Blacklisting is alive and well among the Liberal-Leftist-Progressive establishment. A single word or opinion can get a person blacklisted. Conservatives have to keep their political opinions to themselves if they want to work in Hollywood. While not a Hollywood action, the latest In-N-Out Burger incident gives you some idea how
While doing some research for an article on the Ten Commandments display in Oklahoma, I came across the following comments in a Wikipedia article on Charlton Heston (1923-2008) who starred in the 1956 film The Ten Commandments. They were prescient. Unlike so many Republicans today, Heston wasn’t afraid to speak his mind.
According to a 47-page opinion by U.S. District Judge Catherine C. Blake, “guns that were regulated by the state of Maryland last year, including AR-15 and AK-style rifles (as well as other magazine fed, semi-auto rifles with certain features), “fall outside Second Amendment protection as dangerous and unusual arms.” If
Duck Dynasty has caught the imagination of millions of viewers. I’ve only seen a few segments, so I can’t speak to the attraction, although I’ve read a number of articles that explain why the show is so popular. But with popularity comes differences of opinion. The latest is over wine.
There was a time in America when White people considered race an issue that needed to be discussed. They looked back over the years of discrimination and said “enough is enough.” Many joined in marches in the South to help move America in a different direction on race. Many people