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Posted on 08/11/2005 10:40:51 AM PDT by jb6

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Charleton Heston
Charleton Heston
Charleton was ranked #28 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list. Charleton is the Co-chairman of the American Air Museum in Britain. Charleton was elected First Vice-President of the NRA in 1997 and was elected President in 1998, 1999, 2000, and 2001. Charleton was President of the Screen Actors Guild from 1966 to 1971. Charleton volunteered his time and effort to the Civil Rights movement in the 1960s, and marched alongside the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on a number of occasions. In the original (uncut) version of "King: A Filmed Record... Montgomery to Memphis" (1970), he appears as a narrator.
Charleton Heston at Harvard Law School

('')"> James Woods
James Woods
James grew up in Warwick, R.I. He graduated from Pilgrim High School there in 1965 near the top of his class and attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he majored in Political Science. James serves as a Reserve Los Angeles Police Officer. James has an IQ of 180 and scored a perfect 800 on his verbal SATs and a 779 on the math section.
"I love George Bush right now and I always have. I'm the only guy in L.A. who voted for him."
(',+James+(I)')">James Reynolds
James Reynolds
James is best known for his roles in Days of Our Lives and Generations. James served as a United States Marine in Vietnam.
('')">USO Launches New Celebrity Tour Program
(',+Bruce')">Bruce Willis
Bruce Willis
Bruce was born in Idar-Oberstein, West Germany and grew up in Penns Grove, New Jersey. Bruce attended Montclair State College in Montclair, NJ. Bruce's recording of "Respect Yourself" reached #5 in January of 1987. Bruce was named Man of the Year by Harvard University's Hasty Pudding Theatricals. In addition to acting, Bruce is a producer, a writer, and a composer.
(',+Bo')">Bo Derek
Bo Derek
Bo emerged as a political conservative when she campaigned successfully for George W. Bush during the 2000 Presidential campaign.
('')">Read Wilt's bio on
(',+Clint')">Clint Eastwood
Clint Eastwood
Clint was elected Mayor of Carmel-by-the-Sea, California in 1986. Clint was ranked #2 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list. Clint served in the U.S. Army. Clint was sworn in as parks commissioner for state of California at Big Basin Redwood Park, Santa Cruz, CA, 8 June 2002. Clint received an honorary Cesar award in Paris, France for his body of work. Clint received the Career Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival.
"Abuse of power isn't limited to bad guys in other nations. It happens in our own country if we're not vigilant."

"At Waco, was there really an urgency to get those people out of the compound at that particular time? Was the press going to make it look heroic for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms? At Ruby Ridge, there was one guy in a cabin at the top of the mountain. Was it necessary for federal agents to go up there and shoot a 14-year-old in the back and shoot a woman with a child in her arms? What kind of mentality does that?"

"Those in power get jaded, deluded, and seduced by power itself. The hunger for absolute power and, more to the point, the abuse of power, are part of human nature."
"I don't see myself as conservative, but I'm not ultra-leftist. You build a philosophy of your own. I like the libertarian view, which is to leave everyone alone."
('')">Patricia Heaton
Patricia Heaton
Best known as Debra Barone on Everybody Loves Raymond, Patricia is also the honorary chairperson of ('')">Feminists for Life
('')">Rick Schroeder
Rick Schroeder
Rick is best known for his roles n Silver Spoons and NYPD Blue, where he earned a Viewers for Quality Television Award nomination for Best Actor in a Quality Drama. Rick spoke at the Republican Convention in 2000. Rick has been an NRA member since the age of 16.
('')">Read Barkley Bites on
Born in Sweden but adopted by America, she is the consummate entertainer. One of the world's most glamorous and versatile superstars, she has twice been nominated for an Academy Award, won five Golden Globe Awards, and received five Emmy nominations. She draws sell-out crowds in Las Vegas, Atlantic City and Radio City Music Hall and is a three-time winner of the "Female Star of the Year" award given by the United Motion Picture Association.
(',+Emma')">Emma Caulfield
Emma Caulfield
Emma is best known as Anya Emerson on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer." Emma has been a recurring character on various shows, such as: "Saved By The Bell: The New Class," "Renegade," "Silk Stalkings," "Weird Science," "Nash Bridges," and "Beverly Hills: 90210." Emma found herself on the wrong side of Hollywood politics when she announced she was a big fan of Elizabeth Dole and would volunteer for her Presidential campaign.
(',+Pat')">Pat Sajak
Pat Sajak
Pat was born in Chicago, Illinois, in 1946 and attended Columbia College. Hired at his first job in broadcasting in 1967, he left college in 1968 to volunteer for the Army and was posted to Vietnam, where he served as a morning disc jockey on Armed Forces Radio. Following his discharge, Mr. Sajak's broadcasting career brought him to television station KNBC in Los Angeles, where he performed weather duties and hosted a weekend talk show. Wheel of Fortune creator Merv Griffin hired him to host the then-daytime game show in 1981, adding the syndicated evening version in 1983. Since then, the program has been the most watched show of any kind in syndication. Mr. Sajak's honors and awards include three Emmys, a People's Choice Award, and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In addition to his broadcasting career, he owns a radio station in Annapolis, Maryland, a television production company (in association with Sony Pictures), a music publishing company and a record label. He has performed readings with, and guest-conducted for, the Dallas, Pacific and Florida Symphony Orchestras, and serves on the boards of the ('')">Claremont Institute and the American Cinema Foundation.
('')">Read The Disconnect Between Hollywood and America by Pat Sajak
(',%20Arnold')">Arnold Schwarzenegger
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Born the son of a police officer in Austria, Arnold is the very definition of a self-made man. Arnold became a U.S. citizen in 1983. Arnold graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Superior with a major in international marketing of fitness and business administration. Arnold has received an honorary Doctorate from his alma mater, the University of Wisconsin Superior and from Chapman University in Orange, California. Arnold was ranked #20 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list. Arnold was recently elected Governor of California.
(',+Lisa+Kennedy')">Lisa Kennedy
Lisa Kennedy
Lisa is most famous as the host of the TV game show Friend or Foe. Less well-known is the pink Republican elephant tattooed on her upper left thigh.
"I think that people should have the freedom to do what they want with their lives, regardless of whether somebody else finds it to be immoral. There shouldn't be as many laws when it comes to things like marijuana. Gay people should be allowed to marry, it's not up to moralists to decide who people love."
"I dont believe in the kind of strict, totalitarian gun control that we have in this country, and I believe in free trade and open markets. People should decide what's right for them. I believe in liberty. The government needs to step aside."
"People feel that so much is taken from them that they have lost control. They don't understand why so much money is being taken out of their paychecks. Why can't they make decisions as to how to spend their money themselves? I'd like to see an itemized tax return. You check where you want your money to go. We'd have a set amount that goes to schools, highways and police officers. The rest you decide for yourself. You decide if you want to put your money in schools and whether it goes to primary education or secondary education or perhaps to offset student loans. Or, you might want to put more money in defense or hiring more police officers."
(',+Tom')">Tom Selleck
Tom Selleck
Tom received an honorary doctorate from Pepperdine University. He was chosen because of his outstanding character and ethic. He is a board member of the non-profit Michael Josephson Institute of Ethics and co-founder of the Character Counts Coalition. Tom was a member of the California National Guard and was activated for the Watts riots. Tom is a member of the NRA and has appeared in ads supporting the NRA. Tom received an Emmy for his role as Magnum P.I. Tom is a registered independent.
(',+Jesse')">Jesse Ventura
Jesse Ventura
In November 1990, professional wrestler turned actor Jesse Ventura was elected to a four-year term as mayor of Brooklyn Park, Minnesota. In November 1998, Ventura, as a member of the Reform Party, was elected Governor of Minnesota. Jesse is a former U.S. Navy SEAL.
"Love is bigger than government," Ventura, taking a break from his studies as a fellow at the Institute of Politics at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government, said at a State House news conference yesterday. "Government should not have the right to tell you who you fall in love with and who you want to spend your life with."

