Margaret Atwood: 'Right Wing' Will Cause Real-Life Handmaid's Tale

July 17th, 2017 3:19 PM
In Emma Watson’s interview with Margaret Atwood, Atwood revealed she believes the dystopian world of The Handmaid’s Tale could actually become reality on account of “right wing power.”

Entertainment Weekly Remains ‘Woke’ on Feminism During Sleepy Summer

July 15th, 2017 2:13 PM
Entertainment Weekly magazine, once known for its pop culture reviews, now more for its feminist grandstanding, stuffed its summer double issue of July 21/28 with bits and bobs of chic liberal activism, particularly of the feminist variety. The News & Notes section was particularly political: “Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman is the hero we deserve and the hero we need -- a fearless female walking…

New Starz TV Drama Pushes Blasphemy, Gay Muslims, and Illegals

June 5th, 2017 12:45 PM
Imagine a universe where the Christian God and pagan gods coexist as flawed entities. Then imagine the story revolves around immigration and the supposed terrors of gun culture. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Starz’ American Gods. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly’s Marc Snatiker, Michael Green, a showrunner and producer of the series, explained the plot of one of the latest episodes,…

'30 Days, 30 Songs' Releases Anti-Trump Song Every Day Until Election

October 26th, 2016 10:14 AM
Just in case there isn’t enough anti-Donald Trump celebrity rants, celebrity videos, sex toys, or TV shows, writer Dave Eggers has blessed us all with 30 anti-Trump songs. On October 10, Eggers launched his 30 Days, 30 Songs initiative to release a new anti-Trump song every day until Election Day. Four years ago, Eggers created 90 Days, 90 Reasons, a campaign to motivate voters to re-elect…

New Obama Movie Declares, 'Before He Gave Hope...He Was Barry'

October 21st, 2016 3:33 PM
Another gushy movie about President Obama will surface a month after the election. The Root reported that Netflix will be releasing an original movie, Barry, documenting Obama’s early college years. The teaser trailed released Thursday featured a brazenly inspirational message that read, “Before he gave hope, before he created change, before he made us believe ‘we can,’ he was Barry.” This gushy…

Charity Single for Orlando Victims Helps Support GLAAD

July 7th, 2016 9:51 AM
In response to the horrific Orlando shooting last month, two dozen celebrities have jointly recorded a charity single to benefit the recovering victims, a Florida LGBT community center ... and gay speech police organization GLAAD.  

Actress Who Voiced Elsa in 'Frozen' Supports Giving Her a Girlfriend

May 23rd, 2016 11:15 PM
Idina Menzel, the woman who gave voice to Queen Elsa in the blockbuster animated movie Frozen, stated that she supports a campaign to give her character a female love interest in the film's upcoming sequel. In an article posted earlier this month on the Entertainment Weekly website, reporter Joey Nolfi asserted: “When it comes to the idea of Frozen's Elsa having a female love interest, some fans…

Liberal 'Hunger Games' Star Selected to Portray Fidel Castro's Lover

January 20th, 2016 7:16 PM
According to an exclusive interview posted Tuesday on The Hollywood Reporter website, Jennifer Lawrence -- a liberal actress who played heroine Katmiss Everdeen in the four-part Hunger Games series of science-fiction movies -- has been chosen to portray Marita Lorenz in Marita, a “romantic spy drama” that will focus on the German-born woman who was sent to Cuba to assassinate Fidel Castro but…

OITNB Rewrites ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas’ with Sex, Profanity

December 23rd, 2015 12:43 PM
There’s no better way to celebrate Christmas than with sex, profanity and violence, right? Or so suggests one Netflix show about female prisoners. In a new video released just in time for the holiday, the cast of Orange is the New Black created a special spoof of the classic poem “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas.” Entitled “‘Twas a Night in Litchfield,” the video includes references to the…

Entertainment Weekly Puts Trans Actor on Cover as Statue of Liberty

June 17th, 2015 2:51 PM
Entertainment Weekly put transgender actor Charles "Laverne" Cox dressed as the Statue of Liberty on its cover for the June 19 issue, a "special LGBT issue." The unsubtle message over his head was "AMERICA'S TRANSFORMATION." (Italics theirs.)  Inside the cover story came with a gooey headline: “Lady Liberated: Laverne Cox is the most famous transgender actress in America. She might also be the…

Entertainment Weekly Writer Slams Conservative Criticism of Oscars

February 24th, 2015 3:31 PM
Entertainment Weekly's Anthony Breznican blasted conservatives on Monday's CNN Tonight for criticizing actress Patricia Arquette for her politicized acceptance speech at the Oscars. Breznican actually went after Don Lemon for stating that "winners and presenters bring their often-liberal-leaning political and social issues to the ceremony." Breznican asserted: "I can't really think of anything…

Bozell & Graham Column: Still Lying About Hollywood's Communists

January 10th, 2015 7:46 AM
Hollywood is still making movies glorifying communists like blacklisted screenwriter Dalton Trumbo as the true libertarians and constitutionalists, no matter how ludicrous it sounds. Luckily, there’s a new antidote to this film’s message, a book called Hollywood Traitors by longtime Human Events editor Allan Ryskind.

Lesbian Actress Bashes ‘Creepy Christians, Conservatives' On Subway

November 5th, 2014 10:43 AM
If there was ever a clear-cut example of the blatant bias the media shows to favor homosexuals and demonize Christians, this would be it. One of the stars of Amazon’s streaming television show “Orange is the new black” had it out in a shouting match with a preacher on the New York City subway Tuesday morning. The video was uploaded last night and has gone viral, thanks no doubt to the media’s…

On Dixie Chicks, NPR and WashPost Slam 'Cowardice' of Country-Music In

May 11th, 2013 6:40 AM
The new Natalie Maines record is continuing to spur music writers to slam the "cowardice" of the country-music industry and the stuffiness of the country-music audience in the aftermath of Maines trashing President Bush at a London concert on the eve of the Iraq war.  On the NPR show "Fresh Air" on Wednesday, music critic Ken Tucker insisted Maines was just ahead of where the majority would…