Rack your brain, if you must, but chances are your efforts will be for naught. Rosie O’Donnell’s stardom is less justified than any of the Kardashians, or Jenners, or whatever. Exactly what Rosie’s talents are is a mystery. But there is one aspect of O’Donnell’s persona that does bring us value and is indisputable. When Rosie O’Donnell weighs in on politics, she exposes the inner-most intricacies of the Hollywood and Democratic Party mindset. O’Donnell is the id of America’s left, and she gave us additional insight into that phenomenon again this week.
Kevin Costner may be a good person, it’s hard to tell. He’s a decent actor and has been successful as a producer and director as well. Additionally, he comes across with a likable personality in his roles, so he obviously has talent. But why would we consider Mr. Costner to be more genuinely masculine than the next guy? Because he wears cowboy hats? Because he can act tough in front of a camera? If anything, for those reasons we should be even more skeptical of Costner.
Hollyweird is starting to take note of their responsibility. Over 200 members of Tinseltown’s best and brightest have signed a pledge promising to portray guns in a responsible way onscreen. A batch of writers, actors, producers, and directors – including Jimmy Kimmel, Mark Ruffalo, and Amy Schumer – have endorsed an agreement titled #ShowYourSafety for Brady United.
As part of the radical left, buffoons like Baldwin will go on about women’s rights and how we’re all supposed to love each other, even though his own history of violence is well-documented. Baldwin has assaulted multiple photographers, got so belligerent with a flight attendant he was kicked off a plane, and got so belligerent with his own, pre-adolescent daughter that he called her a “thoughtless little pig.”
The most important, reason why McConaughey’s proposals are unworkable is that ultimately any such provisions would have to be enforced by the government in the broad sense of that word, a government so incompetent that it cannot figure out how to get baby formula on the shelves. Only about 20% of the population now trusts the government to do what is right “just about always”.
More of that, please. Bolsonaro’s response was nearly perfect, though it would have been great if Bolsonaro had added to the thread and slammed DiCaprio for his hypocrisy in wringing his hands and clutching his pearls about the rain forest while simultaneously sailing around on a massive yacht.
Not only are they tearing down our historical monuments with impunity, but they are dismantling our justice system, trashing our culture, and corrupting our children. They also re-write lyrics to our most treasured Broadway shows to match the inanity and insanity they are imposing on us all without our consent.
Will Smith and his siren of openness to boys-night-out should get a special Charlie Chaplin award for the cheeseball slapstick moment of the year. He laughed. She then pouted, which made him manhood-it-up and with a very masculine wagon wheel roundhouse swing, he slapped Chris Rock. Rock laughed off the “punch.” Smith then strutted off the stage hopefully not having smeared his lipstick.
Maher makes a point that many Euro nations have loosened or ended their pandemic restrictions. Much like many here are looking for that as well. The pandemic limitations on kids, who have very high survivor rates, he describes as “unnecessary and horrible.” In my mind anyway, it’s also stupid, and trying to force parents and schools to inject kids as young as five with unproven and possibly unsafe vaccines is criminal.
In addition to the COVID vaccine, I have been vaccinated against smallpox, anthrax, rabies, and a whole litany of diseases the military deemed worthy. Instead, I value informed patient consent and ultimately patient choice. Patients may make personal health decisions I do not agree with about a great many health conditions, but it is my DUTY to lay out the risks and benefits of treatment options and, in the end, respect patient autonomy and decisions.
It’s hard to believe, but the following events happened this year… aka The Year 2020…… Read More »The Delusion of Hollywood and the Music Industry