Category Archives: Hollywood: Then and Now

Friday Photos: There Ought To Be a Law

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Friday Photos: There is No End of History Edition

Benjamin Netanyahu, in his devastating deconstruction of disastrous Obama’s Iranian policy was, in spite of Obama’s unprecedented assault on the Jewish State’s Prime Minister, a Churchillian attempt to preserve Western civilization against the onslaught of IslamoNazis. Obama’s White House would have you believe that Obama’s problem is a personal beef with Bibi. In fact, Obama’s […]

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Warning: Hollywood’s Coming for Your Home and Children

Jewish Action magazine has just published another of my articles about Hollywood as leftist propaganda machine. This time I focus on Hollywood and the family.

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Hollywood: Then and Now

Then: Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall (real name, Betty Joan Perske) with the B17 “Hells Angels” of the 303rd Bombardment Group during a war bond tour, 1944. Now: Jane Fonda posing at a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft battery used to shoot down American pilots, 1972. “If you understood what communism was, you would hope, you would […]

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Hollywood: Then and Now

Then: In 1954 photographer Milton Greene did a photo session of Marilyn Monroe with a portrait of Abraham Lincoln. Said Marilyn: “My father is Abraham Lincoln. I mean, I think of Lincoln as my father. He was wise and kind and good. He is my ideal, Lincoln. I love him.” Now: Sean Penn has defended […]

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