‘Lone Survivor’ Marcus Luttrell Blasts Gun-Free Zones at Chattanooga

July 21st, 2015 12:45 PM
Lone Survivor’s Marcus Luttrell is leading the charge of veterans who are tired of politically correct anti-gun, anti-uniform policies at military facilities.

A-List Actor Leads Standing O for Afghanistan Vet During Awards Show

June 12th, 2014 3:07 PM
Well that’s not something you see every day. An A-list actor led Hollywood celebrities at an awards show to give a standing ovation to an American war hero in the audience. At the Spike TV “Guys’ Choice Awards” June 7, Mark Wahlberg accepted the “Troops Choice” award and spent his whole time on stage thanking and praising the U.S. military and former Navy…

Bozell Column: The Heroes of 'Lone Survivor

January 18th, 2014 8:14 AM
A few years back, during the Media Research Center's annual gala I was honored to pay tribute to the family of a real American hero, Michael Murphy, the Navy SEAL posthumously awarded the first Congressional Medal of Honor for service in Afghanistan, and the first since the Vietnam War. Few in the room knew the story because only Fox and a handful of other outlets told it. When the medal…

10 Best ‘Lone Survivor’ Takedowns of Liberal Media

January 13th, 2014 5:01 PM
CNN’s Jake Tapper would have done well to read “Lone Survivor,” rather than just seeing the new movie, before interviewing former Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell last week. If he had, Tapper might have been more careful than to describe the deaths of Luttrell’s SEAL comrades in Afghanistan as “senseless.” And he would have been wary of Luttrell’s contempt for…

'Lone Survivor' Takes on CNN's Jake Tapper Over Whether His Deadly Af

January 12th, 2014 10:52 PM
The website Box Office Mojo reports the Afghanistan war movie “Lone Survivor” opened to an estimated $38.5 million this weekend, which is second all-time in January behind 2008's sci-fi monster film “Cloverfield.” On Friday afternoon, CNN anchor Jake Tapper interviewed the “lone survivor” of the title, Marcus Luttrell, and actor Mark Wahlberg, who…

Say What? Hollywood Hot for Rights to Conservative's Book

August 17th, 2007 1:04 AM
Here's something you don't see that often: The major movie studios are engaged in a bidding war over a book written by someone who served in the military and outspokenly conservative Republican.For all we know, this could turn into the sham that was Tom Clancy's "Sum of All Fears," but still, this is a nice change from the usual Hollywood baying for gay cowboys eating pudding.[T…