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  • The Democrat Party's Heart Disease

    01/20/2014 5:55:49 PM PST · by Noremac · 4 replies
    Blasted Fools.com ^ | January 20, 2014 | Richard Cameron
    Dr. Oz showed this on his program recently. It's what the heart of a Democrat looks like after years of lies, corruption and treachery. Don't let it happen to you. If you ever thought there was any reality behind the stale script of Democrats being the 'party of the disadvantaged' and, as a topping to the sundae - the party that disdains greed and materialism, I hate to be the one to break it to you. It's pure fiction and pretty much always has been. I've written on this subject before, and as we go forward in examining the...
  • Ben Affleck on Republican Actors: 'I Probably Wouldn’t Like This Person If I Met Him'

    12/09/2013 10:49:56 AM PST · by ColdOne · 56 replies
    newsbusters.org ^ | 12/9/13 | Noel Sheppard
    Just how much do many Hollywood liberals hate conservatives? In an interview with Playboy, Ben Affleck said, "When I watch a guy [on film] I know is a big Republican, part of me thinks, I probably wouldn’t like this person if I met him": PLAYBOY: You developed a political profile campaigning for presidential candidates Al Gore, John Kerry and Barack Obama. How did that come about? AFFLECK: I grew up in a house with a mother who was a teacher and a Freedom Rider—very left-wing Democrats living in a heterogeneous working-class neighborhood. I picked up a lot of those values...
  • Actor blames Boston attack on gun culture: ’2nd amendment must go’

    04/17/2013 9:15:17 AM PDT · by MissesBush · 29 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | 04/17/13
    Actor and comedian Jay Mohr waded into the gun debate on Twitter after Monday’s deadly terrorist attacks at the Boston Marathon. “What bothers me most about today is that we’re getting used 2 it. ENOUGH. 2nd amendment must go. Violence has 2 stop. Culture MUST change,” the Jerry Maguire actor tweeted Monday night. What bothers me most about today is that we’re getting used 2 it. ENOUGH. 2nd amendment must go. Violence has 2 stop. Culture MUST change. — Jay Mohr (@jaymohr37) April 15, 2013
  • Ellen Barkin Hopes Hurricane Kills 'Every Pro-Life, Xenophobic, Gay-Bashing SOB' At The RNC

    08/28/2012 11:10:17 AM PDT · by MissesBush · 63 replies
    Fox News ^ | 08/28/12
    (LifeSiteNews.com) - In the aftermath of the Family Research Council shooting, prominent voices on the Left have not tapped down their violent rhetoric against their opponents. Two Baby Boomer celebrities have taken to Twitter to hope pro-life, pro-family individuals and U.S. Congressman Todd Akin suffer a drowning or a same-sex rape, respectively. On Sunday, Ellen Barkin expressed her hope that Tropical Storm Isaac would smash up the Republican National Convention in Tampa and drown all its delegates. Â She retweeted the message of one of her followers that read: Come on Isaac! Wash every pro-life, anti-education, anti-woman, xenophobic, gay-bashing, racist...
  • Susan Sarandon 'I've had my phone tapped,' was denied White House security clearance

    04/23/2012 1:43:38 PM PDT · by MissesBush · 44 replies
    Daily Mail Online ^ | 04/23/12 | Lydia Warren
    Actress and left-wing activist Susan Sarandon has claimed she was recently denied security clearance for a visit to the White House - and that the government has been tapping her phone. The Oscar winner, who has vehemently condemned the war in Iraq, made the claims on Sunday during a Q&A session at the Tribeca Film Festival - an 11-day event in New York's Lower Manhattan. One audience member asked whether Sarandon, who was answering questions alongside documentary filmmaker Michael Moore, believed she was under surveillance by the government. 'We know we're under surveillance,' Sarandon said: 'I’ve had my phone tapped.'...
  • Roseanne Barr: Behead Bankers, Rich Who Won't Give Up Wealth

    10/02/2011 10:06:09 AM PDT · by MissesBush · 100 replies
    Actress, comedienne and now author Roseanne Barr shares her solution for dealing with the rich and how the banks could repay the money the U.S. government bailed them out with in 2008. "Part of my platform is, of course, the guilty must be punished and that we no longer let our children see their guilty leaders getting away with murder. Because it teaches children, you know, that they don't have to have any morals as long as they have guns and are bullies and I don't think that's a good message," Barr told Russia Today (RT). "I do say that...
  • Sure, they look blue, but are the Smurfs closet Reds?

