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  • Reverse Blacklisting (September Details Magazine 'Outs' Young GOP Hollywood Celebrities)

    08/24/2004 6:58:02 AM PDT · by gopwinsin04 · 65 replies · 2,981+ views
    Newsmax ^ | 8/23/04 | James Hirsen
    Adam Sandler, Jessica Simpson, Freddie Prinze Jr, Shannen Doherty to name a few..
  • The Boys From 'South Park' Go to War

    08/21/2004 3:12:02 PM PDT · by Pharmboy · 72 replies · 2,478+ views
    NY Times Sunday Arts ^ | August 22, 2004 | SHARON WAXMAN
    Melinda Sue Gordon/Paramount "Team American" was no walk in South Park, even though the actors couldn't talk. The puppet cast on the Paris set. LOS ANGELES TREY PARKER and Matt Stone have had it up to here: with self-righteous movie stars, stupid political leaders, that idiot Michael Moore — and most of all, with the new movie they are making that mercilessly lampoons all of the above. Last month in the vast hangar space where they were shooting the movie, "Team America: World Police," they spent the whole day complaining about how hard it had been to make: stressful,...
  • Galaxies of stars are twinkling for George W. Bush

    08/16/2004 9:46:29 PM PDT · by neverdem · 111 replies · 3,174+ views
    The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review ^ | August 15, 2004 | -- compiled by Tribune-Review staff
    Take that, Ben Affleck. Much attention has been focused on actors and performers who support Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry's presidential bid. But much of Hollywood are actively backing President George Bush, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported last week. The list includes comedian and Pittsburgh native Dennis Miller and wrestler/actor "The Rock." Actors Freddie Prinze Jr., Bruce Willis, Dennis Hopper, Tony Sirico, Angie Harmon, Robert Duvall, Jason Priestley, Bo Derek, Shannen Doherty and Kelsey Grammar also are in the president's corner. And let's not forget performers Wayne Newton, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Kid Rock, Ricky Martin, Britney Spears, Ted Nugent, Steven Tyler, Sara Evans,...
  • Some stars have GOP stripes (Lynyrd Skynyrd, Kid Rock, Britney Spears, Ted Nugent, Steve Tyler)

    08/12/2004 2:29:19 AM PDT · by Liz · 230 replies · 9,067+ views
    Phila Inquirer ^ | Aug. 12, 2004 | Beth Gillin
    The Dems may have the Boss and Babs, but Bush has his celebrity backers, too. Expect to see some in the spotlights at the Republican convention. Just because Republicans deride Hollywood as an out-of-touch bastion of liberalism and perverted values doesn't mean they don't like rubbing elbows with celebrities. So, yes, there will be stars when the GOP convenes in New York starting Aug. 30. They may not have the wattage of Ben Affleck, Natalie Portman or Michael Moore, to name a few who roamed the convention floor with the Democrats in Boston last month. But, as the GOP showed...
  • Ann Coulter Documentary to Premiere at Conservative Film Festival

    08/11/2004 11:48:52 PM PDT · by patriotmovies · 54 replies · 9,238+ views
    A new documentary about Ann Coulter, Is It True What They Say About Ann?, will premiere at The American Film Renaissance in Dallas, TX. The 45 minute documentary features Ann Coulter as you have never seen her before. interviews include Bill Maher, Susan Estrich and Pat Caddell. One segment includes nasty leftwing students verbally assaulting Coulter at Johns Hopkins University.
  • Who in Hollweird is supporting Bush in 04?(VANITY)

    08/05/2004 10:34:12 AM PDT · by jacksonstate · 86 replies · 1,753+ views
    Does anyone know who is supporting W? Hollywood or sport stars?
  • Hollywood for President Bush

    08/01/2004 5:19:40 PM PDT · by BulletBobCo · 229 replies · 6,561+ views
    August 1, 2004
    A couple of us are talking about those in Hollywood that are supportive of President Bush. Bruce Willis and Rick Schroeder come to mind. Who else?
  • TEAM AMERICA: WORLD POLICE TRAILER NOW ONLINE: (Get ready for serious satire)

