Gabriel Hays is a staff writer for MRC Culture
University of Dallas Class of '16. Lives in Clifton, VA
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Jeff Bezos’ media properties, The Washington Post and Express newspapers, are acting more than ever like press agents for the Amazon CEO. Both publications recently heralded the “unspoken requirement” for Amazon’s headquarters hunt — LGBT rights. And now that Bezos own newspapers have published the story, consider the word officially out that Amazon is trying to find a second headquarters location that prioritizes the same pro-gay agenda Bezos has financial supported.
“Thank you, don’t come again.” Hank Azaria, the voice behind many classic Simpsons characters, has decided that now may be the time to move on from his time playing everyone’s favorite Kwik-E-Mart owner, Apu.
Liberal media favorite Stormy Daniels is making all the right connections in the anti-Trump world. And though it seems like she’s devouring the publicity, there’s still one Trump-bashing PR event that she’s reportedly reluctant to attend: the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner.
For the past week, GLAAD has been in the process of awarding certain sections of the media for being particularly sympathetic to LGBTQ issues during the past year. As far as nominations for journalism go, it turns out that the GLAAD Media Awards is indebted to major media networks, such as CBS, ABC, and NBC.
Does your young, budding-activist high schooler have a gun-control walk out planned during school hours anytime soon? Is there a backward teacher or administrator trying to punish your young freedom walker for his social awakening? Well, say goodbye to your problems. Just print out an official Robert De Niro walk-out permission slip, have your kid fill in the blanks, and watch the magic of Hollywood liberalism melt any resistance to Junior’s #resistance. Your kid will be speaking truth to power in no time.
ABC’s Scandal will be finished at the end of its seventh season. Here’s hoping the door doesn’t hit this morally bankrupt ABC trash on the way out. Many Americans will remember the show for its flagrant pushing of the envelope when it came to excoriating conservative principles, and pushing moral themes that were, at the very least, avant-garde. Still, what can you expect from a TV show named Scandal, that also happens to air on the unapologetically liberal ABC network?
Anti-Trump It Girl Stormy Daniels is enjoying an obscene amount of publicity these days.
On Monday, political leaders and many media outlets shared thoughts and prayers for former first lady Barbara Bush, who recently left hospitalization so that she could spend the remainder of her life at home, surrounded by the comfort of loved ones. Some in the media however, couldn’t help but remind everyone of her supposedly tarnished legacy when it came to race relations in America, because if you’re a rabid member of the resistance, you can’t even wait one morning to attack a conservative’s character, even if she is at the point of passing on.
How’s this for a career enhancing PR stunt? Stand up comedian Maria Bamford says she’s really unsettled by the Trump Administration’s foreign policy as of late, so much so that she has filed a restraining order against the president himself.
It seems everyone in entertainment media is trying to out virtue signal everyone else in the field and at the moment it appears Amy Schumer is back on top of the Hollywood social justice food chain.
Brace yourselves: a new “woke” film is preparing to hit the film festival circuit.
In the #MeToo era, many in the music industry have been producing and awarding sexually exploitive lyrics.
On Wednesday morning, House Speaker Paul Ryan announced that he would not be seeking re-election to the House in November. Predictably, the GOP leader’s stepping-down was celebrated by liberals across the Twitterverse.
It seems that 2018 is the year for John Hughes-esque teen dramedies to make a come back. This time with the full force of LGBT appeal. Hoping to gain a following with fans of the film, “Love, Simon,” Netflix has announced a new gay teen romantic comedy for it’s streaming service that will appear in June, just in time for the nation’s major Pride festivities.
Robert De Niro has been making good on his promise that he will be speaking out against Donald Trump and his conservative supporters at every opportunity, or at least when a handful of Hollywood sycophants is there to applaud his liberal orthodoxy.
Dr. Evil of Austin Powers fame made a guest appearance on Wednesday’s episode of “The Tonight Show” with Jimmy Fallon. The villain came on the show to talk about his recent firing from the Trump administration, because even his over-the-top vision of world domination apparently was not evil or wicked enough to last in President Trump’s terrifying regime. Late night comedy is so creative, isn’t it?
Some celebrities are treating the Roseanne reboot’s high ratings as a sign of the impending apocalypse, proving that the only acceptable way to address the Trump presidency is with unrelenting hostility.
The liberal media have loved to air intense speculation about the possibility of Russian collusion with the Trump administration. It’s been almost non-stop. But when it comes to President Donald Trump’s recent toughness against Russia — expelling 60 diplomats — they’re far less interested.
According to Matthew McConaughey, assault weapons are not “alright, alright, alright.” But banning them is.
Popular conservative intellectual Ben Shapiro is making the switch from podcast to conservative talk radio next month. A leading voice for the younger generation of conservatives, he hopes the transition will allow him to become a fixture for all conservative listeners.