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  • What kind of culture would embrace Paris Hilton?

    06/01/2005 9:27:48 AM PDT · by UltraConservative · 255 replies · 6,481+ views
    Creators Syndicate ^ | June 1, 2005 | Ben Shapiro
    Paris Hilton is at it again. The 24-year-old hotel heiress is the feature attraction in Carl's Jr.'s new Spicy Burger ad campaign, aimed at the horny male TV-watching population. Scantily clad in a one-piece leather outfit plunging down to below her navel, Hilton struts into an empty warehouse, licks her finger, then suds up herself and a Bentley automobile, as a stripper-styled "I Love Paris" rendition slowly plays in the background. At the end of the spot, Hilton bites the burger and sucks her finger clean. The commercial closes with Hilton's tagline flashing across the screen: "That's Hot." The spot...
  • What the ‘Average Joe’ Can Do About Porn…and Why - (caution; for adult readers only)

    05/24/2005 1:42:28 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 690 replies · 10,502+ views
    CONCERNED WOMEN FOR AMERICA.ORG ^ | MAY 24, 2005 | SARA BRODE
    Warning: This article contains graphic descriptions that may be difficult for some readers. A crowd of people gathered on Capitol Hill last Thursday to hear experts* in obscenity law and sexual crimes speak in recognition of Victims of Pornography Month. What they said in that room should be heard by every American. (It just so happens that you can download and listen to the presentations, including one by CWA’s chief counsel, Jan LaRue, on our Web site by clicking here.) First, if you aren’t convinced yet that we, as a society, should crack down on pornography, consider some of the...
  • Laura leaves 'em laughing, gasping (Not a very family-values-type speech..very risque: David Korn)

    05/02/2005 6:00:13 AM PDT · by fight_truth_decay · 1,293 replies · 16,799+ views
    WashingtonTimes ^ | May 02, 2005 | By Joseph Curl
    Who knew? First lady Laura Bush took over the podium from her husband at Saturday night's annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner and knocked 'em dead, keeping Washington's most powerful politicos in stitches as she worked the ballroom like a seasoned stand-up comic. CUT Although Washington's movers and shakers laughed at Mrs. Bush's performance, some in the press woke up with a Sunday morning hangover and began to criticize her monologue as immodest at best and downright bawdy at worst. "Laura Bush cracks risque jokes at the White House Correspondents' dinner," sniffed Agence France-Presse. CNN reporter Elaine Quijano, who attended...