    07/30/2004 9:47:12 PM PDT · by Brian Mosely · 14 replies · 1,122+ views
    OK, this movie (see this post) looks like it is going to be a total scream once this hits theaters in Oct. The boys who gave us Southpark are going after just about everybody and giving us their own special view on the War on Terror. It just may have more of an effect on the election that M. Moore's twisted film ever could dream of.
  • My letter to the Hollywood Republicans Congress Club President (vanity)

    07/21/2004 3:07:14 PM PDT · by UnionCountyYoungRepublican · 19 replies · 923+ views
    7/20/04 | UnionCountyYoungRepublican
    Good Afternoon, My name is Nick Polyzos and I am the Chairman of the newly founded Union County Young Republicans, based in Monroe, North Carolina. As you can tell, we have a long and tumultuous fight ahead of us this November, with the Democrats trying to regain the presidency, and will pull every tactic to get it. John Edwards is from North Carolina and we are doing our best to make sure that the Tarheel State does not go into the Blue column in November. We are a young fledgling group, that is willing to put its resources to work...
  • Rebels With a Cause (Are Hollywood Republicans on the verge of a big break?)

    07/21/2004 5:13:28 AM PDT · by presidio9 · 45 replies · 4,050+ views ^ | Wednesday, July 21, 2004 | BRIDGET JOHNSON
    HOLLYWOOD--It might have been the first premiere not intended for the public: John Kerry topping the credits and John Edwards in a supporting role, the cast rounded out by A-list actors who hopped into the fund-raising limelight to prostrate themselves at the feet of the most culturally liberal presidential ticket in history. After Whoopi Goldberg wowed the Democratic crowd with locker-room musings on the alternate meaning of our president's name and Mr. Kerry scooped up a foot locker full of entertainers' cash, eyes were rolling outside New York's Radio City Music Hall. Somewhere in a La-La Land far, far away,...

    07/16/2004 12:44:26 AM PDT · by GAGOPSWEEPTOVICTORY · 43 replies · 1,537+ views
    The New York Post ^ | 7/16/2004 | Jeremy Olshan and Daniel Friedman
    July 16, 2004 -- Sopranos gangster "Paulie Walnuts" joined a mob of diehard Republicans yesterday at a Queens fund-raiser that helped pump cash into President Bush's campaign. Actor Tony Sirico, who plays the mobster on the hit HBO series "The Sopranos," joined more than 100 people at the Belle Harbor Yacht Club, which was sponsored by the Rockaway Republicans. "I'm here because I'm a far-to-the-right Republican," he said. At another Bush gathering in Midtown, rap impresario Sean "Puffy" Combs showed up at Connolly's Bar to help promote his new MTV show and get out the vote.
  • Who's in the Presidents corner?

    07/14/2004 1:11:26 AM PDT · by elder5 · 31 replies · 1,061+ views
    OK, It seems that all we hear is how much Hollywood hates President Bush, Whoopie, Lard-boy Moore and such. Whos got a list of folks who supports our President, and I'll see that my dollars starts supporting them!
  • Republicans Fight Back Against Moore With 'Conservative Cannes'

    07/03/2004 7:26:01 PM PDT · by blam · 9 replies · 611+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 7-4-2004 | Julian Coman
    Republicans fight back against Moore with 'conservative Cannes' By Julian Coman in Washington (Filed: 04/07/2004) As cinema-goers across America queue up to see Michael Moore's anti-Bush documentary Fahrenheit 9/11, demoralised Republican film-makers are planning to counter-attack by staging the first conservative film festival. The film, which became the first documentary to win the Palme d'Or when it was shown at the Cannes Film Festival this year, is showing to record audiences in the US. The American Film Renaissance, to be held in Dallas between September 9 and 11, will showcase more than two dozen feature films that, according to festival...