    08/10/2011 10:31:26 PM PDT · by Beave Meister · 18 replies
    Washington Times ^ | 7/27/2011 | Patrick Hruby
    Pop quiz. Who uttered the famous maxim, 'From each according to his abilities, to each according to his needs?' A) Karl Marx B) Papa Smurf C) Both A and B The correct answer is “C” ...More evidence: The Smurfs replace everyday nouns and verbs with [a]...thought-controlling Newspeak lexicon to rival that of the totalitarian state in George Orwell’s “1984.” Papa Smurf wears red...
  • Sony Hosted Obama Fundraiser, Releasing Bin Laden Movie Before Election

    08/10/2011 9:27:20 PM PDT · by MissesBush · 60 replies
    The Weekly Standard ^ | 08/10/11 | Michael Warren
    There may be an overtly political reason that moviegoers will be seeing the story of the Osama bin Laden raid just before they vote for president. Sony Pictures, the company distributing next year's film, hosted a fundraiser for Barack Obama on their studio's premises in California last April. So far, Sony is the only major studio to hold a political fundraiser this cycle. According to Deadline Hollywood, Sony will release the bin Laden movie, directed by Academy Award-winning director Kathryn Bigelow, on October 12, 2012--less than a month before the presidential election. "The eyebrow does go up when you see...
  • Exploring the Hollywood Propaganda Machine

    05/31/2011 5:39:38 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 40 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | May 31, 2011 | Ben Shapiro
    Hollywood matters. It matters because we watch Hollywood product day in and day out. Your children spend six or seven hours at school, and couple of hours with their friends, and a couple of hours with you. They spend a full three hours with the television. You get home from work, kick off your shoes, and plop down in front of the TV, hoping simply to chill out. Instead, you get unmitigated liberalism pouring out of your TV. But you continue to watch because it’s great. It’s fun, thrilling, dramatic, or hilarious. We think it has no impact on us....
  • Danny Glover, thousands rally in support of Pocono Medical Center union (SEIU)

    05/15/2011 4:23:39 PM PDT · by RBW in PA · 27 replies
    Pocono Record ^ | May 15, 2010 | Christina Tatu
    Thousands of union workers descended on East Stroudsburg on Saturday for a rally attended by "Lethal Weapon" actor Danny Glover to support Pocono Medical Center's service workers. Union members from across Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Maryland and even as far away as Colorado attended the event organized by Service Employees International Union, organizers said. Danny Glover a no show at PMC protest todayThey estimated more than 4,000 attended the gathering held in front of East Stroudsburg University. Protestors wore purple shirts with the slogan, "Help fight the attack on workers' rights from Wisconsin to Pennsylvania."
  • Top 10 Most Obnoxious Hollywood Liberals (Mega Barf Alert ... naturally)

    05/15/2011 4:25:02 AM PDT · by Zakeet · 33 replies
    Human Events ^ | May 14, 2011
    Hollywood stars invariably get involved in the political debate from the left side of the spectrum. What better way to draw attention to themselves than to testify before Congress about the latest threat to humanity, even if their cause is laughable. It was hard to narrow it down to only 10, but here are the Top 10 Most Obnoxious Hollywood Liberals. 1. Sean Penn: The two-time Academy Award winner has traveled the world to denounce the country that made him rich and famous. He has been used as a propaganda tool by the Iranian regime, met with Cuban President...
  • babs $5000 tickets not selling so well to the little people

    06/30/2006 9:29:41 AM PDT · by edzo4 · 67 replies · 2,221+ views
    The Boston Herald ^ | June 30, 2006 | By Scott Van Voorhis
    Just call her money girl - Streisand tix demand off as price skyrockets By Scott Van Voorhis Boston Herald Business Reporter Friday, June 30, 2006 - Updated: 07:35 AM EST The days of being the music world’s top-priced ticket may just be memories now for Barbra Streisand. The 64-year-old crooner with a taste for trendy, lefty causes earlier this month rolled out grand plans for a 20-concert tour, her first in 10 years. But after taking a look at her ticket prices - including $5,000 deluxe packages - even Babs’ die-hard limousine liberal fans may be having second thoughts. And...
  • "Commander in Chief": Hollywood Endorses Hillary/Clark '08

    10/04/2005 8:46:39 PM PDT · by FrontPageMag.com · 17 replies · 902+ views
    Moonbat Central ^ | Oct. 4, 2005 | Ben Johnson
    The unreality of the weekly Hillary campaign commercial, putatively a TV series called "Commander in Chief" starring Geena Davis, enters Week 2, and Hollywood has made its choice: It's Hillary/Wesley Clark '08.As I noted in my column last week, the president’s VP choice is "General Warren Fitzgerald Keaton" (played by left-wing non-emoter Peter Coyote), a former Democratic VP candidate who was involved in the Balkan campaign. Davis says he "went to war and never lost a man" and "doesn't have a duplicitous bone in his body." In a flashback to the previous campaign -- with some unintentionally hilarious dialogue meant...
  • FraudFactor.com Movie Review: War of the Worlds or Snore of the Worlds?

