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Story by Chuck Tackett John & Yoko Lennon Were So Right   “Instant karma gonna get you. Gonna knock you off your feet. Better recognize your brother, everyone that you meet. Why in the world are we here? Surely not to live in pain and fear.” -John Lennon “Instant Karma” “Walking on thin ice. I’m paying […]

Story by Chuck Tackett Peninsula: Train To Busan 2 About 4 years ago, a South Korean horror film titled “Train To Busan” premiered at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. In 2017, this horror movie set a record as the first Korean film of 2016 to break the audience record of over 10 million theatergoers. For […]

Story by Chuck Tackett Republicans: Enough Of Your Gimmicks. Change Is Coming. Early last month, around March 5th, I wrote an article titled “Would An Alien Invasion Unite Us?” I was inspired by the Epix Channel’s new TV series “War of the Worlds”, and with my fondness of classic horror films of the 1930s-1950s, the […]

Story by Chuck Tackett The Virus Of Greed Today is Sunday, March 15th, as I am writing this article. News can change quickly, as you all know, so by the time this article comes out on March 26, then I am sure you will understand. I have just finished watching “AMJoy” on MSNBC. During her […]

Story by Chuck Tackett Pete Buttigieg: What A Difference A Gay Makes I am sure most of you are apprised of the fact that 2020 Democratic Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg ended his historic campaign for President on Sunday, March 1st, 2020. The million-dollar question of “Is the USA ready for an open LGBTQ+ individual to […]

Story by Chuck Tackett Would An Alien Invasion Unite Us? If you are my friend or a regular reader of my weekly Chuck’s Chat blogs, you are cognizant of the fact that I am a huge zealot of classic horror movies from the 1930s to 1950s. The 1950s horror movies delighted me the most. Don’t […]

Story by Chuck Tackett THE POLITICS OF FOOD “There is no more important time than right now to be telling stories about civics, politics, and culture through food. Food, after all, is the love language of our national discourse. Kitchen table civics and food politics have been absent from our dialogue at this level for […]

Story by Chuck Tackett The Evolution of Joaquin Phoenix “Stop. God, I feel so much gratitude right now and I do not feel elevated above any of my fellow nominees, or anyone in this room, because we share the same love, the love of film. And this form of expression has given me the most […]

Story by Chuck Tackett The Land Of Make-Believe I think I inherited my love of music from my father. When I was a pre-teen, my father had this jazz song in his collection by Chuck Mangione. It was called “The Land of Make-Believe.” Quite by accident, I came upon this article. The article was written […]

Story by Chuck Tackett Capitalism – Think Outside The Box “While you were so worried socialism would take away your freedoms, capitalism stole your passion, took your savings, sent your job overseas, robbed you of your health care, dismantled the educational system, and put you in debt.” Facebook post Recently, I was watching a couple […]