('')">Read Jesse's interview with Reason

(',+Shannen')">Shannen Doherty
Shannen Doherty
Best known for her roles on 90210 and Charmed, Shannen received quite a bit of heat from leftist Hollywood for leading the Pledge of Allegiance at the Republican National Convention.
"I'm a conservative. I was an avid supporter of Ronald Reagan; I thought he was fabulous."
(',+R.+Lee')">R Lee Ermey
R Lee Ermey
Best known for his role in Full Metal Jacket, R. Lee Ermey was in the Marine Corps for eleven years. He rose to the rank of Staff Sergeant, and his Marine service included one and a half tours in Vietnam. After injuries forced him to retire from military service, he moved to the Phillipines, enrolling in the University of Manila, where he studied Criminology and Drama. He has been nominated for a Golden Globe Award and has won the Best Supporting Actor Award from the Boston Society of Film Critics.
('')">Kim Serafin
Kim Serafin
You may know Kim from Spin City, The Single Guy or Boy Meets World. You may not know she served as Deputy Press Secretary to NY Mayor Rudolph Guliani. Kim was also an Honors scholar at New York University.
(',+James+Earl')">James Earl Jones
James Earl Jones
Best known as the voice of Darth Vader, James won Tony awards for The Great White Hope and Fences. James is graduated from the University of Michigan. James is a former Officer in the U.S. Army
"All people have to be prepared. If we are going to be the police, we also have to be the guardians. We can no longer play games."
"I was not against the war in Bosnia. I was against it taking so long. I was not against the war in Somalia. Again, it took too long, and we didn't finish the job. We should've stayed and finished the job. About this pending war, I just think we should've finished that war the first time."
('')">Cheryl Ladd
Cheryl Ladd
Cheryl is best known for her role as Kris Munroe on Charlie's Angels. Cheryl has also recorded two albums, Cheryl Ladd, and Dance Forever. Cheryl is the co-author (with her husband Brian Russell) of The Adventures of Little Nettie Windship.
Cheryl Ladd in Saudi Arabia in 2001
Cheryl Ladd in Saudi Arabia in 2001
(',+John')">John Malkovich
John Malkovich
John won an Obie Award in Sam Shepard's play True West, an Emmy for Death of a Salesman, an Academy Award nomination for Places in the Heart, and nominations for both the Academy Award and the Golden Globe for In the Line of Fire.
"America's left wing wants criminals coddled, and no one wants anyone punished," he says. "I would have no problem pushing the switch while having dinner."

"We're all going to die, so it should just be called the early death penalty."