    07/15/2005 6:43:51 AM PDT · by FraudFactor.com · 400+ views
    FraudFactor.com ^ | July 11, 2005 | Michael D. Robbins
    Snore of the Worlds(Make Snore, Not War) Don't Forget Your NoDoz! War of the Worlds or Snore of the Worlds? By Michael D. Robbins, FraudFactor.com By producing a re-make of the War of the Worlds movie, the pacifist anti-war Hollywood elitists have contributed yet another cure for insomnia, as well as a "war" movie where the Americans fight but cannot kill the enemy. Instead, the Americans suffer heavy civilian casualties and significant property damage. Then, in an anti-climax ending, the alien enemy is killed off by an acceptable "nonviolent" means - disease due to lack of immunity to the...
  • Warren "Bullworth" Beatty, "Am I a Girlie-man?"

    05/26/2005 7:52:09 AM PDT · by Dick Vomer · 37 replies · 1,016+ views
    LA Times ^ | 5/25/05 | Rachel Abramowitz, Times Staff Writer
    "I see nothing wrong with Maria [Shriver] becoming a Republican. I'd say many of my best friends are Republicans," says Warren Beatty, Oscar-winning actor-director and liberal citizen-activist.....not really joking. .............. Though Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's poll numbers have been dropping thanks ................................................. ..................much like the candid candidate Jay Billington Bulworth from his 1998 political satire. He derided the governor for "his reactionary right-wing agenda," "his bullying of labor and the little guy," his plan to spend money on a "totally unnecessary special election" and his refusal to raise taxes on the rich. Beatty asked Schwarzenegger to "cut down the photo ops,...
  • Give This Man Some Applause On His First Solo Grammy Nomination

    12/07/2004 3:07:44 PM PST · by My Favorite Headache · 20 replies · 802+ views
    Grammys ^ | 10-7-04 | my favorite headache
    Neil Peart of Rush nominated for his drum solo from Rush In Rio O'Baterista. Congrats Neil! Rock Instrumental Performance: "Instrumental Illness," The Allman Brothers Band; "Onda," Los Lonely Boys; "O Baterista," Rush; "Whispering a Prayer," Steve Vai; "Mrs. O'Leary's Cow," Brian Wilson.
  • Taking Sides: Kinsey (Warning, graphic content)

    12/02/2004 11:39:14 AM PST · by Mr. Silverback · 94 replies · 6,263+ views
    BreakPoint with Chuck Colson ^ | 2 Dec 04 | Chuck Colson
    “Never make judgments.” That’s what scientist Alfred Kinsey tells his research assistant very early in the new film about his life. Kinsey, as you know, was all about nonjudgmentalism. Throughout his career researching the sexual habits of Americans, his goal was to free society from the constraints of what the movie calls “morality disguised as fact.” And like its subject, the film attempts to be nonjudgmental—or, at least, that’s the ploy. Three scenes exemplify the supposed nonjudgmentalism. In the first, Kinsey tells his wife, nicknamed “Mac,” that he’s had sex with one of his male researchers. Though she’s devastated, he...
  • Kinsey & Ebert, At the Movies

    11/26/2004 12:26:19 PM PST · by McCormick Reaper · 36 replies · 4,002+ views
    Illinois Leader ^ | 11/19/2004 | Arlen Williams
    http://www.illinoisleader.com IL MEDIA UNSPUN: Kinsey & Ebert, At the Movies Friday, November 19, 2004 By Arlen Williams, media critic (arlen.williams@unspun.info) Alfred Kinsey's life is featured in a new film, "Kinsey," released this weekend.   The Chicago Sun Times' film critic Roger Ebert is a native of Downstate Urbana. Warning: This column is not suitable for children, nor some adults. OPINION -- A movie is now being shown that promotes one of the most evil and destructive figures in the 20th Century. The setting: not Berlin, nor Moscow, nor Peking . . . but Bloomington, Indiana. People of informed conscience...
  • What Kinsey wrought

