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Hllywd Director Phil Lord: Jay Z and Beyonce ‘Look Like Dupes’ Over Cuba Trip

More condemnation for the vacation trip to Cuba indulged by rapper Jay Z and gal-pal singer Beyonce, this time from Hollywood director Phil Lord–himself the son of a Cuban refugee. Lord thinks that the entertainers were “dupes” of the oppressive Cuban military, that they “don’t care” about the political gulags Cuban dictator Castro built, that […]

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Batgirl Comic Character Comes Out as Transgender

DC Comics’ Batgirl number 19 has a little bit more in store for its readers than just crime fighting. This month readers also get a bit of controversy with their womp-slam-bang as a character introduced in 2011 comes out as both transgender and bi-sexual. After DC rebooted its franchise in 2011 in an attempt to […]

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Hypocrisy: Concert Rocks Fiscal Doomsaying White House

As President Obama is heard scolding Republicans on a near daily basis for forcing a sequester that is shutting down government and halting funding for things like White House tours, he and First Wife Michelle geared up Tuesday for a star-studded, soul music concert in the White House that featured such stars as Justin Timberlake, […]

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TicketMaster and States are Stealing Your Property Rights

Given that the principles of Life, Liberty and Property – what “the Pursuit of Happiness” refers to – are the bedrock on which American culture and society were built you would think that politicians would at least be respectful of The Big Three! Unfortunately you would be wrong! Attacks on these, most notably property rights, […]

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Man Sells Autographed Jim Carrey Photo to Buy a Gun

**UPDATE**: Ebay yanks listing off the site. No explanation known. An ebay user with user name astrobuzz is selling his autographed photo of Jim Carrey for a cause. As his auction title reads: “Selling a Jim Carrey Autographed 8X10 Photo So I Can Afford A Gun!” In the auction description, Mr. Astrobuzz tells page visitors […]

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Could CNBC Be Depriving Viewers of Vital Information?

There was once a day when particular media outlets were so dominant that they could essentially make the rules on who they permitted to appear with them whether in print, on the radio, or on TV. Those days are long gone, of course. So, why does CNBC still think it has the power to demand […]

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Sports Illustrated’s ‘Racist’ Swimsuit Issue

Everything is racist these days. Even the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, apparently. At least that is the latest tempest in a teapot being stirred by our busy race merchants. The website Jezebel is the latest to stir the pot claiming that because SI used locations on all seven continents and featured people in native garb […]

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Hawaii Five-O’s Anti-Gun Tirade

On the Monday’s broadcast of the long awaited remake of a popular 1970s era episode of Hawaii Five-O, one of the main characters went on a rant against “gun nuts” and the lack of both strict regulations and a pervasive, privacy-invading registration process. But later in the show the same character was apologetic over not […]

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Piers Morgan Slapped by RuPaul in Ratings

Despite his opportunistic, nightly campaign against the Constitution of the United States of America, CNN’s Pierce Morgan’s ratings still aren’t so hot. In fact, even RuPaul beat him earlier this week! RuPaul, whose real name is Andre Charles, is a well-known female impersonator and recently started season five of his show “RuPaul’s Drag Race” on […]

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Yoko Ono, Sean Lennon’s Anti-Fracking Protest Song–’Don’t Frack My Mother’?

NPR is again flogging a recent anti-fracking protest song performed by Yoko Ono and Sean Lennon that features the memorable refrain, “pleeeease, don’t frack my mother.” The half-comedic song debuted during the Summer on the late night TV talk show Late Night With Jimmy Fallon and was performed by Ono, the former paramour of the […]

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Actor John Leguizamo a Big Fan of Big Government

Actor John Leguizamo refuses to employ any cagey politically correct speak about his love for big government. There’s no dancing around or soft-pedaling with him. For Leguizamo, big government is all good. In a recent interview with Nicholas Ballasy, the actor asked “What’s wrong with big government?” “I’ve never had a problem with big government. […]

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Kirsten Powers: Dems Less Tolerant of Dissent, They’re Used to Controlling the Media

On the January 23 broadcast of Fox News’ “Bill O’Reilly Show,” liberal commentator Kirsten Powers found herself agreeing with the concept that liberals are less tolerant of opposing opinions. Powers went further, though, positing that this intolerance might stem from the fact that liberals are too used to controlling the media and not being confronted […]

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Leonardo DiCaprio to Fly Jet Around World To Save the Environment

Actor Leonardo DiCaprio is taking a break from acting to help save the environment by pursuing his environmental activism but maybe someone needs to tell him how “saving the environment” might work. DiCaprio told members of the entertainment media that after doing so many movies in a row he’s tired and needs a break from […]

