While reporting on Taylor Swift’s open letter to Congress regarding a drastic reform of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, CBS This Morning focused the story primarily on how Swift, along with many other high-profile entertainers such as Paul McCartney and Trent Reznor, felt YouTube was exploiting the artists' music by not taking a more proactive role in targeting and removing videos and other content that play licensed music without explicit permission from the artist or their record company.
It’s a Match made in Hollywood – antique game show and even more antique liberal actor. Alec Baldwin is back as executive producer and host of ABC’s re-booted game show, Match Game, premiering June 26. This fine actor and foul-mouthed leftist brings back Newsbusters memories. So, here are Baldwin’s top seven run-ins with liberal hypocrisy and mania since 2007.
The liberal comedian Louis CK is a darling of the cultural Left. Esquire magazine hailed him for locating with few words “the awkward, painful truth of everyday life.” He explains the 2016 presidential election using a "brilliant airplane analogy.” It was simply this, the notion that Hillary is the sober, statesmanlike figure of experience, your most masterful airplane pilot:
Singer and hardcore liberal Cher made some rather outrageous comments at a posh Hollywood fundraiser for Hillary Clinton on Monday. "When I watch Trump I just want to blow my brains out.Or maybe not my brains. but I'm just like `What are you talking about? Jesus." I know that Hillary fights for equality for all people and we are no good unless all of us are equal."
Actress and Fox News contributor Stacey Dash was trashed by the Left again for suggesting transgender activists should “go to the bushes” at bathroom time if they can’t decide which gender they are. In an interview on Thursday with Entertainment Tonight to promote her new book There Goes My Social Life, Dash insisted “Hollywood pushes a liberal agenda to the rest of the country. Whether we like it or not, Hollywood dictates the culture of the country.”
When ET’s Nischelle Turner asked about “Caitlyn Jenner,” Dash implied that gender was a “choice,” which violates the code of LGBT political correctness.
An NBC executive recently agreed with the argument that the network’s promotion of Donald Trump built the foundation for his presidential run. For more than a decade, NBC amplified Trump’s public presence with hundreds of stories on the mogul and his business success and little mention of any business problems. A substantial portion of these stories centered on The Apprentice and touted Trump as “the ultimate businessman.”
“Transgender” and “model” are not two words that should go together. Caitlyn Jenner disagreed when the former Olympian posed on the cover of Sports Illustrated wrapped in nothing but a flag. In fact, transgender models are so popular that they now get their own TV show! Whoopi Goldberg, co-host on The View, recently announced that she will be executive producing a show about transgender models called Strut. Set to air later this year on Oxygen, the show will follow a group of “models” as they strive to make their mark on the fashion industry.
Blake Lively is a beautiful young Hollywood actress and new mother. She’s also very shapely – in the likes of Jennifer Lopez and Kim Kardashian – she’s got an ample behind.
Lively recently graced the red carpet at Cannes wearing a tight dress and later posted on social media a photo with the caption, “L.A. face with an Oakland booty,” because…well…it was a picture of her backside in the curve hugging dress. And all hell broke loose on social media. Why? Because many thought it was RACIST.
Superheroes are so last year. In 2016, cannibalism is all the rage.
The Cannes film festival is where everyone who’s anyone in the film industry goes to show off their latest flick and fashion. This year, reporters noted that one on-screen theme seemed oddly prevalent: cannibalism.
Rolling Stone magazine wrote an article on recent comments by Billy Corgan – the former lead singer of the 1990’s hit grunge rock band Smashing Pumpkins. Incidentally, the interview had nothing to do with a possible Smashing Pumpkins reunion or some other musical tidbit. Instead, the article focused on Corgan’s comments about social justice movements, Bernie Sanders, and liberals.
Mark Ruffalo makes a better Hulk than a commencement speaker.
The Oscar nominee best known for his role in The Avengers, Shutter Island, and Spotlight, addressed this year’s graduates from Ringling College of Art and Design yesterday.
Eleven days after a raging forest fire forced the entire town of Fort McMurray to evacuate, there is still no timeline for the displaced families to return home. The media, however, have been busy using the tragedy as yet another opportunity to promote climate change rhetoric.