    11/15/2004 8:25:07 AM PST · by RepCath · 13 replies · 1,229+ views
    U.S. News and World Report ^ | 11/15/2004 | John Leo
    The unending 50-year war over Alfred Kinsey and his sex research is about to flare up once again, thanks to the new movie Kinsey. The film manages to be fairly faithful to the biographies of Kinsey while sliding by or simply omitting a lot of negative material that might interfere with a heroic view of the man.
  • Rage Against The Keyboard! (Rex Reed on Kinsey/Polar Express)

    11/17/2004 12:22:52 AM PST · by weegee · 9 replies · 1,023+ views
    New York Observer ^ | 11/1/2004 | by Rex Reed
    In a bizarre week as polarized as the national elections, Kinsey, a movie about sex, is a masterpiece, while The Polar Express and Finding Neverland, a couple of Christmas trifles for children, are so full of sugar they could rot your teeth. If this is what they mean by "moral values," drop me off in Sodom and Gomorrah. More about Kinsey, the stunning, exhilarating and phenomenal biography of legendary, earth-shattering, scientific sex researcher Alfred Kinsey, down below. First, the G-rated family fluff: With all the talk about the revolutionary cinematic technology with which director Robert Zemeckis "created" The Polar Express,"manufactured"...
  • Sex and the scientist (Roger Ebert discusses Kinsey and attacks social conservatives)

    11/14/2004 8:12:12 PM PST · by weegee · 14 replies · 1,111+ views
    Chicago Sun-Times ^ | Nov 14, 2004 | Roger Ebert
    Alfred Kinsey has been dead for 48 years, and he still makes people mad. "Kinsey," a movie inspired by the life of the sex researcher, hasn't even opened, and here is an AP story about "indignant conservative groups" who think it is propaganda for the sexual revolution. ----------------------------------------------------- BY ROGER EBERT Sun-Times Film Critic / Nov 14, 2004 Alfred Kinsey has been dead for 48 years, and he still makes people mad. "Kinsey," a movie inspired by the life of the sex researcher, hasn't even opened, and here is an AP story about "indignant conservative groups" who think it is...
  • 'Kinsey' film opens to protest (in blue states); Neeson: character released 'genie from the bottle'

    11/12/2004 2:28:30 AM PST · by JohnHuang2 · 44 replies · 2,199+ views
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | Friday, November 12, 2004
    Fox Searchlight's first-run feature film on the controversial "father of the sexual revolution" opens in select "blue state" theaters today to the protests of traditional-family defenders who regard the late Indiana University professor Alfred Kinsey as a fradulent scientist who, more than anyone else, bears responsibility for bringing acceptance of promiscuity into the mainstream. Liam Neeson in "Kinsey" (Courtesy Fox Searchlight) On the latter point, the star of "Kinsey: Let's Talk about Sex" agrees. "Kinsey did release the genie from the bottle -- and you can't put the genie back in the bottle," Liam Neeson told Variety magazine. The film...
  • Sean Penn steamed over puppet satire (Team America: World Police)

    10/12/2004 2:44:04 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 51 replies · 4,335+ views
    Atlanta Journal Constitution ^ | October 12, 2004 | RODNEY HO
    The film doesn't officially arrive in theaters until Friday, but activist-actor Sean Penn is already spitting splinters over "Team America: World Police," the savagely satirical puppet movie created by "South Park" bad boys Matt Stone and Trey Parker. In the missive posted on the Drudge Report Web site, the thin-skinned thespian, whose left-leaning puppet persona gets horribly (but hilariously) mutilated in "TA," writes that the pair is "encouraging irresponsibility that will ultimately lead to the disembowelment, mutilation, exploitation and death of innocent people throughout the world." Penn wrote the letter in response to Stone's recent public statements mocking P. Diddy's...
  • The witches of ABC's The View Gang Up on Giuliani for Backing Bush

    09/01/2004 9:08:22 AM PDT · by crushelits · 55 replies · 5,063+ views
    Media Research Center ^ | 09-01-2004 | Jessica Anderson
    Hosts of ABC's "The View" Gang Up on Giuliani for Backing Bush Joy Behar ridiculed Giuliani for claiming that the first thing he said after the 9/11 attacks was "thank God" George W. Bush "was our President" and she insisted that "of course" Al Gore would have been just as "tough" on terrorism. Former CBS News correspondent Meredith Vieira, who participated Sunday in an anti-Bush march, seemed similarly ignorant, scolding Giuliani: "The implication is that if you disagree, I think, with the administration that somehow you are on the side of the terrorists. " Giuliani shot back: "That isn't who...
  • Hosts of ABC's The View GANG UP on Giuliani for Backing Bush (TRANSCRIPT & FREEP ALERT)