    06/28/2004 5:20:18 AM PDT · by presidio9 · 4 replies · 262+ views
    New York Post ^ | 06/28/04 | Dick Johnson
    THE most surprising thing Bijou Phillips said the other night at the birthday dinner for nightlife impresario John Flanagan was how much she admired Ronald Reagan. Bijou, 24, explained to PAGE SIX that her late father, John Phillips of the Mamas and Papas, had reverted to the conservatism of his youth as he got older and had to pay what seemed like criminally high taxes.

    06/25/2004 5:21:21 AM PDT · by RICAN REPUBLICAN · 12 replies · 542+ views
    Lucille Ball was a Republican she was a very big contributer to the Republican party along with Jack Benny, Bob Hope, Red Skelton, Jimmy Stewart, Jackie Gleason, (John W.>the Duke)Maureen O'Hara, Charlston Heston, James Cagnie, Edward G Robinson, and many many more. These were the true patriots of Hollywood fist class all the way not like the radical left wing lacking-class liberal socialists we have today in Hollywood.
  • Doris Day has some advice for President Bush (She's GOP pro-Bush...)

    06/24/2004 6:32:23 AM PDT · by veronica · 238 replies · 835+ views
    Doris Day chatted with President George W. Bush about their mutual love of dogs when he phoned to congratulate the iconic performer and animal welfare advocate on receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor. The Prez told Doris that he's an animal person, and talked about his Scottish terrier Barney and about the critters on his ranch. And then Day advised the president that he'd get more votes if he'd quit hunting. She tells us that her sentiments about Bush's hunting won't stop her from voting for him. "I'm pulling for him every step of the...
  • (Rolling Thunder and Nancy Sinatra) Boots made for backin' Bush

    05/31/2004 5:20:15 PM PDT · by weegee · 28 replies · 1,171+ views
    New York Daily News ^ | May 31, 2004 | Kenneth R. Bazinet
    WASHINGTON - Nancy Sinatra may wear boots made for walking, but she rode to the White House yesterday on the back of a motorcycle. The daughter of Frank Sinatra was part of a delegation of Rolling Thunder officials and others who met President Bush near the South Portico of the White House. Nancy Sinatra, who recorded "These Boots Were Made For Walking" in 1966, rode in wearing a knee-high skirt, dark shades and black cowboy boots. Rolling Thunder President Artie Muller was at the handlebars. Rolling Thunder, which provides information about Americans missing in action in the Vietnam War and...
  • Bush Beckons Actress Lara Flynn Boyle to his 2004 Campaign Bandwagon

    05/20/2004 1:40:19 PM PDT · by sathers · 36 replies · 415+ views
    Web ^ | May 20, 2004 | New York correspondant
    Inviting stars to political campaigns seems to be a universal phenomena.According to the representatives of United States President George W. Bush are making all efforts to recruit actress Lara Flynn Boyle to grace the Bush campaign.The 'Men in Black II' film actress had recently professed publicly, her loyalty and admiration for President Bush.'Im Irish Catholic, so i'm a Democrat by blood. But I'm 100 percent for President Bush. ''I want my president to be like my agent, not afraid of people, but wants my best interest,' the actress is quoted as saying.
  • Twin Peaks/'The Practice' TV Actress Lara Flynn Boyle Backs GWB

    05/19/2004 1:39:56 PM PDT · by sathers · 98 replies · 1,568+ views
    Add one more to the Republicans who live in Hollywood list. How many is that now -five? [out of the closet]Lara Flynn Boyle tells US Weekly Magazine that Presumptive Democratic nominee John Kerry ain't her man.'Im Irish Catholic, so a Democrat by blood,' Jack Nicholsen's former flame reveals, 'but I'm 100 percent for George W. Bush.' 'I want my president to be like my agent, not afraid of people but wants my best interest.'
  • Dennis Hopper a political conservative and Bush man

