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December 26, 2012

Jon Voight in Negotiations to Play Soviet Spy in Ronald Reagan’s Hollywood Biopic

EDITORS NOTE: The best political documentary of all time, in my opinion, is “In The Face of Evil, Reagan’s War in Words and Deeds” (see trailer) This film, written and directed by Stephen K. Bannon, is a treatment on Reagan’s rise to power and how he, along with Margaret Thatcher and Pope John Paul the II, won the cold war against the Soviet Union and forever banished Communist Russia to the ash heap of history.  Unfortunately, the Communist had their own parellel game plan that involved the control of the American Mainstream Media, our Public Education and Hollywood Movie making. So do not expect to see truth but do expect to see a rewite of history to support the abosolute hate of the tradional values that made this Nation the greatest on earth.

Jon Voight in Negotiations to Play KGB Agent in Ronald Reagan Biopic

by Paul Bond

Jon_VoightThe indie, “Reagan,” is one of at least three upcoming films about the 40th U.S. president.

Oscar-winning actor Jon Voight is negotiating to play a pivotal role in Reagan, an upcoming movie about President Ronald Reagan, people associated with the project said Tuesday.

Voight, perhaps the most prominent and outspoken conservative in Hollywood, would play a Soviet KGB agent whose job it was to track Reagan, the 40th U.S. president who is largely considered a hero of the Republican party.

The movie is based on The Crusader and God & Ronald Reagan, two books by Paul Kengor. The story unfolds as a young Russian leader visits a retired agent named Viktor – the character Voight is negotiating to play – so that he may learn of the demise of the Soviet Union.

“Viktor is actually a character based on a number of KGB agents and Soviet analysts who we now know were tasked with keeping tabs on Ronald Reagan for many years,” Kengor said. “This is a feature film and not a documentary and I thought it was a smart way for the producers to keep the integrity of the story and yet make it entertaining.”

The $35 million independent movie is being written by Jonas McCord (The Young Riders, The Body) and Howie Klausner (Space Cowboys). It is produced by Ralph Winter, who was behind the 2000-06 X-Men films, along with Mark Joseph, who produced the indie film Doonby in 2010 and was a marketing executive on such films as The Passion of the Christ, Holes and Ray.

The former U.S. president is a fairly hot commodity in Hollywood nowadays, with multiple projects in the works that will feature Reagan. The Butler, for example, has already generated controversy for casting liberal activist Jane Fonda as Nancy Reagan while Alan Rickman plays Ronald Reagan. The Weinstein Co. film is expected to open in 2013.

Reykjavic from Participant Media will feature Michael Douglas, also a liberal activist, as Reagan. Participant has backed several politically-charged movies, including Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln and former Vice President Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth.

Perhaps the best-known treatment of Reagan was in 2003 when James Brolin portrayed him in the Showtime miniseries, The Reagans, largely perceived to be a negative take on his presidency.

via Jon Voight in Negotiations to Join Reagan Biopic – The Hollywood Reporter.

October 12, 2012

Lindsay Lohan Endorses Republican Candidate Mitt Romney

When it comes to Hollywood endorsements, Republicans usually have to take what they can get. The big names generally tend to swing left-of-center, as Tinseltown’s elite regularly host fundraisers and head out on the campaign trail in support of Democratic candidates.

This electoral cycle is no different, however it appears that a few, more prevalent actors and performers are stepping up to the plate to endorse GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Clint Eastwood, Stacey Dash, and now — Lindsay Lohan.

Despite recently getting into an alleged altercation with a Republican congressional staffer, Lohan is anything but turned off by the Grand Old Party’s messaging.

While she openly supported President Barack Obama in 2008, Lohan is changing teams. At the center of her decision to select the Republican nominee over the Democratic incumbent? Unemployment.

“I just think employment is really important right now,” the troubled star told E!, while at Mr. Pink’s Ginseng Drink event in Beverly Hills, California, on Thursday. “So, as of now, Mitt Romney. As of now.”

Last month, during Obama’s Democratic National Convention speech, Lohan tweeted the president, about the need to cut taxes for “those that are listed on Forbes as ‘millionaires.’”

“If they are not, you must consider that as well,” Lohan continued in the same social media message.