    09/01/2004 9:30:22 AM PDT · by fight_truth_decay · 65 replies · 4,058+ views
    MRC ^ | Wednesday September 1, 2004 | BrentBaker
    The heated argument consumed nearly eight minutes, so space permits only some limited excerpts as provided by the MRC's Jessica Anderson who caught the August 31 exchange: Joy Behar: "Did you really say that, 'Thank God he was our President'? That's the first thing you said? You didn't say 'Oh, expletive,' or something?" Rudy Giuliani: "No, no, that wasn't the first thing I said. That's one of the things that I said on September 11th to my police commissioner. It really came out because that was just a few months after that disputed election, and so I had called the...
  • Obama's war chest filled with Hollywood gold (DNC Keynote Speaker)

    07/17/2004 6:38:56 AM PDT · by Land_of_Lincoln_John · 1 replies · 896+ views
    AP via Daily Southtown ^ | July 17, 2004 | Dennis Conrad
    WASHINGTON — Barack Obama, the U.S. Senate candidate from Chicago who has become the Democratic Party's latest rising star, is drawing enough support from the entertainment industry to put on his own variety show. From comedian Chris Rock to singer Barbra Streisand to musician Herbert Hancock, entertainers have written out checks of $1,000 or $2,000 to help the 42-year-old Illinois state senator win the seat being vacated by retiring GOP Sen. Peter Fitzgerald. Film directors Rob Reiner ("The American President") and Edward Zwick ("The Last Samurai" and "Courage Under Fire") both contributed in the past three months, according to Obama's...
  • Michelle Malkin - The lost patriots of Hollywood

    06/22/2004 10:32:50 PM PDT · by kattracks · 46 replies · 718+ views
    townhall.com ^ | 6/23/04 | Michelle Malkin
    Once upon a time, there were people in Hollywood who loved America. And when America came under attack from enemies abroad, these actors, producers, screenwriters and directors put aside their partisan differences and created movies that -- unlike Michael Moore's new schlockumentary, "Fahrenheit 9/11" -- made all moviegoers proud to be Americans. During World War II, Tinseltown roused the country's fighting spirit instead of trying to stifle it. In February 1941, the entertainment industry convened an extraordinary Academy Awards ceremony. The president of the Motion Picture Association, independent movie mogul and World War I pilot and intelligence officer Walter Wanger, went...
  • Bill Clinton Wins a Grammy

    02/08/2004 9:17:49 PM PST · by FairOpinion · 91 replies · 1,036+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | Feb. 8, 2004 | Reutres
    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Former U.S. President Bill Clinton (news - web sites) won a Grammy Award on Sunday, but not for his famed saxophone playing. Clinton was honored in the spoken word album for children category for a project he worked on with fellow winners, former Soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev and Italian screen siren Sophia Loren (news). None of them was at the ceremony to pick up the award for "Prokofiev: Peter and the Wolf/Beintus: Wolf Tracks." Clinton's wife, Sen. Hillary Clinton (news - web sites), was nominated in the spoken word album category for the audiobook version of...
  • Ingraham’s Criticism of Liberal Elite Upsets ABC’s The View Crew

    11/11/2003 4:57:14 PM PST · by OESY · 31 replies · 623+ views
    Media Research Center ^ | November 10, 2003 | Brent Baker
    Radio talk show host Laura Ingraham received a hostile reaction last week from crew on ABC’s daytime show, The View, to the premise of her new book, Shut Up and Sing: How Elites from Hollywood, Politics, and the UN are Subverting America. Other than Rachel Campos, one of three finalists auditioning to join the show permanently, the co-hosts were all appalled by Ingraham’s contention that elites on the coasts are out of touch with “the heartland.” When Ingraham argued “that the Democratic Party is not connecting with the people who are its logical constituents, from the South and from the...
  • Ingraham's Criticism of Liberal Elite Upsets ABC's The View Crew (Transcript)

    11/10/2003 3:50:16 PM PST · by fight_truth_decay · 68 replies · 2,214+ views
    MRC ^ | Monday November 10, 2003 | BrentBaker
    MRC analyst Jessica Anderson took down Ingraham's session on the November 4 The View. Star Jones: "Now, first of all, the title of the book is 'Shut Up and Sing.' Now, it's an explanation of how the 'elites' -- which I can't stand that word -- from Hollywood, Washington and the United Nations are subverting America. What exactly do you mean, Laura?" Ingraham: "We're supposed to have government of the people, by the people and for the people, and there are elites in this country who are Republicans and Democrats -- Hollywood just comprises one small section of that. The...
  • Bush Denounced as 'Evil F---' at Kerry Fundraiser