(',+Heather')">Heather Locklear
Heather Locklear
Best known for her roles on Melrose Place and Spin City, Heather is the most sought-after television actress in Hollywood. "I think there are very few proven, successful television stars today, and there's no doubt Heather Locklear is one of them," NBC Entertainment President Jeff Zucker told Daily Variety. "She's funny, she's dramatic, she's lovable. She's a proven winner." In a "Parade" magazine article, the blue-eyed, blonde- haired actress admits she is part African and Native American. Locklear says her last name is very common to members of a tribe called the "Lumbee," and she traces her roots back to that tribe way back on her father's side. She attributes her Caucasian-dominated looks to her mother's side of the family, which is predominantly Scottish.
('')">See Heather Locklear go to Marine Corps Bootcamp with Marie Claire!
See Heather Locklear go to Marine Corps Boot Camp with Marie Claire!
(',+Drew')">Drew Carey
Drew Carey
This U.S. Marine Corps veteran lists himself as a Libertarian.
"The less [government] the better. As far as your personal goals are and what you actually want to do with your life, it should never have to do with the government. You should never depend on the government for your retirement, your financial security, for anything. If you do, you're screwed... That's all the government should be: Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines (laughs)." "I think a lot of people are afraid of freedom. They want their lives to be controlled, to be put into a box... Why should someone put a limit on how much fun I can have, how much I can accomplish?" -- interview in Reason magazine. "
(',+Kurt')">Kurt Russell
Kurt Russell
At the Cato Institute 20th Anniversary Banquet in 1997, Russell said he's been a libertarian for more than two decades.
(',+Barret')">Barret Swatek
Barret Swatek
Barrett is best known as Cheryl on the hit WB series "7th Heaven."
Barret with Sean Hannity
Barret with Sean Hannity
(',+Tracy')">Tracy Scoggins
Tracy Scoggins
Tracy is best known for her role as Captain Elizabeth Lochley on Babylon Five. The first time the public at large learned of Tracy Scoggins, she was three years old and the Galveston Daily News did a feature article on the youngest citizen ever to apply for and receive a library card. The following fifteen years saw numerous reports of Tracy's athletic accomplishments. Her parents home was filled with trophies from her victories, often for sports in which many told her she was too tall to excel (i.e. gymnastics, springboard diving). "There is no inspiration more powerful to me than the opposition of some joyless nay-sayer," she smiles, "so Hollywood provides the perfect setting for my prosperity." In addition to her film, television and stage work, Tracy takes on other projects that she believes in. This was made evident when she teamed up with Black Entertainment Television's popular talk show Other Voices host, Bev Smith, to host the video Rape is Not An Option. The video makes a convincing case for rape prevention, providing several highly effective, common-sense self-defense techniques which require no special skills. Rape is Not An Option was "Highly Recommended" in both Library Journal and Video Rating Guide. Known for her athletic prowess, Tracy was a natural to star in two workout videos. In Tough Stuff, which she also produced, she leads a plyometric workout with friends Marcus Allen, former world champion boxer Carlos Palomino and pro-beach volleyball player Randy Stoklos. The second video, Mind Your Body on ABC Home Video, combines a high energy workout with Tracy's motivational coaching.
(',+Edward')">Edward Hermann
Edward Hermann
It should not come as a surprise that the star of ('')">Harry's War is a Libertarian.
(',+John')">John Larroquette
John Larroquette
John won a record four Emmy's for his portrayal of Dan Fielding on Night Court. John is a member of the Libertarian Party.
(',+Denis')">Denis Leary
Denis Leary
Denis is a self-described libertarian. Denis founded the Leary Firefighters' Foundation charity in response to the Dec. 3, 1999 warehouse fire that killed six fire fighters in his hometown of Worcester, MA. His cousin Jeremiah Lucey was among the six heroic firefighters killed. Leary also established a second division of LFFF, the Leary Firefighters' Foundation Fund for New York's Finest in response to the FDNY's losses in the Sept. 11th attacks.
(',+David')">David Ruprecht
David Ruprecht
Libertarian David Ruprecht, former co-host of NBC's "Real People," is currently best known to television audiences as the host of "Supermarket Sweep." David also spent two years as Dan Ryan on "Days of Our Lives," before his recurring role on the hit sitcom of the 1980s "Three's Company." Television audiences also know Ruprecht from his frequent guest star appearances on a number of top-rated series, "Family Law," "Sisters," "Beverly Hills 90210," "Full House," "Family Matters," "St. Elsewhere" and "Moonlighting," for starters. He starred as Thurston Howell IV in "The Harlem Globe Trotters on Gilligan's Island," opposite John Huston in "Minor Miracle," with Cloris Leachman in "Perfectly Frank" and has also graced the Broadway stage. Ruprecht was also the radio voice in "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan." A member of the Writer's Guild of America, Ruprecht is also a Hollywood scribe with five episodes of the sitcom "Small Wonder" credited to his quill. He has sold two screenplays, "Finding Home," and "Charlie's Wake," co-written with Dick Christie.
(',+Aaron')">Aaron Russo
Aaron Russo
Aaron is a top Hollywood producer. His films -- which include "The Rose" (starring Bette Midler), "Trading Places," and "Missing Pieces" -- have received six Academy Awards and two Golden Globe nominations. He was the first producer in Hollywood history to command a $1 million fee. Russo has been remarkably outspoken in his opposition to run-amok government. In 1994 he attempted to launch a new political party, the Constitution Party, which had a platform almost identical in theme to that of the Libertarian Party. Shortly thereafter he produced and starred in a sizzling hour-long videotape, "Aaron Russo's Mad As Hell." In the tape -- which was sold via mail and also aired in some late-night "infomercial" spots -- Russo goes after government abuses in a slash-and-burn style, sometimes humorous, sometimes angry, sometimes poignant. Among the major targets are the IRS -- which stands for, he says, "It Really Sucks" -- the War on Drugs, the Social Security scam, and the FDA. In 1998 Aaron ran for the Republican nomination for governor of the state of Nevada. In 2000, he supported the Libertarian party.
"My principles are freedom for all people... I'm trying to wake up Hollywood. It's been a bastion of freedom but they're being deceived, suckered into this indoctrination of the federal government which is leading toward a totalitarian country. They've lost sight of individual liberty."
(',+Chuck')">Chick Norris
Chuck Norris
Chuck Norris is an Executive Producer of Walker, Texas Ranger as well as the actor in the title role. Norris is familiar to fans worldwide as the star of action films including The Hitman, Delta Force, and Delta Force II. He also starred in Missing in Action and its sequels, Firewalker and Sidekicks. Norris was born Carlos Ray in Ryan, Oklahoma. The eldest of three children, he helped his mother raise his two younger brothers in Torrance, California, where his family moved when he was 12. Norris joined the Air Force after graduating from high school. During a stint in Korea, he began to study the Asian martial art of Tang Soo Do. After returning home, Norris worked for Northrop Aviation and moonlighted as a karate instructor. Two years later, he was teaching full-time and running a number of martial-arts schools. In 1968, Norris became the Professional World Middleweight Karate Champion. He held the title undefeated until he retired in 1974. He is a black belt in Tang Soo Do and Tae Kwan Do, both Korean fighting arts. In 1969, he earned the Triple Crown for the highest number of tournament wins, and was named Fighter of the Year by Black Belt magazine. By the time he was 34, Norris had established 32 karate schools and had been a champion for six years. In 1996, he became the first Westerner to be awarded an eighth-degree black belt in Tae Kwan Do. Chuck is the author of the books The Secret of Inner Strength and The Secret Power Within - Zen Solutions to Real Problems.. He works for many charities, including the Funds for Kids, Veterans Administration National Salute to Hospitalized Veterans, the United Way Make-a-Wish Foundation, and Kick Drugs Out of America, a nonprofit organization he created to help battle drugs and violence in schools. Chuck campaigned for President Bush in 1998. Chuck received the "Veteran of the Year 2001" honor at the 6th Annual 'American Veteran Awards'.
(',+Gerald')">Gerald McRaney
Gerald McRaney
Gerald McRaney, star of TV's "Major Dad" and "Simon and Simon," is a USO veteran. The actor has traveled to what he calls some of the "world's garden spots" frequented by American troops. He's signed autographs and shaken hands with troops in Haiti, Somalia and other hotspots. During his USO travels, McRaney said he's often met up with the Army's 10th Mountain Division. "They're always deployed," he said. "If there's trouble going on, 10th Mountain is going to be in the middle of it. I visited with them in Saudi Arabia. I saw them in Somalia and then again in Haiti." Gerald was honored with the Audie Murphy Patriotism Award at the Spirit of America Festival.
Gerald with Defense Secretary William S. Cohen in March 2000.
Gerald with Defense Secretary William S. Cohen in March 2000.
(',+Fred+Dalton')">Fred Dalton
Fred Thompson
Most recognizable as DA Arthur Branch on Law & Order, Fred was elected in 1994 as a United States Senator from Tennessee.
(',+Kelsey')">Kelsey Grammer
Kelsey Grammer
"I think he [President Bush] makes a lot of sense and he's had some clarity when it was very important."