The message, which was hard to decipher, was subsequently deleted from her feed, although TheBlaze noted that she kept a number of other political tweets up, including one that included a link to contribute to Obama’s campaign.

It seems that the starlet’s opinions — at least for now — have changed. In 2008, Lohan offered to stump for Obama, but the campaign allegedly turned her down. At the time, it was suspected that the actress was in a same-sex relationship, which purportedly led her to make numerous claims against then vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin and the Republican Party.

via Lindsay Lohan Endorses Republican Candidate Mitt Romney |

September 26, 2012

These Are 10 Surprising Republican Actors & Singers

Hollywood is known for being overwhelming left-of-center. From celebrity-led fundraisers supporting President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign to incendiary rhetoric aimed against Republicans, the majority of Hollywood doesn’t hide its liberal inclinations.

That being said, Tinseltown isn’t completely devoid of GOP enthusiasts. While they comprise a very silent minority, right-of-center celebrities exist – and some may even surprise you. While the following list is by no means a complete picture, it is a compilation of 10 of the most interesting and surprising actors and performers who reportedly consider themselves Republicans.


Actor Tony Danza is known for his popular role on the 1980s sitcom “Who’s the Boss?,” for his former talk show gig and for appearing in some popular feature films. But the New York City-born actor is also a Republican who may even have political ambitions of his own.

In fact, in a recent interview, he told The Wall Street Journal that he’s thought about running for NYC mayor:

“I’m of a certain age, and you see things, and you think maybe you could help,” Danza said. “You say: ‘Let me fix the city. Let me run for Mayor.’” […]

Danza declined to say which party he’d run for, adding that he’s never made a monetary contribution to a politician. “The country’s been hoodwinked into thinking we’re supposed to do that,” he said.

While he didn’t share his political persuasion, numerous outlets have reiterated his right-of-center views.

Actors Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Tony Danza attend the ‘Premium Rush’ New York premiere at Regal Union Square on August 22, 2012 in New York City. Credit: Getty Images


When she’s not slaying vampires, Buffy (also known as Sarah Michelle Gellar) is apparently donating to charity and…being a Republican (allegedly). Gather news writes, “It’s probably no surprise that Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s Sarah Michelle Gellar is Republican. She‘s all about what is right in the world and fixing whatever’s wrong.”

While she’s purportedly right-minded, Gellar is reportedly tight-lipped about her political affiliation.

Actress Sarah Michelle Gellar visits the SiriusXM Studios on February 7, 2012 in New York City. Credit: Getty Images


From “Everybody Loves Raymond” to “The Middle,” actress Patricia Heaton has been a television fixture for over a decade. The outspoken actress has made her pro-life views known, as she has often come out to publicly support anti-abortion causes (although she has also been openly supportive of gay marriage).

The actress is a fan of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, too. In July, POLITICO reported:

Actress Patricia Heaton thinks Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is pretty great.

“Met Gov. Romney last nite – excellent human being,” the star of ABC’s “The Middle” tweeted on Tuesday.

Heaton is one of a few outspoken conservatives in Hollywood and regularly shares her political musings on Twitter.

While everyone may not love Heaton’s political views, she’s certainly a successful example of a political rarity in Hollywood.

Actress Patricia Heaton attends Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movie Channel’s 2012 ‘TCA Summer Press Tour’ on August 2, 2012 in Beverly Hills, California. Credit: Getty Image


Adam Sandler is a well-known comedian. He’s also a Republican who financially-supported 2008 presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani. Numerous media outlets have reported that Sandler is a registered GOPer. Like Heaton, he, too, has stated his support for gay marriage, a stance issue that tends to rile social conservatives.

Actor/executive producer Adam Sandler attends the screening of Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Animation’s ‘Hotel Transylvania’ at Pacific Theatre at The Grove on September 22, 2012 in Los Angeles, California.Credit: Getty Images


Angie Harmon is a Republican and she’s apparently not afraid to show it. The star of “Rizzoli & Isles” spoke at the 2004 Republican National Convention. Naturally, she’s been more than open about her conservative views. In a 2011 interview, she spoke about the experience of “coming out” as a GOPer:

“Here’s the thing about that. When I quote, unquote came out I had no idea I was doing something that was detrimental to my career. It never occurred to me. I’m an American. I’m going to have an opinion as everybody else does and I was asked a question. The fact that it was turned into that I was a gay hating racist was just heartbreaking. It was really horrible. The fact that most of my close friends are gay. After I quote unquote came out as a Republican, one of my dearest gay friends said to me, ‘You’ve got to go on a T.V. show and tell everyone you like gay people.’ I was like, ‘Why?’ He was like, ‘Because you’re a Republican.’ I was like, ‘I’m sorry who’s stereotyping who?”

