Newsweek goes off the rails, compares Trump to Charles Manson

With the news that Charles Manson died, I wondered if big media would spin the story to mean something other than the death of a mass murderer.

As it turns out, according to the shameless partisan opportunists at Newsweek, Manson and Trump have supposedly had similar ways of gaining supporters.  Read all »

Country music awards hijacked by political outbursts- Guess who they attacked?

It used to be that country music was the light that shined brightly behind the US of A. After Wednesday’s Country Music Awards, where co-hosts Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood used the event to mock President Trump, those days are apparently over. Read all »

Even some lefties shocked by Larry David’s sick SNL monologue

Larry David’s opening monologue on SNL this weekend was so tasteless that it even offended his lefty comrades. Read all »

Hollywood, Left instantly politicize another tragedy

Like clockwork, lefties rush to politicize another tragedy. Read all »

Sean Hannity’s Let There Be Light breaks from Hollywood’s typical values-free fare

Sean Hannity’s new independent film Let There Be Light opened this past weekend. It is the story of a famous atheist (think Richard Dawkins) who has a near-death experience and meets the Creator of the universe.
This is Hannity’s first project in the industry working as the movie’s executive producer. Kevin Sorbo stars in the film and also directed it.

The movie is a true family affair. Sorbo’s wife, Sam, co-wrote the script and also plays his on-screen wife. Their two young sons also made their acting debuts.

At a time when Harvey Weinstein and other Hollywood celebs face growing accusations of sexual impropriety, the film is a refreshing break from the saturation of typical Hollywood moral-free material. As an investor, Hannity is excited to see more moral-laden films that uphold Judeo-Christian values.

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In a phone interview with the Washington Times, Hannity said that the days of Hollywood’s singular focus on big-dollar blockbuster’s may be ending. “We’re on the cutting edge of getting ahead of this because the demand has been there, and [producers] have had no desire to fulfill it,” he said.
While there have been reports of the film stumbling out of the gate, it’s done well comparatively on a “per-screen” basis. It attracted $5,071 per screen showing on 373 screens this weekend, only behind horror flick “Jigsaw,” which debuted making $5,525 per screen while debuting on 2,941 screens, according to Box Office Mojo. Lefty Hollywood big whigs George Clooney and Matt Damon’s “Suburbicon” made a paltry $1,369 per screen across 2,046 screens.

Let There Be Light is slated to hit more theaters in the coming days and weeks.

Conservative host has had enough censorship, sues Google

Have conservative media personalities finally had enough of Silicon Valley’s leftist censorship?

At least one has: Dennis Prager, popular conservative intellectual, author, and radio personality. He is suing Google and subsidiary YouTube. Read all »

‘Colin’ cancer: What are Kaepernick’s chances of winning NFL dispute?

Memo to Colin Kaepernick: Your employer and major cable sports networks support your disrespect. Read all »

Jimmy Kimmel and Hollywood: Still wrong on gun violence

It would be a stunning revelation if any Hollywood celebs not named Vaughn, Voight, Woods, or Willis learned basic civics, critical thinking, or reason in school because their obvious ignorance to the causes of American gun crime is mind-blowing. Read all »

Lefty twitter users go Billy Madison over POTUS retweet of Clinton golf meme

Over a tweet featuring POTUS’s flawless golf swing cutting away to the ball hitting Hillary Clinton in the back as she boards a plane, lefty Twitter users are crying foul (or “fore”?): Read all »

Bill Maher: Florida, Texas shouldn’t get federal disaster aid

In the wake of the devastation of Hurricane Harvey, Bill Maher says that it’s unfair for Florida and Texas to request disaster aid. Maher appeals to the most tired and unsubstantiated social justice argument he can – that because Texas supposedly doesn’t pay enough in taxes, they somehow don’t deserve a federal bailout. Read all »

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