"The thing I most respond to in the political arena is people that actually don't play politics, and I think President Bush comes from a place that is sincere."
('')">John Gavin
John Gavin
John served as an Air Intelligence Officer with the U.S. Navy from 1952 to 1955. John was President of the Screen Actors Guild from 1971 to 1973. John also served as the US Ambassador to Mexico.
(',+Delta')">Delta Burke
Delta Burke
Delta Burke is best known for her portrayal as Suzanne Sugarbaker in CBS's Designing Women which ran for five seasons. Delta received two Emmy award nominations for Best Actress in a Comedy Series. Delta represented Florida in the Miss America Pageant, and won a talent scholarship, which she used to attend a two-year study program at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. Her first television role came after only one month of her arrival in Los Angeles. Delta starred in two mini-series, The Seekers and The Chisolms. Delta had the leading role in the series Filthy Rich and a starring role in HBO's first weekly series, First and Ten. Through her own production company, Perseverance, Inc., Delta produced and starred in the ABC television series Delta. Delta actually sang in the series and dyed her dark hair blonde for the role. Delta was reunited with Designing Women creator Linda Bloodworth Thomason when she starred in and produced Women of the House. Much of her time now is spent designing clothing and managing her New York company, Delta Burke Design, which is becoming very successful.
(',+Tony')">Tony Danza
Tony Danza
Tony received an Emmy Award nomination for a guest-starring role in the series "The Practice" and critical acclaim for his performance in the Broadway revival of Eugene O'Neill's "The Iceman Cometh." He is best known, however, for his loveable sitcom personae. Following a five-year run in "Taxi" (1978), he starred in "Who's the Boss?" (1984) for eight seasons. He also starred in the comedy series "Hudson Street" (1995) and "Tony Danza Show, The" (1997), for which he was executive producer.
(',+Robert+(I)')">Robert Klein
Robert Klein
Robert supports President Bush on the war against Iraq and the war on terrorism.
('')">Johnny Grant
Johnny Grant
Johnny Grant and Hollywood are synonymous. He is a two-time Emmy-winning television producer and host, who for 20 years, executive produced the nationally telecast "Hollywood Christmas Parade," the Ceremonial Mayor of Hollywood and Chairman of the Walk of Fame Selection Committee. He was the creator and producer of the "Welcome Home Desert Storm" parade and observances in Hollywood honoring America's fighting men and women from the Persian Gulf War. Television audiences around the world regularly see him dedicating stars on Hollywood's Walk of Fame and helping immortalize the world's greatest motion picture stars in cement in the forecourt of the fabled Mann's Chinese Theatre. Johnny is Hollywood's most recognized spokesman and its greatest booster. During World War II, while serving in the Army Air Corps, Johnny broadcast from Seymour Field, North Carolina, and was aired on his "alma mater" station WGBR. He also was heard over New York's WINS Radio, where he hosted a special daily show for the millions of servicemen and women stationed, living, and simply passing through New York City on military duty. The show was called "Strictly GI," and featured not only news of interest to the troops, but interviews with some of the greatest and most popular entertainment stars of the day. Johnny is one of the most enthusiastic, energetic and vocal supporters of the men and women of the United States Armed Forces. His service to his country includes 14 trips to Korea and 14 gut-wrenching tours to combat bases throughout Vietnam ... in all, a monumental 50 USO and personally organized visits to bring laughter, encouragement and the spirit of America to GIs overseas. Mr. Grant's 12th trip to Vietnam brought high praise from General Creighton Abrams, Commanding General of the U.S. Forces there, as he pinned Mr. Grant with the Army's Outstanding Civilian Service Medal. Since then, his amazing dedication to our armed forces personnel has been recognized with Distinguished Civilian Service Medals from the Department of Defense, Department of Army and Department of Navy on behalf of the Marine Corps. Mr. Grant spent Christmas of 1982 and 1983 entertaining Marines in Beirut, Lebanon, and was the only Hollywood personality to make two trips to visit our troops in Saudi Arabia during Desert Shield/Storm. Johnny made three visits to the Balkans to spend Christmas with the peacekeepers stationed there. During these trips, he had an opportunity to reestablish a long association with the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service by appearing on the Christmas Day Specials on the AFN in Frankfort, Germany, whose radio signal covers almost half the world. During both the Korean and Vietnam wars, Mr. Grant hosted daily hour-long disc jockey shows for AFRTS. Mr. Grant is a retired Major General in the California State Military Reserve, the all-volunteer backup and support force of the California National Guard. In 1982, the State of California showed its appreciation for Mr. Grant's 30 years of service by awarding him The Order of California, the State's highest honor. Governor George Duekmejian, in an unprecedented act, awarded Mr. Grant a second Order of California at the State Capitol in 1990. General Grant is also the recipient of the Meritorious Service Medal. Mr. Grant served as chairman of the California Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve. In this role, he headed the state-wide committee that assured members of the reserve forces that they would receive fair treatment by their employers, would not be penalized for absences for military service, and would be guaranteed their old jobs after demobilization. Bob received the General Matthew B. Ridgeway Award for patriotic and valorous service above and beyond the call of duty. Among his other major awards are The Variety Club's Heart Award, an Honorary Doctorate of Laws from Pepperdine University, Childhelp USA's Annual Sweetheart Award, Holland's Golden Heart Award for his service to the Walk of Fame/Europe, The Order of Merit from Russia and the USO's Distinguished American Award, which puts him in th company of President Gerald Ford, General of the Army Omar N. Bradley, Bob and Dolores Hope, Gene Autry, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, Nancy Reagan and General James Doolittle. On December 5, 1997, Mr. Grant was the first recipient of USO's highest honor -- The Spirit of Hope Award -- presented to him aboard the USS Intrepid.
(',+Richard+Lee')">Richard Lee Jackson
Richard Lee Jackson
Richard played Ryan Parker on the NBC television series "Saved by the Bell: The New Class," and has had a recurring role on Lifetime's series "Any Day Now." Richard and his brother Jonathan campaigned for President Bush in 2002.
(',+Jonathan')">Jonathan Jackson
Jonathan Jackson
Jonathan won three Emmy's for his role as Lucky Spencer on ABC's "General Hospital." He also co-starred with Michelle Pfeiffer and Treat Williams in the movie "Deep End of the Ocean." Jonathan and his brother Richard campiaigned for President Bush in 2002.
(',+Fred')">Fred Grandy
Fred Grandy
Fred graduated from Harvard in 1970 and was an aide to U.S. Representative Wiley Mayne in 1970 and 971. Fred then wet into acting and is best known for his role as Gopher on The Love Boat. Fred then served in the U.S. Congress as a Republican Representative from Iowa from 1987 to 1995.
('')">Connie Stevens
Connie Stevens
Connie's international reputation has made its mark in show business history, having performed for 4 U.S. Presidents at the White House and the Kennedy Center, and her dedication overseas for the U.S. Military in Vietnam and the Persian Gulf as one of Veterans Across America's all time favorites. Connie continues to headline in Las Vegas and continues to perform in live concerts in Atlantic City, New York, Los Angeles, and every other major concert venue worldwide. Connie's first documentary film, "A Healing", shot in Vietnam has won 4 film festival awards dedicated to the women and the young warriors of Vietnam. She produced, directed, and edited with proceeds going to many Veteran charities. It is this tireless work and support to others that brought Connie the coveted 1991 'Lady of Humanities" award from Shriners Hospital and "Humanitarian of the Year" by the Sons of Italy in Washington.
(',+Dixie')">Dixie Carter
Dixie Carter
Dixie is best known for her roles as Julia Sugarbaker on the long-running comedy hit, Designing Women, and more recently as Randi King, the smart, sharp tongued lawyer with a southern rasp on Family Law. In addition to her many television credits, Ms. Carter also has an extensive theater background and began her acting career at the Front Street Theatre in Memphis. Born in McLemoresville, Tennessee, Ms. Carter attended the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and Rhodes College in Memphis, from which she has since received an honorary doctorate. She is a graduate of the University of Memphis. Dixie identifies herself as a Libertarian.
"...this will make all my friends in Tennessee mad at me if they hear this. But, we should be talking about, should we legalize prostitution and legalize drugs. I mean, we've lost the drug war. And probably we've lost the war against prostitution because it continues to go on."
('')">JJ Walker
Jimmie "JJ" Walker
The term "maximizing one's potential" could have been coined to describe the life of Jimmie Walker, who strode out of the New York ghetto first to educate himself and then to become one of the best-known television personalities in the United States. Walker was born June 25, 1947, in the depths of New York's South Bronx, famed for burnt-out buildings, pervasive neglect and disrepair but, to a very young boy, it was nothing more than "the neighborhood." Walker has been doing hard-hitting political and issue oriented talk radio for over a quarter century and has worked for a number of stations around the country, including "710 Talk in LA," WHIO in Dayton Ohio, WOAI in San Antonio, and WLS in Chicago. Jimmie 'JJ' Walker can be heard on HuskeRadio 1290 KKAR in Omaha, NE from 3pm to 6pm every weekday. Walker currently tours the country 25-30 weeks a year doing his stand-up comedy, and also performs on late night T.V. and game shows. In his spare time he writes scripts for T.V. and movies.
('')">Read Jimmie's political views on
Read Jimmy Walker in ('')">Jewish World Review
Jimmie giving the Liberterian party the thumbs up!