Interestingly, Fox News‘ Bill O’Reilly made a guest appearance last season on ”Rizzoli & Isles.”

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA – JUNE 19: Angie Harmon arrives at Gilt Baby and Kids celebrates Wendy Bellissimo collection launch at Palihouse Holloway on June 19, 2012 in West Hollywood, California.Credit: WireImage


While there’s not much known about Heather Locklear and her Republicanism, the “Melrose Place” actress has been known, for years, to be right-of-center. Like Gellar, she’s tight-lipped about her views and hasn’t been quoted much speaking on-the-record about conservative values.

Zimio adds, “Heather Locklear has been known as a Republican for years, but is stubbornly quiet on the issue. She declined to participate in a 2004 documentary called ‘Rated R: Republicans in Hollywood,’ in which celebrity conservatives talked about being a cultural minority.”

Actress Heather Locklear (R) and Ava Locklear arrive at Summit Entertainment’s ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1’ premiere at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on November 14, 2011 in Los Angeles, California. Credit: Getty Images


Joan Rivers isn’t known for being a Hollywood sweetheart. That being said, the 79-year-old comedian and actress is, at least constitutionally-speaking, a Republican. New York Magazine has a few sentences that perfectly encapsulate her views:

Though she calls herself an independent and voted for Obama, she is constitutionally Republican. Friends with Nancy Reagan. Thinks we should just bomb the shit out of Iran. Ambivalent about feminism. Detests whining and victimhood and laziness. Hated Precious. “I got very annoyed,” she says. “I thought, Oh, get a job! Stand up and get a job!”

Despite voting for Obama, Rivers has agreed that his policies are unfair to the wealthy, telling POLITICO, “I think if I work very hard, I should be able to gather the fruits of my labor. And I think if you’re not about to work, you should get minimal and leave me alone. I think if you don’t wear a helmet and you fall off your bike, you pay for the doctor.”

Comedian Joan Rivers arrives to Us Weekly’s 25 Most Stylish New Yorkers Event at STK Midtown on September 12, 2012 in New York City. Credit: Getty Images


Actor Bruce Willis has a penchant for small government. While he may not be on board with all (or most) GOP proposals, in 2006, he made his pseudo-conservatism known.

“I’m a Republican only as far as I want a smaller government, want less government intrusion,” he said, going on to make it clear, though, that he is not political. “I hate government. I’m apolitical. Write that down. I’m not a Republican.”

Willis did support George H.W. Bush in 1992 and President George W. Bush in 2000, but, today, he remains “apolitical.” In fact, he recently said that he doesn’t care who wins in the upcoming election and that GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney is an “embarrassment.” Still, he embraces right-of-center sentiment and, because of his smaller-government views, he qualifies for this list.

Actor Bruce Willis attends the ‘Looper’ opening night gala premiere during the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival on September 6, 2012 in Toronto, Canada. Credit: Getty Images


“90210′s” Shannen Doherty has been vocal about her Republican views in the past. ”I realize that the majority of people in the entertainment business happen to be Democrats. I have no problem with that. And they should have no problem with the fact that I’m a Republican,” she once said.

In a recent interview, Doherty proclaimed that, while she’s a conservative, she needs to believe in a candidate in order to cast a vote for him or her. The actress said that she supports people who are willing to “evoke change and to stand for something.” The actress is also passionate about educating students on what unfolded on September 11, 2001:

“…9/11 affected me, as it affected everybody in this country and most people around the world. It was horrific and scary, but it also elicited feelings of pride, camaraderie and patriotism. You saw a country pull together and support each other. It was one of the most beautiful things I’ve bared witness to, while also being a horrific event with how many people were murdered on that day. My political mind comes into play being that I’m confused as to why we don’t have some form of a curriculum in our schools for teaching about that day.

