sold for $3.35 million in March. Anthony Trimino’s longtime Ladera Ranch home is currently under contract. It was listed at $4.95 million in April. (Google Earth) California gubernatorial recall candidate Anthony Trimino and his wife Jennifer, seen here in 2016, have decided to sell the five-bedroom Rancho Mirage golf estate they bought in May for just under $2.5 million. It surfaced on the Multiple Listing ...
Tags: Business, New York, News, California, Housing, Sport, Soccer, Gop, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Interiors, Joe Jonas, Caitlyn Jenner, Southern California, Jennifer, Architectural Digest, Irvine

Activist Judge Sets Course to ‘Terminate’ Semiautomatic Firearms

How to “easily” modify your rifle into a “weapon of war”… (The Lawyer’s Second Amendment Society/ U.S.A. – -( “A judge says victims of the 2019 synagogue shooting in San Diego County that killed one worshiper and wounded three can sue the manufacturer of the semiautomatic rifle and the gun shop that sold it to a teenager,” the San Francisco Chronicle reported Thursday. “[V]ictims and families in the Poway synagogue shooting have adequately alleged that Smith & Wess...
Tags: Facebook, New York, Guns, California, Bill Clinton, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Resistance, Andrew Cuomo, Whoopi Goldberg, San Diego County, Smith & Wesson, San Francisco Chronicle, Protection of Lawful Commerce, Superior Court, Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, Poway

Conservative radio host Larry Elder comes to Norwalk to jump into California’s recall election

Larry Elder visits with supporters after entering the race for California governor in the recall election at the Norwalk Registrar of Voters on Tuesday, July 13, 2021. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Larry Elder supporters attend his announcement he’s entering the race for California governor in the recall election at the Norwalk Registrar of Voters on Tuesday, July 13, 2021. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Larry Elder visits with supporte...
Tags: Politics, Elections, News, California, Brown University, Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Turkey, Soccer, Gop, South Africa, San Diego, Fox News, Associated Press

Radio host Larry Elder enters California recall election

By Michael R. Blood | Associated Press LOS ANGELES — Conservative radio talk show host Larry Elder entered California’s Sept. 14 recall election on Monday, bringing a well-known voice on the political right to a muddled Republican field trying to oust first-term Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom. Elder, whose show is nationally syndicated, is a regular guest on Fox News. He’s dubbed the “sage from South Central” on his website, a reference to the area of Los Angeles where he grew up. In an interview...
Tags: California, Brown University, Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Gop, San Diego, Associated Press, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Doug Ose, Donald Trump, Black Lives Matter, Black, Caitlyn Jenner

Judge: Newsom won’t be listed as a Democrat on the recall ballot

Gov. Gavin Newsom will not be listed as a Democrat on the ballot for the upcoming recall election this September. That might sound absurd but it wasn’t clear until a Sacramento judge issued a decision late Monday afternoon whether the sitting governor’s party preference would be printed. The kerfuffle was the culmination of a bizarre case that started when Newsom’s attorney failed to file on time the paperwork affirming the governor’s party affiliation. It escalated when the secretary of state —...
Tags: California, Sacramento, Sport, Soccer, Gop, Davis, San Diego, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Caitlyn Jenner, Gavin Newsom, State, Weber, Schwarzenegger, Levinson, Gray Davis, Alex Padilla

‘The Offer’ Teaser Announces Production on the Paramount+ Series About the Making of ‘The Godfather’

  If there’s one thing Hollywood loves to make movies about it’s the making of Hollywood movies. The Academy eats that shit up and, as a cinephile, I can’t say I’m jaded against this trend just yet. Ed Wood, Argo (kind of), Shadow of the Vampire, The Disaster Artist, Singin’ in the Rain… the list of hits goes on and on. Paramount+ has a new title to add to the pile and it’s called The Offer, a miniseries that follows the behind-the-scenes exploits of producer Albert S. Ruddy as The Godfather wa...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, News, Trailers, Evans, Arnold Schwarzenegger, James Cameron, Robert Evans, Academy, Armie Hammer, Paramount, Miles Teller, Coppola, Elia Kazan, Ruddy