(',+Dale')">Dale Dye
Dale Dye
Dale graduated as a cadet officer from Missouri Military Academy and enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps in January 1964. Dale served in Vietnam in 1965 and 1967 through 1970, surviving 31 major combat operations. He emerged from Southeast Asia with numerous decorations, including a Bronze Star for valor and three Purple Heart medals for wounds suffered in combat. Dale spent 13 years as an enlisted Marine, rising to the rank of master sergeant. He was chosen to attend officer candidate school and was appointed a warrant officer in 1976. He later converted his commission and was a captain when he was sent to Beirut with the multinational peacekeeping force in 1982-83. He served in a variety of assignments around the world and along the way managed to graduate with a BA degree in English from the University of Maryland. Dye worked for a year at Soldier of Fortune magazine after his retirement in 1984. He spent time in Central America, reporting and training troops in guerrilla warfare techniques in both El Salvador and Nicaragua before leaving the magazine in 1985 and heading for Hollywood. He is the founder and principal of Warriors, Inc., which provides technical advisory services to the entertainment industry worldwide. Services included performer training, research, planning, staging and on-set advisory for directors and other key production personnel.
('')">Jim Nantz
Jim Nantz
Serving as lead play-by-play announcer for CBS Sports' college basketball coverage for 12th consecutive season, Jim has called play-by-play on more network broadcasts of Final Four and championship game than any other announcer in history of Tournament. Jim also co-hosted Tournament and hosted Final Four for five years (1986-90) Jim earned 1998's National Sportscaster of the Year Award. Jim joined CBS Television Network in 1985 as host of college football studio show and currently serves as anchor of The NFL Today. Jim earned a degree in radio/television in 1981 from University of Houston. Jim received an honorary doctorate of humane letters from his alma mater in May 2001 in recognition of his contributions to his profession and university. Jim was also a news anchor at KSL-TV Salt Lake City.
(',+Bob')">Bob Gale
Bob Gale
Bob was the genius behind the hit trilogy Back to the Future. Bob is a talented writer and producer whose work also includes episodes of Tales from the Crypt and the editions of the Marvel comic book Daredevil.
"I'm a registered Republican...and very anti-Communist from way back."
Read ('')">An interview Bob Gale at (Back to the Future)