I don’t think it’s a day that should ever be forgotten. We certainly didn’t forget about Pearl Harbor and we teach about Pearl Harbor. I don’t see why 9/11 is any different, and it’s something I am going to be fighting for. In life, you have to get passionate and stand behind something and fight for it. It takes one person to evoke change, to start a movement to make the world a better place. Education is first and foremost, which is again, why I believe that 9/11 is something that should be taught about in school.”

While she was once known as a wild card and a Hollywood bad girl, Doherty is nowadays calling herself a conservative.

Actress Shannen Doherty arrives at the 20th Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party at The City of West Hollywood Park on February 26, 2012 in Beverly Hills, California. Credit: WireImage

10. 50 CENT

Perhaps the biggest surprise is rapper 50 Cent. In the past, he’s stated that he is, in fact, a Republican. Inquisitr writes, “Rapper 50 Cent allegedly leans to the right and once noted he would vote for President George W. Bush if it weren’t for his felony conviction.”

However, some outlets have shown that 50 Cent, though he once showed his love for the nation’s 43rd president, eventually soured on Bush. has more:

The hip-hop star – real name Curtis Jackson – was a one-time fan of the political figure, telling interviewers in 2005, “I wanna…shake his hand and tell him how much of me I see in him.”

However the In Da Club hit maker has made a dramatic u-turn, accusing Bush of being cruel and heartless. He tells New York Magazine, “George Bush has a talent: he has less compassion than the average human. By all means, I don’t aspire to be like George Bush.” The President has lost public support in the polls in recent years following wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Either way, 50 Cent has shown his support for Republican ideals — a fascinating notion, considering his stature in the entertainment industry.

Singer ’50 Cent’ Curtis James Jackson arrives at the premiere of Open Road Films’ ‘End of Watch’ at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live on September 17, 2012 in Los Angeles, California. Credit: Getty Images

There you have it. Ten of the most fascinating (alleged) Republican celebrities.

via These Are 10 Surprising Republican Actors & Singers |

April 17, 2012

GOP Mistakes, Social Justice Oxy-morons & Women’s decisions that effect ME.

A Few Names in the News.

by BurtPrelutsky

Burt Prelutsky
humor columnist

I REALIZE there are perfectly decent Republicans who still hold out hope that, through divine or not so divine intervention, Santorum, Gingrich or Paul, will wind up being the GOP nominee. I have no doubt that years ago, they were perfectly decent children who believed in Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy. So while I hate to destroy anyone’s delusions, I think it is high time that the RNC grew up and faced reality.

For openers, if this primary season has taught us anything, it’s that the GOP needs to address its laundry list of mistakes. One, they should do away with caucuses; if a state doesn’t wish to stage an actual primary for whatever reason, they should just sit it out. Are you listening, Iowa?

Two, let’s put an end to open primaries. Why would Republicans want Democrats helping to decide who our nominee is going to be? Do you really think they have our best interests at heart?

Three, let’s stop putting Iowa and New Hampshire at the head of the parade. In a general election, neither state is all that important, but because they come first, the nation has to focus on them for weeks, even months, at a time. And no more punishing states like Florida and Michigan for wanting to move up the dates of their primaries. Instead, have a start date; say January 15th, and then allow each state to determine when they want to hold their primary. If they all decide on January 16th, so be it. At least we wouldn’t have to drag these things on endlessly.

Finally, assuming all the primaries wouldn’t take place on the same date, candidates who don’t achieve a certain level of support would be excluded from future ballots. As I write this, there have been nearly 30 primaries or caucuses, and thus far Gingrich has won two and Paul, who is making his third run, has once again won none. There is no good reason that they should continue to be regarded as serious candidates, in just the same way that a bunch of wannabes looking to garner some publicity have no business clogging up the debates. I mean, seriously, did anyone, including his daughters, ever really believe that Jon Hunstman was going to be the nominee?

As long as I’m busy making rules, I would like to make a rule that nobody ever again be tried for a hate crime. A crime is a crime, and whether the victim is a black, a Hispanic or a homosexual, should not make the punishment any more severe than if the victim is a WASP. One can safely assume that every crime is hateful to the victim. People who favor concentrating on “hate” rather than “crime” are the same noodle-heads who are unaware that “social justice” is an oxymoron. Justice doesn’t call for adjectives. Once they’re added on, it ceases to be justice, which is why Lady Justice is always pictured blindfolded and why Martin Luther King pleaded for a colorblind society.

