Thought for the day

"If there is one basic element in our Constitution, it is civilian control of the military." -- Harry S. Truman


For many, the Mission Impossible movies are fun action flicks that portray agent Ethan Hunt of the Impossible Mission Force (IMF) as he gallivants around the world to foil dastardly plots from evil supervillains. Ethan is cut from the same cloth as James Bond, and Jason Bourne (subtle alliteration, I know), except this series, doesn’t bother with the moral ambiguity of many, modern-day spy thrillers. It’s about high-speed chases, explosions, crosses, and doubles-crosses.

Disney looks set to become the next major corporation to freeze hiring and cut job after a second straight quarter losing over $1billion.

The news comes after a quarter where, despite their subscription gains, the company continues to lose in the streaming market, nearly doubling their fall year-on-year to $1.47 billion. 

Disney CEO Bob Chapek addressed the memo to Disney's division leaders, saying the company is instituting a targeted hiring freeze and anticipates 'some small staff reductions' as it looks to manage costs.

Hollywood leftist sisters Patricia and Rosanna Arquette are the latest “woke” celebrities to leave Twitter in protest of new owner Elon Musk’s plans to restore free speech on the platform.

As of Thursday morning, the accounts of both siblings — @RoArquette and @PattyArquette — are no longer accessible.

However, it is unclear whether the actors were banned by Twitter or shut down their accounts voluntarily.

The Arquettes’ profiles now just display an error message that says: “This account doesn’t exist.”

“Westworld” has come to an end.

After four seasons, HBO announced on Friday that the cerebral sci-fi drama will not return to television, The Post has confirmed.

Warner Bros. Discovery — the cable network’s new parent company — cited the shows hefty production costs paired with dwindling viewership,

Webmaster addition: I would be watching if HBO+ worked better!

Kyrie Irving was suspended by the Brooklyn Nets on Thursday for failing to apologize profusely enough for sharing a link to an "anti-Semitic" documentary, even though he pledged to work with the Anti-Defamation League to fight "hate" and pay them a $500,000 "donation" to get off his back just one day ago.

Israeli Ambassador Gilad Erdan boasted on Thursday night that the African-American basketball star "was put in his place."

Kanye "Ye" West on Thursday returned to Twitter and shared scandalous texts purportedly from his Jewish trainer Harley Pasternak telling him to "please apologize to my people" or else he'll have him "institutionalized again where they medicate the crap out of you, and you go back to Zombieland forever."

"Play date with the kids just won't be the same."

The New York attorney general's office released a sweeping report Wednesday that detailed an elaborate cover-up at the highest levels of CBS in late 2017 and 2018 to try to contain allegations of sexual harassment by former chief Leslie Moonves.

The report comes five years after a Los Angeles Police Department captain tipped off CBS executives, telling them a woman had come to the department's Hollywood station to report that Moonves had allegedly assaulted her in the 1980s.