(',+Lionel')">Lionel Chetwynd
Veteran writer-director-producer Lionel Chetwynd has been nominated for five Writers Guild Awards, for The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz (in 1975), Joseph (1996), Kissinger and Nixon (1997), Color of Justice (1999) and Varian's War (2002). He won in the Best Comedy Adapted From Another Medium category for Kravitz, which also earned him a Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar nomination. He was nominated for Best Writing in a TV Dramatic Program Gemini Award for Kissinger and Nixon. Chetwynd is that rarity in Hollywood, a political conservative, and President Bush recently appointed him to the President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities.
Read ('">An Interview with Lionel Chetwind at the Writers Guild of America
('')">Adam Sandler
Adam Sandler
('')">Check out Adam's message to the troops from the official Adam Sandler web site.
('')">Michael Moriarty
Michael Moriarty
The award-winning actor and pianist-composer advocates libertarian goals. He condemns the federal government as an emerging police state, citing Waco and Ruby Ridge as examples, and he supports drug legalization. Moriarty is an Emmy, Tony and Golden Globe award winning actor, as well as a classical and jazz pianist with three CDs released.

Read ('')">The individualist party: Michael Moriarty's vision

('')">Robert Duvall
Robert Duvall
Academy Award winner Robert Duvall has been called "the hippest man in America" by George Magazine. Bobby served in the Army and was released from active duty as a Private First Class having been awarded the National Defense Service Medal. Bobby's politics are fiercely independent and refreshingly well-thought.
I always find that there is a catch with people like her, some form of hypocrisy, Barbra Streisand won't go to Colorado because they passed a law that was a little prejudicial to gays, but I'll bet she'll go to Havana, Cuba, where they quarantine gays.
It's very easy for people in Hollywood or Hyannisport or these rich enclaves to say so-and-so should be penalized for not hiring certain minorities. But Hollywood is the most anti-affirmative action town in America. You name me one black or Hispanic head of a studio or agency. They may throw out a token. But they shouldn't criticize General Motors when they're worse.
Oliver Stone says Hollywood is the most democratic town in America. If it's so democratic, why isn't there a policy that allows any actor to go up to the front gate of a studio and try out for any movie? It's a caste system.
One guy asked me, 'How can you be an actor and be a Republican?' I can vote either way. But how can you boil it down to [political affiliation]? All the atrocities against blacks in the South were committed by Democratic sheriffs.
In some people's eyes, a guy who stays in the ghetto and beats his wife and votes Democratic is better than someone who votes Republican. It's another form of keeping the blacks down.

('')">Glenn Ford
Glenn Ford
Glenn Ford is a legend. A talented and versatile performer equally at home in both drama and comedy, Mr. Ford brought a calm assuredness to the screen and was often cast in roles that required the hero to show courage and grace under pressure. He is probably best known for his work in oaters and was inducted into the National Cowboy Hall of Fame by the Western Heritage Museum. While I enjoy Mr. Ford in westerns, my favorites are his work in A Stolen Life (1946) opposite Bette Davis, his acclaimed performances in the film noir classics Gilda (1946) and The Big Heat (1953) and his performance as a dedicated teacher in Blackboard Jungle (1956). During his service with the Marines in World War II, he helped build safe houses in France for those hiding from the Nazis. Mr. Ford also served two tours of duty in Vietnam and is the only actor to have served with both the Green Berets and the French Foreign Legion. Among his numerous medals and commendations are the Medal of Honor, presented by the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the French Legion of Honor Medal for his service in World War II, two commendation medals from the US Navy and the Vietnamese Legion of Merit.

('')">Danny Aiello
Danny Aiello
A lifelong resident of New York City, Danny Aiello began acting in his mid 30's and set the tone for his career by immediately earning a Theatre World Award for his debut in "Lamppost Reunion." With a reputation for no-holds-barred stage and screen performances which are brimming with honest emotion, Aiello's portrayal of Cher's jilted fiance in Moonstruck endeared him to film audiences. As 'Sal' in Spike Lee's Do The Right Thing, Aiello received unanimous acclaim including Academy Award and Golden Globe nominations for Best Supporting Actor, and was named Best Supporting Actor by the Los Angeles, Boston and Chicago Film Critics Associations.

Hailing from a working class family, Danny and his six siblings were raised almost single-handedly by their mother. From early childhood, Aiello worked an endless series of jobs including selling newspapers and shining shoes at Grand Central Station. As a teenager, he served a three-year stint in the Army, where he was stationed in Germany. Upon his return to the States, he became so caught up in a decidedly working class existence that being an actor was the furthest thing from his mind.

When he was laid off from his position as the President of the Greyhound Bus Union in his mid-30's, Aiello landed a job as a bouncer at New York's comedy club, The Improvisation, and began to fill-in as an emcee. In spite of the fact that he had never even seen a play, he had an instinct that acting might make for an interesting career.

