Remembering Hollywood’s most sanctimonious moments
17-year-old Miss Nebraska, Teresa Scanlan, won the 2011 Miss America Crown(…) Pageant judge Joy Behar asked the contestant whether she would vote for an atheist. “Yes,” she answered. She’s not old enough to vote yet, but when Scanlan is of age, her vote will be based on political policies, not on religion. Scanlan’s response is [...]
A town in Connecticut has backpedaled away from an attempt at censorship. The incident involved a public exhibition of the Michael Moore film SiCKO. Town leaders say they only want to present “balancing, opposing ideas.” Where have we heard that before?
“Overall, the Tea Party is a “good” movement, Giuliani said, but it has also attracted “a couple of people that are a little crazy … ” As an active member of the Tea Party movement in Minnesota, I may be expected to take issue with Giuliani’s assertion. However, one of the charms of the Tea Party is its defiance of expectation. I actually agree with the mayor.
Singer Macy Gray took to Facebook to ask fans whether she should boycott a performance in Tel Aviv due to Israeli’s “disgusting” treatment of Palestinians. When Israelis took offense, left-wing propagandist Max Blumenthal cried foul. Behold his ludicrous double-standard.
Mammoth video game publisher Electronic Arts has a brilliant ad campaign going for their new survival horror title Dead Space 2. It is built around the generational divide between parents and children. Conservatives ought to take a cue and craft their own campaign built around the generational divide created by entitlement debt.
This popular post was originally published January 18, 2011. Though most recognizable for the role of Bella Swan in the ridiculously popular Twilight movies, it was another role which motivated red hot starlet Kristen Stewart toward philanthropy. …the 20-year-old reveals her secret similarity to Charlie Sheen: she’s going to spend a fortune on hookers this [...]
Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher star in this weekend’s “No Strings Attached,” a romantic comedy about two life-long platonic friends who try sex on for size. Is this a testament to the ongoing collapse of Western civilization, or a roundabout affirmation of higher ideals?
Though most recognizable for the role of Bella Swan in the ridiculously popular Twilight movies, it was another role which motivated red hot starlet Kristen Stewart toward philanthropy. …the 20-year-old reveals her secret similarity to Charlie Sheen: she’s going to spend a fortune on hookers this year. After researching teen sex workers for her role [...]
Media Matter’s head honcho David Brook is a master of doublespeak. As he leads the leftist herd in advancing the meme of conservative rhetoric causing violence, he attempts to appear somehow reasonable by simultaneously expressing the opposite position.