Brad Jackson is a writer and radio personality whose work has appeared at ABC, CBS, Fox News, and multiple radio programs. He was the longtime host and producer of Coffee & Markets, an award-winning podcast and radio show with more than 1500 episodes. Guests included politicians, Wall Street experts, best-selling author Brad Thor, economist Art Laffer, journalists Michael Barone, Jim Pethokoukis and Andrew Malcolm, as well as Super Bowl-winning quarterback Drew Brees. Brad covers all things edible and cultural for The Federalist. You can find him on Twitter and Instagram at @bradwjackson.
After several years on the back burner, Disney Plus finally gives fans long-awaited closure with the final season of ‘Clone Wars’ and it does not disappoint.
It’s May 4, Star Wars Day, so Disney has graced us with some new content in the new series ‘Disney Gallery’ from the galaxy far, far away on Disney Plus.
Called a ‘New Dylan’ when he came onto the music scene, John Prine has penned some of the greatest country and folk songs of the last 50 years.
If you can’t find a fancy rib roast or chicken at your local plague-ravaged market, grab a can of Spam and make some tasty Spam fried rice.
While we’re all stuck in quarantine, let’s face it, we’re watching a lot of TV. With no live sports to watch, you’re undoubtedly looking for something to stream. I’ve got you covered.
It’s like they went to the woke checklist to check every single box, stir in the appearance that everyone who lives in Texas is a racist pig, and spit out a terrible television show.
The final episode in season one of Star Wars’ “The Mandalorian” features an Imperial Flame Trooper, Baby Yoda on a speeder bike, and a shootout to end all shootouts.
The final installment of Disney’s Star Wars saga lacks the energy, hope, and joy of the original films. Full of ups and downs like a roller coaster, but all built on a boring story.
This week’s penultimate episode of “The Mandalorian” finds Mando and Baby Yoda reunited with their few allies, taking on new beasts and old enemies alike.
‘The Mandalorian’ is back for another adventurous episode, ‘The Prisoner,’ packed with more guest stars than you can shake a Twi’lek’s lekku at.
In this week’s episode of “The Mandalorian,” Mando and Baby Yoda encounter a mysterious, but possibly familiar character.
Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni’s Star Wars masterpiece, “The Mandalorian” on Disney+ delievers the show fans want. Here’s what happend on the latest episode.
The first episode of ‘The Mandalorian’ is full of Easter eggs and callbacks to the rich history of Star Wars, and with Dave Filoni as the director, you can bet some of them are deep, deep cuts in the lore of that galaxy far, far away.
With the launch of Disney Plus, Star Wars fans are getting their first taste of live-action Star Wars since that troubled ‘Solo’ origin flick.
The themes about growing up are relatable, the nostalgia is real, and the monster-fighting remains legitimately scary. ‘Stranger Things 3’ is excellent.
For a man who thought just a few years ago that he might never play the game of golf again because of intense back pain, this is truly a comeback for the ages.
Lando Calrissian and Emperor Palpatine are coming back. Plus, TIE fighter battles and the wreckage of the Death Star. Let the speculation begin!
When we drove out Whidbey, it was easy to slip back a few decades to the days of Detroit Tiger hats, G.I Joes, and chasing the setting sun.
Don’t go pouring kegs of Bud Light into a bathtub in your dorm and think you can woo a girl with a ‘beer spa experience.’ The real deal is in Iceland.
With the final season of ‘Game of Thrones’ less than a year away, it’s time for a solid rewatch of the entire series from start to finish.
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