Cautious SCOTUS hedges on controversial topics

As it ended its term last month, the Supreme Court postponed a decision on whether it would hear a case challenging the use of race in college admissions. The premise for the delay was to request President Joe Biden’s Justice Department to submit its views on whether the court should take the case. Actually, the reason for delay was the court’s desire to keep the number of Supreme Court justices at 9. The court often decides whether to take a case or not without seeking advice from the Justice D...
Tags: Mississippi, Supreme Court, Congress, California, Opinion, Senate, US, Sport, Joe Biden, Harvard, Soccer, House, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Louisiana, Republican Party, Biden

Actually, more COVID restrictions resulted in greater economic harm

At our recent forecast update conference, we reported that the COVID-19 recession slammed California’s economy leading to a 9% loss in jobs in 2020 versus a milder loss of 6.7% in the U.S. In a recent article of mine published in COVID Economics, I showed that California suffered more job losses because of its aggressive COVID-19 lockdown policies. As measured by the Oxford University index, California’s 2020 annual average daily stringency score was 60.4 versus 50.2 for the U.S. That stringency...
Tags: Texas, California, Opinion, Sport, Soccer, Oxford, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Oxford University, Anaheim California, Guest Commentary, James L Doti, Chapman UCI

Why did tougher COVID restrictions help state economies?

In April 2020, with the pandemic in full swing, the Economist published: “A Grim Calculus: COVID-19 presents stark choices between life, death and the economy.” Soon Americans were blaming the lockdowns for recession and, in the words of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, “the destruction of millions of lives across America… without any corresponding benefit in COVID mortality.” Before the end of the year, some states, notably Texas, were ending COVID restrictions with the goal of improving their ec...
Tags: Florida, Texas, Sweden, California, Opinion, Washington, Virginia, America, Georgia, Sport, Soccer, Missouri, Finland, Ohio, Philadelphia, Arnold Schwarzenegger

Arnold Schwarzenegger’s ironic warning over climate change rhetoric

Former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger said recently that people have “tuned out” the climate change activism movement because it is “stuck in despair and confusion.” The activists are “wearing the public out” with their apocalyptic warnings of an “existential threat” to life on earth, Schwarzenegger warned in a speech at a climate summit he co-hosted in Austria. He said the focus should be on pollution from fossil fuels, “because that kills people.” Schwarzenegger knows storytelling. ...
Tags: Hollywood, California, Opinion, Barack Obama, Sport, Austria, Soccer, Un, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Thomas, Susan, Schwarzenegger, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change IPCC, AB, California Air Resources Board, Boogie

Sylvester Stallone And Arnold Schwarzenegger Reunite For First Time In Over A Year In Sweet Photos

It's always good to see Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger hanging out together.
Tags: Religion, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone

Call Arnold Schwarzenegger, Because Jingle All The Way’s Turbo Man Is Back In Stores

It's Turbo Time and it's not even Christmas yet!
Tags: Religion, Arnold Schwarzenegger

Should – and could – Gavin Newsom be recalled?

Does Gavin Newsom deserve to be recalled three years into his first term as governor of California? Now that the recall election has an official date, Sept. 14, the low-powered — or at least poorly financed — campaign to oust Newsom will face the governor’s lavishly funded defense. That includes billions of taxpayer dollars he’s doling out and highlighting in campaign ads to ingratiate himself with the voting public. Back to the main question. Does Newsom deserve to be fired? Yes and no. Certain...
Tags: California, Opinion, Sport, Soccer, Davis, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Gavin Newsom, Capitol, Legislature, Schwarzenegger, Dan Walters, Gray Davis, Newsom, Public Policy Institute of California, PPIC, Guest Commentary