    04/13/2004 9:36:46 AM PDT · by bushfamfan · 48 replies · 2,369+ views
    New York Post ^ | 4/13/04 | Liz Smith
    <p>Dennis Hopper is the "Easy Rider" star-director who grew up surrounded by Democrats. In the '60s he marched with Martin Luther King and protested the Vietnam War. But did you know that he is now a political conservative and has been since Ronald Reagan? He says, "I liked Clinton, but I voted for Bush Sr. And I'm definately voting for George W. Bush again." Mr. Hopper's wife Victoria is a passionate Democrat who has raised money for John Edwards and John Kerry. Of her Democratic passions, Hopper says to the London Times: "I support Bush and I support my wife and what my wife's involved in. That's all. We don't talk politics. I respect her things, and you know, whether she respects mine doesn't really matter to me."</p>
  • Desi Arnaz Secretly Funded Anti-Castro Groups

    05/09/2004 10:28:20 AM PDT · by nickcarraway · 75 replies · 912+ views
    Newsmax ^ | Sunday, May. 09, 2004
    Desi Arnaz of "I Love Lucy" fame and fortune helped finance the freedom of hundreds of Bay of Pigs fighters captured in 1961 by Cuban government forces, veterans say. A belated thank you to the late entertainer has now happened, 18 years after he died. This past Friday, according to a Miami Herald report, surviving vets of the Bay of Pigs invasion presented a posthumous award to daughter Lucie Arnaz for his "moral support and generosity." That generosity was legend among Bay of Pigs veterans. "He always supported the Cuban cause," said Felix Rodriguez Mendigutia, president of Bay of Pigs...
  • Miguel Ferrer on Fox & Friends

    04/17/2004 7:06:34 AM PDT · by beavus · 30 replies · 203+ views
    Anyone watching Fox and Friends this morning hear Miguel Ferrer say he listens to talk radio all the time, that he "loves all those guys" (in reference to Limbaugh, Hannity, Ingram)? Another good Hollywood talent commits professional suicide. R.I.P.
  • Why Do Stars Shine Only On GOP?

    04/11/2004 7:52:42 PM PDT · by paltz · 19 replies · 107+ views ^ | WASHINGTON, Oct. 10, 2003 | Dick Meyer
    Democrats have many reasons to be flipped out by Governor-elect Arnold Schwarzenegger, R- Calif. But by far the biggest is that they have no Arnold Schwarzenegger. Wesley Clark is no Terminator, to put it mildly. The Democrats having been getting shellacked in the celebrity politician wars for decades. They have never cast a truly A-list celebitician into a starring role. Maybe this helps explain why liberals, eggheads and Democrats have condemned the trespassing of non-professionals into politics so shrilly. They’ve never had one. They’re jealous. The partisan breakdown of famous people turning into famous politicians is actually pretty weird. Starting...
  • Bush and the 'Bo' factor

    04/11/2004 8:05:21 AM PDT · by Willie Green · 23 replies · 228+ views
    The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review ^ | Sunday, April 11, 2004 | Tom Purcell
    President Bush will likely win re-election and here's one reason why: Bo Derek. A few weeks ago, Bo made a surprise visit to Bush-Cheney headquarters in Arlington, Va. Staffers said she is more beautiful and lovely than ever, which makes sense. Bo is beautiful because she is poised and eloquent. That got me to thinking about the other Hollywood celebrities. Most are to the far left, and they've been busy of late. When they're not weaving anti-Bush messages into television shows and movies, they're holding anti-Bush rallies and fund-raisers for John Kerry. They're more united than ever in their burning...
  • 'My dream is to be perfect' (Jerry Lewis supports Bush in UK interview)

    04/09/2004 4:16:21 AM PDT · by mhking · 21 replies · 257+ views
    The Guardian ^ | 4.8.04 | Simon Hattenstone
    What is he least proud of? Politics, he says. Not his politics, but the world's politics - the madness, the destruction, the general lack of respect. Does he believe President Bush can make the world a better place? "President Bush is my president. I will not say anything negative about the president of the United States. I don't do that. And I don't allow my children to do that. Likewise when I come to England don't you do any jokes about 'Mum' to me. That is the Queen of England, you moron." He is working himself into an unprovoked rage....
  • Actor John Rhys-Davies talks about LOTR, Hollywood, and real war

    03/06/2004 1:06:32 PM PST · by future tense · 57 replies · 1,004+ views
    National Review Online ^ | March 5, 2004 | Andrew Leigh
    It's a common perception that Hollywood is a liberal town, and rightly so. There are a few bold souls, however, who are willing to swim against the tide. One of these starred in the film that won the most Oscars last Sunday night. He's John Rhys-Davies, who played Gimli in The Lord of the Rings (as well as Sallah in the Indiana Jones movies, in addition to many other roles). His comments over the past month or so regarding world affairs have ignited a firestorm of controversy in his home country of Great Britain. Rather than taking up the banner...
  • Showbiz people giving money to Prez.