With absolutely no formal training, his award-winning debut performance in "Lamppost Reunion" led to a number of prominent theatre credits including "Knockout," Woody Allen's "The Floating Light Bulb," and "The House of Blue Leaves." He received an Obie Award for his starring role in "Gemini" -- a role he later recreated on Broadway. He also received a Faberge Award and two Jefferson Nominations for "That Championship Season." Additionally, he received unanimous critical acclaim and an LADCC Best Actor Award for his "on-the-edge" portrayal of 'Phil' in the L.A. debut of "Hurlyburly." His last stage appearance was the 1993 national tour of Tom Dulack's hit comedy, "Breaking Legs," in which he played a "godfather" who becomes the unlikely investor in a prospective off-Broadway show.

Though his work tends to take him away from home for extended periods of time, Aiello devotes as much time as possible giving back to his own community. His many charitable endeavors include public service announcements for Covenant House (a mobile unit that provides food, shelter health care, counseling, education and job training to homeless teens) the United Way of Bergen County, NJ, and the Salvation Army. In addition, Aiello is actively involved with Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, the Hole in the Wall Gang (Paul Newman's Connecticut based organization that helps children with catastrophic diseases), and the Frances Aiello Day Treatment Center in Brooklyn, (an organization named after Aiello's late mother that treats young adults and children who cannot see or hear.)

"My entire family were Democrats all our lives. But because how furious I was about the previous administration and the particular person running that administration," he said, obviously referring to Bill Clinton, "I turned in my card to become a Republican because I did not want to be known as a Democrat under that person's regime. I'm a traditionalist. I have certain values that I live by, and he practices none of those things, so he can never be what I consider to be a great man." "But I don't go around saying he's not my president. He's out of office now, so I can say that I never truly accepted him in my heart. And I'll never say anywhere down the line, I'll never reflect back on this moment in time and say it was a good period for the American people. Because the economy was good, anything goes, and that troubles me." -- Danny Aiello on WABC Radio
"I think many of them (Hollywood liberals) are very comfortable with money and don't have to subject themselves to anything other than say, hey – maybe I'm guilty for having all this, and I want to make believe I'm splitting it with the less fortunate." -- Danny Aiello on WABC Radio
Read A Decent Man in Hollywood at

('')">Gary Sinise
Gary Sinise
Gary Sinise was born in Blue Island, Illinois. His family later moved to Highland Park, where he attended high school. He was something of a rebel, playing in bands but paying little attention to school. Gary and some friends tried out for "West Side Story" as a lark, but Gary was hooked on acting for life by closing night. Gary credits his love for theatre to his drama teacher, Barbara Patterson. In 1974, Gary, Terry Kinney, and Jeff Perry founded the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago. Initially performing in a church basement, the company grew and gained stature in the Chicago area. In addition to acting in many plays, Gary also directed some of Steppenwolf's most notable productions, including Sam Shepard's "True West". The company made its Broadway debut with that production, starring Gary and John Malkovich. Gary's Hollywood career also started in the director's chair with two episodes of the stylish TV series "Crime Story" followed in 1988 by the feature "Miles from Home" starring Richard Gere. Gary's first feature film as an actor was the World War II fable "A Midnight Clear" in 1992. That year also found Gary combining his acting and directing talents with the critically acclaimed "Of Mice and Men". His first real notice by the public came in 1994, however. He starred in the blockbuster miniseries "The Stand", rapidly followed by his bravura performance as Lt. Dan in "Forrest Gump". His portrayal of the disabled, emotionally tortured veteran earned Gary numerous awards and an Oscar nomination. Busy 1994 was followed by busy 1995, first reuniting with Tom Hanks in "Apollo 13" and then starring in the HBO film "Truman" which earned him the Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Awards and an Emmy nomination. Gary is married to Moira Harris, an actress and original member of the Steppenwolf company. They have three children, Sophie, McCanna, and Ella. Gary's father is the film editor Robert L. Sinise, A.C.E.
One of those who regularly picks up the phone to volunteer his time is actor Gary Sinise, who, this year, has been to Kuwait, Iraq, Qatar, Italy, Germany and Fort Stewart, Georgia. Now he's back in Iraq, spending his Thanksgiving vacation shaking hands and talking with the 5,000 soldiers and Marines at one of the USO-sponsored events. Instantly recognizable from his roles in such movies as Forrest Gump, Apollo 13, Truman and dozens of others, Sinise is a favorite among the troops and a strong supporter of the USO, which some people describe as "an island of tranquility in a sea of madness." -- Oliver North writing about Gary Sinise
Gary is active with Operation Iraqi Children, a grassroots program to provide concerned Americans with the means to reach out the the Iraqi people and help support our soldiers' attempts to assist them.
Read about Gary's trip to Aviano at the U.S. Air Forces in Europe News Service
('')">Jerry Doyle
Jerry Doyle
Jerry grew up in Brooklyn, N.Y., the eldest son of a police officer and a stay-at-home mom. He received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Aeronautics from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, while also receiving his flight training. After graduation, he joined the marketing and sales division of Falcon Jet Corporation. Active in the community, Jerry has served as Past President of the Easter Seal Society, Board of Trustees, Children’s Hospital and Board of Directors, Multiple Sclerosis. He has raised funds for many charities including Disabled American Veterans, UCLA Medical Center, Breast Cancer, Aids Walk-LA, Cystic Fibrosis and the Motion Picture and Television Fund. He has received numerous awards and accolades including Honorary F-16 Test Pilot, Honorary Naval Aviator and Distinguished Supporter of the Nation’s Space Program.

Jerry ('')">campaigned for Congress on the Republican ticket.
The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution must not be torn up. It is a promise made to us over 200 years ago by our founding fathers, proud and safe gun owners, to bear arms. Having said that, I have never owned a gun, I am not terribly fond of them, but I respect them and their power and so should all gun owners. My father taught me this years ago. He was a policeman who took the responsibility of demonstrating to me at a young age the power of a weapon. We went to a shooting range, he showed me what a gun could do and I respected it. There were never any problems. We must instill this in the people of our country, not by introducing thousands of new arcane laws, but by enforcing those good laws already on the books. It is wrong and shameful that some members of congress, like my opponent, are using guns as a negative political wedge issue to scare people this election year.