Get ready for the Sept. 14 recall election

  It’s happening. After several attempts to trigger a recall election against Gov. Gavin Newsom since 2019, Californians now have a set date for deciding whether to remove the governor from office. Last week, Lt. Gov. Eleni Kounalakis announced the recall election would be held on Sept. 14. Will Gov. Newsom face the same fate as Gov. Gray Davis did in 2003? Will a prominent Democrat enter the race? Will Democratic voters rally to Newsom’s defense? Will Newsom benefit from a relatively early reca...
Tags: California, Opinion, Sport, Soccer, Editorials, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Doug Ose, UC Berkeley, Caitlyn Jenner, Gavin Newsom, Democratic, Kevin Faulconer, Gray Davis, Newsom, Public Policy Institute of California, Eleni Kounalakis

‘Transformers: Rise of the Beasts’ Will Draw Inspiration From ‘Terminator 2’ and ’90s Action Flicks

Director Steven Caple Jr. is tackling the next installment in the seasoned Transformers franchise with Transformers: Rise of the Beasts and is drawing inspiration from beloved ’90s action films for peak thrills. The 7th film in the franchise will channel the energetic nostalgia of the ’90s and hopefully ignite as many throwbacks as it does explosions. reported that director Steven Caple Jr. is setting Transformers: Rise of the Beasts in the ’90s. Caple stated that he loved how...
Tags: New York, Movies, Sequels, Peru, Harry Potter, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Quentin Tarantino, Paramount Pictures, Indiana Jones, MPC, Transformers, Cusco, Caple, Optimus, San Martin, Brooklyn New York City

Skip Mark Zuckerberg With A Flag And Instead Check Out Arnold Schwarzenegger's Heartfelt Fourth Of July Post

People celebrate the Fourth of July in very different ways.-
Tags: Mark Zuckerberg, Religion, Arnold Schwarzenegger

Terminator 2 at 30: groundbreaking sequel that led to CGI laziness

James Cameron’s show-stopping follow-up to his surprise sci-fi hit was a spectacular display of both stunts and soul but its major strides caused others to trip upHow do you kill the man who has everything? In broad strokes, this was the quandary facing James Cameron as he formulated plans for a sequel to The Terminator, the little action picture that rocketed him and star Arnold Schwarzenegger into the ranks of the industry’s most sought-after names. Related: Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves at ...
Tags: Film, Robin Hood, Culture, Thrillers, Arnold Schwarzenegger, James Cameron, The Terminator, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Science fiction and fantasy films, Action and adventure films

30 Years Later Sarah Connor Is Still Terminator 2: Judgment Day’s MVP

Ah, the summer of 1991. I remember it well. My family lived in Michigan at the time, and my dad was temporarily deployed for a year and currently stationed somewhere in Guam. Yeah, I was a military brat with military brat friends and spent much of that year exploring and playing in the nearby woods. Yet, while we were running around like idiots, one of the most exciting pop culture events was occurring at the local movie theater — and we had no idea. At that point, movies had yet to consume my ...
Tags: Movies, Robin Hood, Sci-fi, Action, Cameron, Aliens, Michigan, John, Arnold Schwarzenegger, James Cameron, Steven Spielberg, Sarah, Arnold, Hamilton, UK Ireland, Sarah Connor

Arnold Schwarzenegger Had A ‘Big Problem’ With James Cameron’s T2 Script, And It Makes Sense

James Cameron discusses the problem that Arnold Schwarzenegger had with the script for Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
Tags: Religion, Arnold Schwarzenegger, James Cameron

James Cameron Was High on Ecstasy and Listening to Sting When He Created John Connor

The history behind one of cinema’s best sequels is a wild one. In an oral history of Terminator 2: Judgment Day for The Ringer, director James Cameron, star Arnold Schwarzenegger, and others shared some previously-unheard tidbits about the making of the action classic. Cameron wanted T2 to be his Wizard of Oz There’s a pretty massive tonal difference between Terminator and its sequel. The first film is kind of an action-movie slasher, with Linda Hamilton‘s Sarah Connor serving as a machine...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Fox, Sequels, Cameron, Skynet, John, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Connor, James-Cameron, Ilm, Sarah, Arnold, Hamilton, Finn, The Terminator