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AMC Developing Sitcom Titled ‘We Hate Paul Revere’

One of America’s most famous patriots is slated for a little attention on the AMC cable network–perhaps regrettably so. There may soon be a bit of hate going around for him with a new AMC sitcom in development called “We Hate Paul Revere.” So much for sitcoms where “everyone loves” someone, eh? And so much […]

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Danny Glover’s Revisionist History: 2nd Amendment Was for Protecting Slavery

Actor and hardcore progressive Danny Glover should add revisionist historian to his growing resume of left-wing activism after a recent visit to Texas A&M University where he told students that the Second Amendment was mainly meant to keep African Americans in slavery and to kill Native American peoples. During his January 17 appearance at the […]

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Larry King: That Piers Morgan is Awfully Self-Absorbed, Isn’t He?

For years Larry King hosted the CNN show that is now helmed by British import Piers Morgan. Now King has opened up about his replacement and his pronouncement is not very flattering. King thinks Morgan makes the show too much about Morgan. For those who remember, Larry King was more about being a conduit for […]

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Samuel L. Jackson Has Figured Out How To Avoid The Django Unchained “N-Word” Controversy

Samuel L. Jackson Has Figured Out How To Avoid The Django Unchained “N-Word” Controversy

Quinton Tarrentino’s movie “Django Unchained” has stirred controversy over its frequent and pronounced use of the N-word. One of the stars of the movie, Samuel L. Jackson, has hit on a pretty novel way to address the issue. In an interview with a Houston reporter he positively makes the poor guy squirm. Here’s the text, […]

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‘Unbearable, Rambling, Tedious’: Daily Beast Slams Sean Penn’s ‘Journalism’

Right of center Americans have been ridiculing the vacuity of Sean Penn for years but he’s had his critics on the left as well and the Daily Beast recently joined that small group of left-wing sources critical of Penn with a devastating piece lambasting Penn’s pretensions at being a social commentator and journalist. There is […]

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Paul McCartney To Front Nirvana Reunion At 12.12.12 Concert?

According to The Sun that’s one of the acts you can expect to see tomorrow night at the 12.12.12 concert for Hurricane Sandy relief. The sensational gig will see the surviving members of the grunge band together for the first time in 20 years. And former Beatle Sir Paul will sing with them as they […]

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Angus T. Jones Of “Two and a Half Men” Thinks His Show Is “Filth,” Urges Viewers To Stop Watching

From The Hollywood Reporter: Less than two years removed from Charlie Sheen’s infamous meltdown that saw him removed from CBS’ Chuck Lorre comedy, the show’s young star, Angus T. Jones — the half man in the show’s title — has blasted the series as “filth” and suggested that people should stop watching. “Jake from Two […]

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Elmo’s Puppeteer Accused (Again) Of Preying On Teenage Boys

From The Daily News: Puppeteer Kevin Clash, the longtime voice of “Elmo,” resigned Tuesday after a $5 million lawsuit labeled him a pedophile who trolled telephone chat rooms in a hunt for underage lovers. The lawsuit was the second time this month Clash was hit with allegations of a sexual relationship with an underage teenage […]

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NBC: Hey That Lincoln Movie Reminds Us of How Great Obama Is

In yet another facile example of the Old Media equating President Obama’s presidency to the greatness of Abraham Lincoln’s, NBC News correspondent Kevin Tibbles used the occasion of the opening of the new Lincoln movie helmed by Director Steven Spielberg to do just that. On Saturday’s NBC Nightly News, Tibbles reported on the opening of […]

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DeVotchKa: Rock Band Stage Show Features Romney Beheading

At the Boulder Theater in Colorado, the Denver-based rock band DeVotchKa performed a stage show that featured the ritual beheading of Mitt Romney in a pseudo Mayan beheading scene. The DeVotchKa stage show featured the beheading of Mitt Romney The October 26 performance of the Day of The Dead-like experience kicked off the concert with […]

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Did Steven Spielberg Say the GOP is Just Like the Slave Holding South?

As he unveiled his epic new movie based on Abraham Lincoln’s civil war era presidency, Steven Spielberg said he doesn’t want his film to become a “political football” in today’s presidential election. But as he talked about it further, it seemed as if he went on to say that today’s Republican party is somehow just […]

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The Desolate Wasteland of Post-Apocalyptic Television

Many TV critics and commentators like to say that you can judge the way this nation is feeling about itself and its times by looking at the sort of shows that are playing on television. They say that our mood and our outlook about our present and our future can be understood through the collective […]

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