    12/07/2003 12:02:40 AM PST · by L.A.Justice · 12 replies · 223+ views
    I read the list of Hollywood/entertainment figures who contributed to Prez Bush's re-election. (LA TIMES 11/16/03) $2000: 1. Chuck Norris: One of my favorite actors...I don't think he will get an Oscar any time soon...But, so what? I remember an episode of WALKER TEXAS RANGER...Walker(Norris) tells others that he is going to a meeting with Gov. Bush. 2. Dino De Laurentiis: Produced many films...Like RED DRAGON, HANNIBAL, U-571, and CONAN THE BARBARIAN. 3. Terry Semel: Yahoo CEO 4. Richard Zanuck: Produced many films...Like ROAD TO PERDITION, RULES OF ENGAGEMENT, and DRIVING MISS DAISY. 5. Lili Zanuck: A producer-director...She directed RUSH,...
  • The Righties: ( There are more conservative celebrities than you ever imagined )

    10/29/2003 8:33:15 AM PST · by Hillary's Lovely Legs · 160 replies · 49,606+ views
    The Righties: Although they are not given as much media coverage as the celiberals, the conservative celebrities (or those that lean slightly to the right), we call them "The Righties", should be identified. These celebrities have the courage to speak out in an industry primarily flooded with liberals. We encourage all of you to take extra effort to patronize these patriotic celebrities. ** For the purposes of this site, we will define celebrity as any famous person who is NOT one of the following: show host, news personality, journalist, columnist, politician, or religious leader. It's not that these types of...
  • Actor Gary Sinise Is One Of The Good Guys

    09/18/2003 8:51:22 PM PDT · by stayout · 16 replies · 843+ views
    Malibu Times ^ | 9/18/2003
    For those of you who could not believe that an actor in Hollywood actually supports this country, check out this picture of Gary Sinise and his wife from this week's issue of the Malibu Times:Caption: "Actor Gary Sinise and his wife, Moira, join residents in a candlelight vigil at Point Dume in prayer and remembrance of the victims of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11."
  • Dennis Miller interview

    09/13/2003 6:16:56 AM PDT · by Roscoe Karns · 20 replies · 503+ views
    The American Enterprise Online | October/November, 2003 | TAE
    He’s a Hollywood celebrity. And he’s smart. He’s one of the country’s favorite comedians. And he’s a conservative. Wipe that smirk off your face and meet a patriotic entertainer. Last winter, while many Hollywood divas were protesting the war with Iraq, there was one incisive voice of dissent: that of increasingly conservative, former liberal Dennis Miller. For almost 20 years, Miller has challenged audiences with his decidedly intellectual brand of comedy. Not since Mort Sahl in the 1950s has a comedian used politics, literature, and popular culture so astutely in his humorous commentary. Dennis Miller first rose to national prominence...
  • Many Actor-Candidates Enter From Stage Right (Reagan, Thompson, Eastwood, Bono, Schwarzenegger)

    09/10/2003 5:08:18 PM PDT · by Libloather · 9 replies · 264+ views
    Fox News .com ^ | 8/25/03 | Catherine Donaldson-Evans
    <p>NEW YORK — Ah, Hollywood. A place synonymous with glamour, decadence, fame … and Republican actors running for office.</p> <p>In a population usually stereotyped as left wing and liberal, most entertainers-turned-candidates stand squarely on the political right.</p> <p>Take film star Arnold Schwarzenegger. The Terminator is running for California governor as a Republican in the election to recall Democratic Gov. Gray Davis. A look back in time shows he's just the latest in a long line of celebrity candidates.</p>