Deadline To Submit Candidacy For California Recall Set For July 16

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Newsom’s Gamble: California Governor’s Recall Win Could Hinge On Jobs, COVID Cases

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP/CBS13) — California Democrats gambled by accelerating the date for the state’s Sept. 14 recall election that could cost Gov. Gavin Newsom his job. The hope is that the economy will continue to strengthen, coronavirus cases will remain low and the embattled governor can avoid any politically embarrassing missteps. The risk is that it doesn’t go that way over the next 10 weeks. The election date was formalized Thursday by Lt. Gov. Eleni Kounalakis, a Democrat and Newsom ally...
Tags: Congress, California, Los Angeles, Gop, San Diego, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Doug Ose, Republican Party, Republican, Donald Trump, Black, Caitlyn Jenner, Gavin Newsom, Cox, Legislature, Schwarzenegger

Unions, not parents, win on child care

  It’s an immutable law of government spending that if the government is paying for it, there’s a lobby pushing the government to pay more for it. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s contribution to the state’s history of spending increases now includes the first-ever union contract for child care workers. In 2019, he signed AB 378, legislation that enabled child care workers to unionize. Similar bills had been vetoed by governors Jerry Brown and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Last week, Newsom agreed to a contract bet...
Tags: Congress, California, Opinion, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Editorials, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jerry Brown, Gavin Newsom, AB, Newsom, Max Arias, Child Care Providers United, In February Newsom

Chris Pratt steps on Arnold Schwarzenegger's greatest line, emerges as 'Tomorrow War' alpha hero

Chris Pratt was chagrined he came close to his father-in-law's "I'll be back" line. Yet in "The Tomorrow War," Pratt is an action stud. Here's why.        [Author: USA TODAY]
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Chris Pratt swears 'The Tomorrow War' is not his 'Terminator,' says he 'pales in comparison as a hero' to father-in-law Arnold Schwarzenegger

Chris Pratt and co-stars talk about their new sci-fi thriller "The Tomorrow War."
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Schwarzenegger: Climate Activists Should Focus On Pollution

VIENNA (AP/CBS13) — Arnold Schwarzenegger on Thursday urged climate activists to offer a focused, hopeful message that targets pollution rather than turning off the public with “constant alarm which cannot be sustained.” The former California governor raised his past as the star of the “Terminator” films in an address to the Austrian World Summit in Vienna, an event he helps organize. Those movies, he said, portrayed a frightening, dystopian world but “focused on human will and on human hope.” “...
Tags: Politics, News, Climate Change, California, Vienna, Associated Press, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Donald Trump, Schwarzenegger, CBS Broadcasting Inc, Greta Thunberg

Will tax return rule scare off Gov. Newsom recall candidates?

Adam Papagan has no illusions that he’ll become California’s next governor by replacing Gov. Gavin Newsom in the recall election that appears headed for the ballot in September. A Los Angeles guide who leads tours of celebrity homes, Papagan has never held elective office. He doesn’t have a political consultant and has not yet secured the type of bank account necessary to raise money for a campaign. “Obviously, I’m not going to win,” he said. “I am just really curious how government works.” ...
Tags: Florida, Politics, Taxes, News, Republicans, California, Youtube, California News, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Gop, United States, San Diego, Green Party

Liam Neeson is as Surprised as You That He Keeps Making Those Action Movies

In 2015, Liam Neeson, the star of the Taken films, predicted he probably had “maybe two more years” of action films in him. In 2017, the actor implied that his action movie days might be behind him, only to immediately retract that statement and promise that he would “be doing action movies until they bury me in the ground.” Earlier this year, he seemed to change his mind once again, saying he had a couple more action films “in the pipeline and then I think that will probably be it.” But as the...
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