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Liberal Talking Head Sally Kohn Praises Fox News

"My time at Fox News was marked by meeting and working with some of the kindest, smartest, and most talented people I've had the pleasure of meeting in life. As I said in my TED talk, Sean Hannity is one of the sweetest people you'll ever meet – and even now that I've parted ways with Fox, he remains a good friend and mentor." Apr 18, 2014 12:11 PM PT

Hollywood: Reaganomics for Me, Obamanomics for Thee

The Los Angeles Times reports that the entertainment industry is again out begging any state that will listen, including of course California, for more Reganomics. Tax cuts! Hollywood wants Big, fat slices of tax cuts! Tax cuts for the for rich! Tax cuts to make the rich richer! The nationwide Hollywood-beg is on for billions in corporate welfare. Apr 18, 2014 10:00 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Friday's Top 5 News Items

Singer's accuser held a press conference with his attorney Thursday. He claims to have gone to the F.B.I. and/or the LAPD about the abuse back in 1999 or 2000. As far as the timing of his current suit, Egan said it had nothing to do with next month's release of Singer's "X-Men: Days of Future Past." The statute of limitations is just days from running out in Hawaii and he therefore had to file now or never. Apr 18, 2014 8:54 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Thursday's Top 5 News Items

The Left has used culture for decades to diminish, marginalize, and ridicule masculinity. Nerds, metrosexuals, and weak-chinned man-children rule of much of film today. And a lot of TV. The Left hates masculinity because with it comes a sense of independence. Apr 17, 2014 2:19 PM PT

'X-Men' Director Bryan Singer Accused of Raping Teenage Boy In '99

Jeff Herman, a Florida-based attorney who represented the alleged-sexual abuse victims of Elmo puppeteer Kevin Clash (who ended up resigning), has a new client who is accusing "X-Men: Days of Future Past" director Bryan Singer of sexually abusing him as a teenager in 1999. Singer's attorney called the charges "absurd and defamatory." Apr 17, 2014 11:14 AM PT

Politico 'SHOCK REPORT': Conservative Groups Advertise on Talk Radio

In one of its more bizarre attacks against the political right, Thursday morning the left-wing Politico published a lead splash, written by Ken Vogel, a former-George Soros employee, that contains nearly 3500 words of smoke pretending to be breaking news of a scandal that involves conservative Tea Party groups that advertise openly on conservative talk radio. Apr 17, 2014 8:31 AM PT

Top 5 Movies to Watch Over Easter Weekend

Religion aside, director Mel Gibson's vision of Christ's journey from Gethsemane to Golgotha is a perfect example of a filmmaker driven by a visionary obsession. Best of all it is an example of that filmmaker's ability to bring that vision to vivid life on the screen. Gibson wants us to feel and sense and empathize, and most of all to understand that those lovely crucifixes that hang in churches, homes and around our necks cannot begin to tell the real story. Apr 17, 2014 5:31 AM PT

After Three Costly Left-Wing Flops, Sony Risks Another

A film delivered by the stridently left-wing Ferrell and McKay, about hapless border agents stationed on the U.S./Mexican border, is almost certain to be a two-hour political ad for amnesty and immigration reform thinly disguised as comedy. What Sony shareholders need to be most concerned about is that the last time these two teamed up with this same formula, Warner Bros. took a bath. Apr 16, 2014 10:50 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Wednesday's Top 5 News Items

After spending tens of millions in corporate money on a mean-spirited, joyless and unfunny two-hour political ad that attacks the Koch brothers for, uhm, spending millions in corporate money on political ads, director Adam McKay is in talks with Will Ferrell to spend tens of millions in corporate dollars for what will almost certainly be a two-hour political ad promoting amnesty for illegals. Apr 16, 2014 8:08 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Tuesday's Top 5 News Items

"Still, the choice of Mr. Colbert is a strange business model for CBS. Gallup calibrates 38% of Americans as conservatives, 34% as moderates, and 23% as liberals. Friends who know Mr. Colbert, even some conservatives, tell me he's a good human being. But if he doesn't widen his appeal beyond those who lean strongly left, CBS will be writing off a large part of its potential audience." Apr 15, 2014 12:51 PM PT

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