As the most hyped awards event of the season, the Oscars may also be the most political.
As a writer and research analyst for MRC Culture, Sarah Stites reports on entertainment, LGBT issues and religion. Ever since ADF represented her in a religious freedom case, she has been passionate about upholding the Constitution and the conservative cause. Prior to MRC, she interned at the U.S. Department of Justice.
Getting overwhelmed by all the protests lately? Never fear. Michael Moore has a “resistance calendar” to help you keep track of them.
Hillary Clinton and Kate McKinnon are buds. On February 16, the former presidential candidate and her SNL double were spotted dining together in New York City, and the media had a field day.
As monogamy goes out of style, throuples are TV’s hot new trend. On Valentine’s Day, a few shows addressed the topic, pushing to normalize sexual relationships among groups of three. Predictably, several media outlets embraced the edginess.
On February 16, President Trump conducted his first solo press conference since the inauguration. Predictably, the Twittersphere erupted with liberal attacks on the president.
Anti-Trump protesters are still going strong, summoning their creativity to fan the flames of resistance. One recent idea: make Trump an “internet refugee” on Feb. 20.
After the election, many liberal celebrities cried “Resist!” Yet, a few brave ones called “embrace.”
Despite her respect for marriage, actress Scarlett Johansson thinks that monogamy is unnatural. The actress aired her unconventional views during an interview with Playboy, conceding that she “might be skewered” for them..
The networks would have you believe that comedy is more newsworthy than global terrorism. Over the last year, evening programs highlighted Saturday Night Live 4.5 times more than they did Boko Haram. While SNL was mentioned in 44 stories, the terrorist group, which seeks to establish a Nigerian Islamic State and has killed hundreds, appeared in only nine.
According to a corporate news release, AT&T is “celebrating Valentine’s Day” with a second season of You Me Her – the network’s original series about polyamory.
Despite apparent attempts to inspire unity, some Super Bowl advertising led to even more division as liberal ads sparked Twitter battles over what America stands for as a country. And, as usual, celebrities weighed in on the debate.
Want to guess which liberal comedian will entertain House Democrats at the close of their retreat this week? That’s right: the vulgar Chelsea Handler.
Among commercials for cars and beer, Super Bowl viewers got a 30-second glimpse of dystopian-society life – a life the liberal media compare to President Trump’s America.
Well, Hollywood’s back! Back to doing political PSAs, that is.
Prepare for a major uprising. Early this week, The Nation’s Sarah Posner published a leaked copy of a draft executive order “establishing a government-wide initiative to respect religious freedom.” Some liberals are planning an insurrection if it gets enforced.
Donald Trump is president, Beyoncé is pregnant with twins and, now, the Oscars might be cancelled? Tinsel Town is having a rollercoaster year.
Sarah Silverman wasn’t joking when she called for an overthrow of the government.
Media-beloved Lena Dunham is finally giving acting a rest. After six years, the controversial queen of militant feminism is wrapping up HBO’s sex-obsessed Girls, and we say, good riddance! In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter’s Lacey Rose, the cast, producers and HBO execs got down and dirty about the show.
Hollywood entertainers really brought out the snark in anticipation of the president’s Supreme Court announcement.
Since 2013, the Boy Scouts of America have quickly caved to the progressive agenda, admitting both homosexual guides and scouts. As of today, transgender boys can now join troops.