('')">Denzel Washington
Denzel Washington
Denzel Washington was born in 1954 in Mount Vernon, New York. He was the middle child of the 3 children of a Pentecostal minister father and a beautician mother. After graduating from high school, Denzel enrolled at Fordham University intent on a career in journalism. However, he caught the acting bug while appearing in student drama productions and upon graduation he moved to San Francisco and enrolled at the American Conservatory Theater. He left A.C.T. after only 1 year to seek work as an actor. With his acting versatility and powerful sexual presence, he had no difficulty finding work in numerous television productions. He made his first big screen appearance in Carbon Copy with George Segal. Through the 1980s he worked in both movies and television and was chosen for the plum role of Dr. Chandler in NBC's hit medical series "St. Elsewhere", a role that he would play for 6 years. In 1989 he won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of Tripp, the runaway slave in Ed Swick's powerful historical masterpiece Glory (1989). Denzel lives quietly in Los Angeles with his wife Pauletta and their 4 children. Cerebral and meticulous in his film work, he made his debut as a director in 2002 with The Antwone Fisher Story. Denzel is a spokesperson for the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, having been a member of the Boys Club once himself.
"You know, I haven't seen "Fahrenheit 9/11" because I live in America," he said. "I grew up here. I'm an ex-slave. I'm a result of what this country can do. So it's nothing new to me. I'm not surprised at all. It's just business as usual. What I want to talk about is what are we doing right now today for these young kids that – that are coming home? ... Are they getting the support and the love they need from us? And maybe that story is being told, but I sure haven't seen that much in the news."
Read the transcript of ('')">Denzel's interview with Katie Couric.
"I am where I am by the grace of God, but I haven't had to do anything other than just work hard to get where I am. I didn't get here from partying with the right people or doing anything other than working hard."


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KEYWORDS: conservatism; hollywood; hollywoodright; libertarianism; probush; promilitary

1 posted on 08/11/2005 10:40:53 AM PDT by jb6
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Chick Norris?

2 posted on 08/11/2005 10:45:24 AM PDT by JimWforBush (Alcohol - For the best times you'll never remember)
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3 posted on 08/11/2005 10:48:20 AM PDT by chasio649
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Interesting set of people.

Which is your biggest surprise? For me it was Kelsey Grammer.

4 posted on 08/11/2005 10:51:33 AM PDT by Madeleine Ward
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Forget about chuck norris. I want to know what party his toupee belongs to.
5 posted on 08/11/2005 10:59:28 AM PDT by flashbunny (Always remember to bring a towel!)
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Who'd a thunk Denzel Washington was a conservative? Neat.

6 posted on 08/11/2005 10:59:41 AM PDT by Alexander Rubin (Octavius - You make my heart glad building thus, as if Rome is to be eternal.)
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Charlton Heston (his first name doesn't have an "e" in it) no longer appears in public because he is in the early stages of Alzheimer's.

Charlton Heston is the reason I renewed my membership in the National Rifle Association after letting it lapse for a number of years.

To me, when Charlton Heston retired, the last real star left Hollywood. None of today's so-called "stars" are worthy to shine his shoes. God bless him and his family as they go through this trial.

7 posted on 08/11/2005 11:00:06 AM PDT by billnaz (What part of "shall not be infringed" don't you understand?)
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To: jb6

Visit the Conservative Hollywood

8 posted on 08/11/2005 11:01:30 AM PDT by Sentis (Visit the Conservative Hollywood
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wow.. love that malkovich quote.

9 posted on 08/11/2005 11:03:41 AM PDT by absolootezer0 ("My God, why have you forsaken us.. no wait, its the liberals that have forsaken you... my bad")
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To: jb6

Ron Silver belongs on this list!

10 posted on 08/11/2005 11:09:59 AM PDT by BonnieJ
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Grammer is a self proclaimed conservative and has appeared of television supporting the war in Iraq and the war on terrorism. Dixie Carter was a surprise for me. I still can't believe she's even a libertarian. But people change.
11 posted on 08/11/2005 11:14:06 AM PDT by poobear (Imagine a world of liberal silence.)
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Who'd a thunk Denzel Washington was a conservative? Neat.

I don't think I'd call this a list of conservatives. There are a number of them with quotes expressing support for gay marriage, for example. Seems to be some Kahleefoaneeah flavor of libertarianism to me.

Does anybody consider Jesse Ventura a conservative?

12 posted on 08/11/2005 11:34:15 AM PDT by TChris ("You tweachewous miscweant!" - Elmer Fudd)
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Dixie Carter is a surprise for many people because of her outspken liberal lines on the TV show Designing Women, which also starred delta Burke. Dixie appeared at W.'s inaugural party in 2000, saying that many people were surprised by her real-life views. I also think her husband, Hal Holbrook, is conservative.
13 posted on 08/11/2005 12:10:52 PM PDT by TheBigB (Gum would be perfection!)
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Wasn't Bloodworth-Thomason the writer/producer of that show? (Big libs, Clinton supporters) That's why there was so much drivel in the early '90's about "finally a Democrat is in the White House" line Dixie had to repeat. Well, good news anyway and yeah, Holbrook might be conservative. He's certainly within the age group when MOST of Hollywood was conservative.
14 posted on 08/11/2005 12:43:53 PM PDT by poobear (Imagine a world of liberal silence.)
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The R. Lee Ermey section needs correcting. He never served in Vietnam, but IIRC was a DI to many who did.

15 posted on 08/11/2005 12:45:31 PM PDT by GreenLanternCorps ("Dude, you've got some... Arzt on you..." - Hugo "Hurley" Reyes)
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Thank you for the correction on the spelling of Chuck Heston's name. That was quite embarassing.

R. Lee Ermey arrived in Vietnam in 1968 and spent 14 months attached to Marine Wing Support Group 17.

16 posted on 08/16/2005 12:48:09 AM PDT by FortLiberty
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James Earl Jones! Oh Hell Yeah! One of my favorites.

17 posted on 08/16/2005 1:05:19 AM PDT by WestVirginiaRebel (Carnac: A siren, a baby and a liberal. Answer: Name three things that whine.)
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It is a list of hollywood people for liberty. Not a list of hollywood conservatives. Although I am sure the two overlap to some degree.

18 posted on 08/16/2005 1:15:28 AM PDT by ran15
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