    09/21/2003 9:05:48 AM PDT · by Carl/NewsMax · 141 replies · 8,808+ views
    NewsMax.com ^ | Sept. 21, 2003 | Carl Limbacher
    President Bush was denounced as an 'evil f---' at a fundraiser this week for Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry. The event, held at Manhattan's Intrepid's Sea-Air-Space Museum Thursday night, featured a vulgarity laced performance by techno-rocker Moby, who invited Kerry onstage for a sing-along tribute to punk rock godfather Lou Reed. As the duo perfomed Reed's classic "Walk on the Wild Side," Kerry "froze," according to the New York Daily News, when Moby reached one particularly obscene portion of the song. Then, after the song ended, Moby denounced Bush to the crowd of Kerry-backers as "an evil f---," the...
  • Populist Internet Infuriates Hollywood Fatcats

    07/24/2003 9:40:04 AM PDT · by kattracks · 183 replies · 384+ views
    NewsMax.com ^ | 7/24/03 | Carl Limbacher and NewsMax.com Staff
    Tinseltown bigwigs are in a tizzy that the American public is no longer lapping up whatever slop they dish out, and they're finally realizing that the Internet is one cause of their well-deserved woes. People attending advance screenings are inundating the Internet with their reviews and exposing such duds as "The Hulk," "Hollywood Homicide," "The In-Laws," "Alex and Emma" and the sequels to "Legally Blonde," "Dumb and Dumber" and "Charlie's Angels." Positive word of mouth has boosted "Finding Nemo" and good low-budget movies not touted by the Hollywood hype machine: "28 Days Later," "Bend It Like Beckham" and "Whale...
  • "Tales From The West Coast" now #20 on Amazon.com

    07/09/2003 2:20:54 PM PDT · by JLAGRAYFOX · 2 replies · 192+ views
    Amazon.com | July 9, 2003 | Amazon.com
    Freepers, take note, "Tales From The West Coast" is now #20 on the Amazon.com best seller list! this one could be a biggie!
  • 'NO-PARK ARMY' RALLIES IN PROTEST

    06/30/2003 2:33:01 PM PDT · by fight_truth_decay · 10 replies · 396+ views
    BangorDailyNews ^ | Monday, June 30, 2003 | Misty Edgecomb
    Opponents mock North Woods plan "Take this park and shove it,To New Hampshire or Vermont, It's our state and we love it, And we know what we don't want, We want to hunt, and camp, and fish, The way we've always done, And it is our undying wish, To keep the G-man on the run." - Matthew Heintz TOWNSHIP 1 RANGE 9 - Ted Danson didn't show. Neither did Robert Redford, Meryl Streep or Walter Cronkite. But nearly 300 people from all over the state gathered at the Big Moose Inn - on Millinocket Lake inside the proposed Maine Woods...
  • John Q., National Health Care and the Hollywood Left

    06/28/2003 9:35:12 AM PDT · by Donniet4 · 3 replies · 258+ views
    Civics and Politics ^ | June 28, 2003 | Donald A. Tevault
    Denzel Washington is a brilliant actor who wastes his talent by starring in some really stupid, poorly-written movies. I now only watch his movies whenever I happen to be someplace where one is playing on television. That was the case a few nights ago, when I saw John Q. on the Starz channel. John Q. isn't just a bad movie, though. It's also a two-hour long propaganda piece that extols the virtues of national, government-run health care.For the rest of this article, go to John Q., National Health Care and the Hollywood Left
  • Matt Drudge's Dressing Down (Coulter on the View)

    06/26/2003 9:24:59 AM PDT · by nickcarraway · 56 replies · 912+ views
    Washington Post ^ | Thursday, June 26, 2003 | Lloyd Grove
    The ladies of "The View" apparently were highly displeased yesterday morning when guest co-host Ann Coulter brought her pal Matt Drudge into the dressing room before the show. The aggrieved television personalities -- who later gave Coulter a hard time on the air for everything from her right-wing political views to her micro-miniskirt -- were "View" regulars Meredith Vieira, Star Jones and Joy Behar.
  • Ann Coulter Sends ABC's THE VIEW CREW Into a Tizzy (Transcript)

    06/26/2003 11:54:18 AM PDT · by fight_truth_decay · 136 replies · 47,500+ views
    MRC ^ | Thursday June 26, 2003 | BrentBaker
    The MRC's Jessica Anderson took down a hunk of the gabfest at the beginning of the June 25 The View, ABC's daytime show created by Barbara Walters, for whom Coulter was filling in. Meredith Vieira explained: “In your last book you said liberals have been wrong about everything in last half century. You ticked us off over that one, alright. And now in this new bok you say that liberals hate freedom...I want to talk about your politics because in Treason you say, yes, that liberals hate America." Ann Coulter: "Right." Vieira: "Well, it's stupid. What do you mean liberals...
  • Jessica Lynch: From 'go girl' to 'get girl'

