Storytelling is completely dominated by the left. Conservatives don’t have a chance in making a long-term impact on culture if they don’t actively participate in this art form. As Andrew Breitbart once proclaimed to conservatives – “pop culture matters.”
As the ground operatives stood calmly on the dusty country road, snapping shots of their prize perched high above the dry sunlit field – a few Intel agents, remotely monitoring the situation, smelled trouble brewing. The entire team was foolishly communicating over unsecured channels during a live operation. Why the break in protocol? Being on the cusp of punking Hollywood’s loudest Trump basher was just too tempting.
Conservatives once roamed free in Tinseltown… back in the Golden Age of Hollywood. Studio head Louis B. Mayer was an outspoken Republican. John Wayne, Walt Disney, and Gary Cooper sat right-of-center, as did Ginger Rogers, Clark Gable, and Cecil B. DeMille.
Tinseltown Travelogue is a three-part series exploring Hollywood’s stunning hypocrisy and institutionalized bigotry. This story, months in the making, comes on the heels of the explosive New York Times exposé of alleged sexual misconduct over decades by Tinseltown’s most celebrated producer, Harvey Weinstein, and further unmasks an industry in the midst of an ethical unraveling.
Hollywood screenwriters are on the verge of another strike, with health care benefits emerging as a major sticking point in contract negotiations – and in a somewhat ironic twist, the writers’ own efforts to promote the passage of Obamacare in 2009 may have contributed to the precarious predicament in which they find themselves today.
Hollywood is on the verge of a massive boycott. And the Oscars may be the tipping point.
Film and media critics are as miserably out of touch with Middle America as their political pundit brethren.
Jorge Ramos actually shelters his kids from the effects of the very policy he so adamantly advocates.