Not too long ago, I saw Rosie O’Donnell and Angelica Houston on TV sticking up for Sandra Fluke, and pretending on Obama’s behalf that mandating contraception and abortion for employees of Catholic entities is not actually an infringement on religious freedom, but is all about women’s health.

In their discussion, they parroted the old line about men having no business being involved in women’s reproductive freedom. Even if we ignore the fact that men are fathers, brothers and boyfriends, whose own lives will be greatly affected because of the decisions made by women, by what stretch of the imagination do these two women — one a 50 year old lesbian, the other a 60 year old who has all the reproductive freedom she could possibly want, thanks to Mother Nature — have commenting on things that don’t involve them?

I recently got word that over 50,000 people have been killed in Mexico over the past five years. At about the same time, I learned that Malia Obama had been vacationing in Mexico with some of her school chums.

I must confess it surprised me that her mother, who seems overly concerned that your kids are eating an occasional cupcake, would send her child to a place that makes Kandahar seem as safe as Lincoln’s bedroom.

Then I heard that the kids were accompanied by 15 Secret Service agents! That’s 15 –count them–- 15!

The first thing that occurred to me was that I helped pay for that kid’s vacation.

The second thing that occurred to me was, like mother, like daughter.


March 21, 2012

Artist Jon McNaughton Depicts Obama With Burning Constitution

Provo, Utah (CBSDC) – Jon McNaughton, a controversial artist who often mixes religion and politics in his work, has released a new painting.

In “One Nation Under Socialism,” President Obama holds the U.S. Constitution as it burns.

While McNaughton previously depicted Obama stepping on the nation’s founding document, “One Nation Under Socialism” glowers directly as if challenging the viewer. His right hand is holding the Constitution and his left hand is pointing to the flames.

McNaughton tells CBSDC that the hands “represents his recognition of what is happening (to the Constitution) as it goes up.”

“There are numerous symbols and subtleties in this painting, and I’m not ready to reveal all of them,” McNaughton said.

CBSDC contacted Jerry Saltz, an art critic for New York Magazine, about the painting.

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When asked for an opinion, Saltz said that the painting contained “bad academic derivative realism,” calling it “typical propaganda art, drop-dead obvious in message” and “visually dead as a doornail.”

“It panders and preaches to the converted and tells them what they already believe,” Saltz told CBSDC.

Saltz said the painting could not be compared to WWII art.

“It has no graphic power of its own. It simply attempts to crawl into the body of that sort of illustration.”

When asked if removed a few years from Obama’s presidency could the work be then viewed as art, Saltz said the work is “inverted, with an American as an enemy — Hitler, Tojo, Stalin, whoever.”

“It’s much closer to the hate images produced in Germany pre-1939, in 1950s USA Red scare, in the USA around Jim Crow, etc.”

Whether stale or arresting, the painting turned McNaughton’s Facebook page into a battleground, where comments are flying from both political adversaries.

McNaughton acknowledges that his latest piece “has brought out more feelings among those on both the right and left than my other previous political paintings.”

Although President Obama is the focal point of the painting and he is the one holding the Constitution, McNaughton insists that he does not “presume to suggest that he was the lone culprit responsible.”

But despite the bickering, McNaughton hopes that he will get the “public talking about what the painting represents. Is Obama pushing a Socialist agenda on the American people?”

He hopes his art will get people to answer such questions.

“People need to start talking, and the conversation is about to get heated,” he said.

As with his other works, McNaughton released a video on YouTube detailing “One Nation Under Socialism.”

In the voice over, McNaughton says, “This is my pledge. I pledge allegiance to the United States of America and not to an ideology that could never stand: one nation — under socialism — divisive with no liberty or justice for anyone.”

via Controversial Painter Depicts Obama With Burning Constitution « CBS DC.

February 13, 2012

‘Conservative’ Movies Make More Money Than ‘Liberal’ Movies – But So What – says Hollywood

Patriotism and traditional values, like those displayed in “Thor,” “The Artist,” “Soul Surfer” and “Hugo,” are what moviegoers want, says a group that will honor such films at an awards gala Friday.