    06/17/2003 11:01:59 PM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 1 replies · 246+ views
    TownHall.com ^ | Wednesday, June 18, 2003 | by Kathleen Parker
    I've been wracking my brain trying to figure out how to "get" you to talk to (beg ital) me instead of all those others. You're now "the get," you know, as in The Interview to get. So what can I offer? I know you've gotten enough gifts and money to, well, add a second story, four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a utility room, family room and a new porch with wheelchair access to your parents' house. Cool. I also read that your house is being wired for Internet access, that you've been offered a free Hawaii vacation and that the...
  • How the left lost teen spirit (Rats need Hollywood to win youth vote)

    06/17/2003 10:05:27 AM PDT · by weegee · 20 replies · 260+ views
    Salon ^ | June 17, 2003 | By Andrew O'Hehir
    How the left lost teen spirit Bill Clinton won the youth vote. Al Gore split it with George Bush. Will Democrats realize they must embrace pop culture, not demonize it, to win back the White House? - - - - - - - - - - - - By Andrew O'Hehir June 17, 2003 | Danny Goldberg might be the demon who haunts Bill O'Reilly and Rupert Murdoch's nightmares, even after the visage of Hillary Rodham Clinton has faded. In his new book, "Dispatches From the Culture Wars: How the Left Lost Teen Spirit," the veteran music executive proudly confesses...
  • CBS television thrusting 'married gays' on public

    05/29/2003 12:21:03 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 41 replies · 654+ views
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | Thursday, May 29, 2003 | Joe Kovacs
    CBS Television is promoting tonight's debut of "The Amazing Race 4" by proudly proclaiming a male homosexual couple on the show to be married to each other. The primetime reality show features 12 teams of two people with a pre-existing relationship racing around the world in a quest for a million-dollar prize. 'Married' male couple on CBS In current promotional ads on the air, the network touts one of the teams – consisting of two men – as ''The Married Couple.'' "Yes, they are a married, gay couple," a CBS spokeswoman tells WorldNetDaily. "They're married and they're gay. Is there...
  • Leftists Struggle to Find Fault With Fidel

    05/27/2003 2:24:39 PM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 16 replies · 221+ views
    Insight ^ | May 26, 2003 | Woody West
    Filmmaker Oliver Stone, whose crazed view of American history is of one evil conspiracy after another, calls him "one of the Earth's wisest people." Bigfoot movie director Steven Spielberg says breathlessly that the time he spent with the man was "the eight most important hours of my life." He's "a genius," spouted actor Jack Nicholson. And Kevin Costner described meeting him as "the experience of a lifetime." Who is this paragon of the species? The lovely Fidel Castro. No one should expect astute, even sensible, opinions from the majority of those whose celebrity is based on a make-believe vocation centered...
  • William Morris Agency shuts down Boycotthollywood.com

    05/01/2003 9:01:21 AM PDT · by barbarianbabs · 55 replies · 1,157+ views
    The William Morris Agency shuts down boycott-hollywood web site. Figures.
  • Hollywood Appeasers Cash In On Anti-U.S. Rants (More Money For Blood)

    04/23/2003 7:36:18 AM PDT · by Happy2BMe · 35 replies · 300+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 23 April, 2003
    Wednesday, April 23, 2003Hollywood Appeasers Cash In on Anti-U.S. RantsDon't believe the whining of Tim Robbins and Susan Sarandon and other Tinseltown leftists who claim they're paying a price for opposing Operation Iraqi Freedom. They're getting rich from their anti-U.S. activism, according to the liberal Washington Post. Consider this boast from Janeane Garofalo, who still refuses to make the apology she so publicly promised after Iraqi citizens welcomed their U.S.-led liberators. "I knew when I started speaking out that it was going to be unpleasant, and I’ve taken my punches. But the positives have far outweighed the negatives,” she...
  • Halle Berry says she thinks she's 'ugly'

    04/19/2003 9:01:58 PM PDT · by Pokey78 · 416 replies · 3,567+ views
    Halle Berry solidified her place as one of the world's sexiest women with her role as Bond girl Jinx in "Die Another Day." But the Oscar-winning actress (Monster's Ball) says she still doesn't see herself as a beautiful star. "To be totally honest, most of the time I think I'm ugly," she told the German magazine Journal fur die Frau. "I see myself without makeup every morning and that's why I don't have illusions anymore. I certainly don't feel like a big star." Berry added that being black still hinders her progress in Hollywood. "For many film studios and directors...
  • Tim Robbins Honored by UCLA

