Category Archives: Hollywood

Debating Ben Shapiro’s Unprincipled Position on Disgraced Disney Director James Gunn

* Ali Alexander and Jonathan Lockwood write: “A man may be judged by his standard of entertainment as easily as by the standard of his work,” preached arch-conservative commentator Ben Shapiro in his gospel Porn Generation: How Social Liberalism is … Continue reading

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James Gunn

Steve Sailer writes: “Because of course the way the top-secret, organized cabal of pedophiles in Hollywood keeps itself top-secret is by tweeting gross pedo jokes. That’s how you can tell who is a member of this carefully organized cabal: the … Continue reading

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Movie Club Thursdays

Fridays at 3pm, I discuss a new book each week with Kevin Michael Grace. July 27 The Tragedy Of Great Power Politics by #JohnMearsheimer August 3 Loitering With Intent by #MurielSpark August 10 Hackers: Heroes Of The Computer Revolution by … Continue reading

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Hollywood Rallies Around Director James Gunn & Others Who Joke About Pedophilia

* Breitbart: A series of old tweets by actor-comedian Michael Ian Black about child molestation are raising eyebrows after Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn was fired Friday from Disney for similar jokes making light of pedophilia. Black’s controversial … Continue reading

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David Mamet’s Unconvincing Conservatism

By Kevin Michael Grace Dorchester Review Autumn/Winter 2011 Kevin Michael Grace is Editor of ResourceClips.com. He was formerly Managing Editor of BC Report and a Senior Editor of Alberta Report. He has been published in Chronicles, National Review, The American … Continue reading

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