Wanna make money in Hollywood? Release patriotic movies that promote conservative values and do not denigrate Christianity. 

For two decades, that has been the message Movieguide has been pushing, and on Friday, Feb. 10, when it celebrates its 20-year anniversary with an awards show airing on The Hallmark Channel, the organization will present a 76-page report designed to back up its assertions.

This year’s report sells for $1,000, and the price includes tickets to the annual Faith & Values Awards Gala held at the Universal Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. The report praises such 2011 releases as Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close, Battle: Los Angeles, Moneyball, We Bought a Zoo and Hugo while heaping scorn on the likes of Super 8, Red State, A Good Old Fashioned Orgy, We Need to Talk About Kevin, Bad Teacher and Happy Feet Two.

The Movieguide report rates movies using more than two dozen criteria, such as whether a title promotes capitalism or socialism or if it promotes or denigrates biblical principles. Violence, sex, political correctness, revisionist history, environmentalism, feminism, homosexuality and more hot-button political issues all are taken into consideration.

This year’s report concludes that seven of the top 10 films of 2011 scored high on Movieguide’s index and therefore qualify as films with “strong or very strong Christian, biblical, moral and redemptive content.”

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Movieguide identified 91 movies in 2011 that scored high in “conservative/moral categories”; these earned an average of $59 million apiece. On the other hand, it identified 105 movies that scored high in “liberal/leftist categories”; each of those titles earned an average of just $11 million.

The average movie scoring four stars from Movieguide earned $53.5 million while the ones that scored just one star earned $10.6 million.

Exceptions abound, of course, notable ones being The Hangover Part II and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1, hit movies that earned $581 million and $702 million worldwide, respectively, but are panned by Movieguide as films that promote “fringe worldviews” and “obscene behavior.”

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“Most moviegoers want good to conquer evil, truth to triumph over falsehood, justice to prevail over injustice and true beauty to overcome ugliness,” Movieguide editor Ted Baehr writes in the report.

Friday’s awards gala, where the report will be made public, is hosted by Baehr, sponsored by the Christian Film & Television Commission and will be emceed by actor Dean Cain. Scheduled presenters include Joe Mantegna, Corbin Bernsen, Kevin Sorbo and Pat Boone.

Nominees for best movie for mature audiences are:

The Artist

Captain America: The First Avenger

Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close

Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides

Sarah’s Key

Seven Days in Utopia


The Tree of Life

The Way

Nominees for best movie for family audiences are:

The Adventures of Tintin

Cars 2



Justin Bieber: Never Say Never

Mars Needs Moms

Mr. Popper’s Penguins

The Muppets

Puss in Boots

Soul Surfer

via Study: ‘Conservative’ Movies Make More Money Than ‘Liberal’ Movies (Exclusive) – The Hollywood Reporter.

January 17, 2012

Vice President Joe Biden Set To Visit ‘On Air with Ryan Seacrest’

by Jeffers M. Dodge January 17, 2012

On Monday, January 23,  “American Idol” host and radio personality Ryan Seacrest“ will welcome special guest Vice President Joe Biden. 

Joe will  answer questions submitted by college students, according to an announcement online. The veep will be on at 7 am PST.

After examining Seacrest’s website I noticed he leans a little to the Left however, Seacrest tweeted on Tuesday: “Throughout 2012, I’m welcoming political leaders from all points of the spectrum.”

Here are my hard core Real American Idol questions:

Ask him why tuition is so high? Ask him about the relationship between the college administer using the knowledge that Big Government guarantees any increase in tuition that it gets from student loans as long as the college tows the line in regards to the Liberal ideology. Have you ever wondered why teachers, professors and administrators are mostly Liberal and less than 5% are Conservative? Tuition is high because wages and benefits are paid indirectly through the government and no set by Free Market competition.

Ask him who is more likely to vote to reelect he and Obama: Private sector employees or government workers? Ask him the relationship between Big Government and Poverty? Or in other words, who is most likely to vote for he and Obama, the poor, who are dependent on Big Government welfare, or workers who are sick and tired of being taxed too much? Ask him why there are less jobs when he and Obama came into office and contrast that to when Bush was president during most of his term the country was ‘fully employed”? (Until the Democrats took over congress.)