    04/21/2003 10:11:13 AM PDT · by new cruelty · 26 replies · 208+ views
    Actor Tim Robbins has been given some good news after weeks of being attacked for waving peace signs at the Oscars - he's to be honored by UCLA. Robbins and partner Susan Sarandon were blasted by right-wingers for their anti-war stance at the Academy Awards last month - leading to an honor at the Baseball Hall of Fame to be scrapped earlier this month. But now UCLA scholars have stepped up to recognize former student Robbins and bestow the Alumnus of the Year Award on him. UCLA theatre professor Gary Gardner says, "Tim reflects who we are and what we...
  • Sandy Duncan Speaks Out (Doesn't 'respect' Pres. Bush, Dubya not 'really smart' or 'globally aware')

    04/21/2003 9:21:31 AM PDT · by ewing · 304 replies · 1,019+ views
    MSNBC ^ | April 1, 2003 | Jeanette Walls
    The Dixie Chicks aren't the only Texas natives bashing President George W. Bush.Sandy Duncan who is performing in South Carolina, told a local paper that she questioned the decision to go to war, and wishes that rather than President Bush, the United States had a leader who was 'globally aware' and 'really smart.''I just wish men would quit thinking they could just duke it out with each other,' the native of Henderson, Texas, told the Times and Democrat.'I don't have all of the facts, and who knows what's really the truth, but I really don't respect [President Bush's] way of...
  • Natalie Maines (Dixie Chick member) Bashes Toby Keith's Patriotic Anthem

    04/16/2003 10:56:39 PM PDT · by faithincowboys · 74 replies · 1,202+ views
    2002-08-08) NASHVILLE, Tenn. (LA Daily News) - ABC News Anchor Peter Jennings is apparently not the only celebrity to take issue with Toby Keith's chart-topping country hit, "Courtesy Of The Red, White And Blue (The Angry American)." Now, the Dixie Chicks's lead singer, Natalie Maines, freely shares her dislike of the song. "Don't get me started," Maines told the Los Angeles Daily News. "I hate it. It's ignorant, and it makes country music sound ignorant. It targets an entire culture - and not just the bad people who did bad things. You've got to have some tact. Anybody can write,...
  • Protesters Have Right to Speak

    04/17/2003 6:11:20 AM PDT · by Temple Owl · 50 replies · 545+ views
    County Press ^ | 4-16-03 | William W. Lawrence
    Second Thoughts By: William W. Lawrence 04/15/2003 We hear so much about young Americans -- teenagers and early 20s -- who give Americans a bad name. Then we watch our young GIs and our chest swells with pride.They were freeing an oppressed people while naked women, transvestites, dogs, dancers and singers joined Harry Belafonte in an antiwar protest to "praise the patriotism of the demonstrators" and condemn the military action in Iraq."We denounce governments that act with tyranny," Mr. Belafonte told the crowd. He was talking about our government, not Saddam Hussein's. Listen, there were always war protesters.I was a...
  • Why the Oscar honors?

    03/31/2003 9:34:21 AM PST · by JohnHuang2 · 9 replies · 222+ views
    TownHall.com ^ | Monday, March 31, 2003 | by Brent Bozell
    This year's Oscars telecast was the lowest-rated ever. Coming in the midst of our troops fighting valiantly abroad, that's understandable. It's a good thing for Hollywood, too, because it's beginning to look like the voters of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences are slowly losing their minds. The Academy's Web site boasts that the Oscar voters are "the ablest artists and craftsmen in the motion picture world," so "the Oscar represents the best achievements of the year in the opinion of those who themselves reside at the top of their craft." But some of these "artists" can't artistically...
  • The Shame of the Academy

    03/28/2003 4:56:15 PM PST · by groanup · 15 replies · 272+ views
    NRA Institute ^ | 03/27/2003 | Chris Cox
    The "Academy" Must Now Share Michael Moore's Cinematic Shame By Chris W. Cox Executive Director NRA Institute for Legislative Action As the record-low television audience that sat through the latest Hollywood celebration of Hollywood knows, the Academy Award for a feature documentary film was given to Michael Moore's Bowling for Columbine, a painfully pretentious work of anti-American, anti-gun, anti-NRA propaganda. But many don't know that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences had to violate its own rules to allow Moore to compete for, much less win, an Oscar. The Academy's "Special Rules for the Documentary Award" define a...