Ask Joe about the 12 million illegal immigrants that live in the shadow economy and how they contribute to the income disparity that is the cause célèbre. Ask him how many government services they receive and who they would vote for and why. He will drop the word ‘illegal’ and tell you that Republicans hate immigrants not ‘illegal’.

Ask him about the Public Employee Union Bosses who after “taxing” the rank and file contributes their money to the ‘Democrat in the race’ knowing that once in office the Donkey will do anything for the Unions including legislating pay hikes despite the fact that the wages and perks are higher than the average private sector equivalent and they have bankrupted the treasury of many municipalities run by Democrats.

Before you interview him, research solutions given by the Republican candidates and ask him to contrast Obama’s solutions to the same issues. Listen carefully to his answer. He will not address the question directly; he will instead besmirch the Republican Party as a whole or personally attack the front-runner in particular. He will never argue the merits of their ideas and he will never give you an alternative solution unless it is a solution that the Republicans have already introduced. This is because Obama does not have solutions that make sense to the average person. I am talking common sense solutions that don’t take extreme verbal acrobatics and 1000 words to explain. No, Biden will only tell you about how Republicans are going to end Medicare, food stamps and all the programs designed by the Left to enslave the poor, instead of telling you how the Republicans ended slavery in America and more recently ended slavery in Iraq and Afghanistan. Or how Republicans are the ‘conservers’ of the Constitution, defenders of the Free Market and define greed as when politicians vote to take money and property from a working successful citizen and gives it to another to buy their votes.

Listen carefully how Joe describes Americans. He will describe them in groups that are being unfairly treated by the rich, and when he talks about jobs he is really talking about government jobs, and when he says “Most Americans believe” this or that, he is really talking about those that are dependent on Big Government or the Liberal Elite not those that are independent of Big Government like myself and you, Mr. Seacrest.

Just remember the story of the Cycle of Marx: In order for Big Government to pay for the needs of the poor it needs to tax those that are successful. The more the successful are taxed the less money they have to spend at the local business. The more businesses are taxed the less money they have to hire employees. The result is not only higher unemployment but more dependency on Big Government and the more money it needs to pay for the needs of the unemployed poor. Eventually, Big Government cannot tax anymore so they borrow money from other countries adding interest charges to the cost of paying for the needs of the poor. Eventually, Big Government can no longer afford to borrow any longer because interest payments are to high so they deiced to print money to pay for the needs of the poor. However, printing money causes a devaluation of the dollar, which in turn cause prices to rise. Higher prices in rent, food and energy causes more people to slip below the poverty line making them eligible for government assistance.  So the “Cycle of Marx” starts all over again all because you voted for the American Idol that has great charisma, looks and speaks well.

via Vice President Joe Biden Set To Visit ‘On Air with Ryan Seacrest’ 

December 2, 2011

The Rich Achievers are villains and the Rich Mimickers are Heros


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October 25, 2011

Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler treated in Paraguay after fall: Stay Tuned

Steven Tyler, lead singer of Aerosmith

Steven Tyler, lead singer of the US rock group Aerosmith, was admitted Tuesday to a private hospital in Paraguay for treatment after apparently falling over in his hotel room, a report said.

The singer, who had been scheduled to perform with his long-running band in the capital later Tuesday, was reported to have suffered a cut eyebrow and injuries to his mouth including two broken teeth in the fall, said the newspaper ABC on its website.

The 62-year-old, who has also had stints as a celebrity judge on the US talent show “American Idol,” was treated for the injuries, according to the report citing witnesses in the La Costa hospital.

via Aerosmith singer treated in Paraguay after fall: report.

October 20, 2011

Kardashians | Michelle Obama | Barack Obama

by Betsi Fores 10-20-2011

Barack Obama may have received an endorsement from Khloe Kardashian last year, but the feeling isn’t mutual. This week Michelle Obama revealed her husband’s dislike of the Kardashians and his request that their daughters avoid watching reality supershow “Keeping up with the Kardashians.” “Barack really thinks some of the Kardashians — when they watch that stuff — he doesn’t like that as much,” the first lady told iVillage this week. [READ MORE] via Kardashians | Michelle Obama | Barack Obama | The Daily Caller.

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