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Pt. 2: Entertainers: Sex it up …

October 29, 2013 by


(Read part one from yesterday first, we suggest.) We were writing about whether history has any lessons for us about potential consequences of a skin-baring entertainment culture. On that topic, there

Right wing host still insulting

August 12, 2013 by


We certainly didn’t expect a change when we spent a few moments this evening monitoring the radio show of Mark Levin, who’s already on our Shameful list. And, sadly, we were correct.

We’ll be back August 12th

July 26, 2013 by


Meantime, you can find us fishin’ in Asbury Park. (We throw them back.)

Criticism of Beyonce unwarranted, says The Guardian blog

June 8, 2013 by


No surprise that the article in yesterday’s post generated considerable reaction. This links to just one of the opposing positions, from Caperton Gillett (pictured) in a Guardian blog:

Respect for women? Writer says beware of anointing Beyonce

June 7, 2013 by


Today’s pop culture embraces talent but also skin and too many artists succumb to making their bodies as much a part of their performances as their artistic abilities. Writer and producer Rahki Kumar (pictured) presents an eloquent argument against such behavior in

Will Hollywood follow through and respect the victims of the Newport carnage?

December 22, 2012 by


We have agreed with those who believe that a culture of violence in the entertainment industry could be one contributing factor to criminal activity. But we note that analyzing what leads to crime is a complicated issue. Mental illness should be a focal point to discovering when it is a cause of vicious acts. In […]

Bad journalism by entertainment show

May 2, 2012 by


Once in a while, we get sidetracked into the world of stardom. The syndicated program, Extra, is not known for solid journalism and so, the sloppy

Entertainment program uses inappropriate guest

November 1, 2011 by


The entertainment show Extra tonight covered the CBS 60 Minutes interview with Bernie Madoff’s wife, Ruth, and his son, Chris. Both said they had no knowledge of Bernie’s Ponzi scheme. They added comments by real estate magnate Donald Trump who said the comments were part of the scam, implying that they actually knew about the […]

Conservative’s verbal assault on actor, CNN host

September 28, 2011 by


Jeff Kuhner, a conservative newspaper columnist and president of The Edmund Burke Institute for American Renewal, a think tank based in Washington, DC took on the role of movie critic last night. Substituting on Michael Savage’s radio show, Kuhner expressed his opinion about Morgan Freeman. He first referred to the Hollywood community as “degenerates.” He […]

Interns and good looks

August 14, 2011 by


CBS’s Sunday Morning, which we believe is the best program on network television, highlighted interns in its cover (first) story today. A typically wonderful piece reported by Rita Braver, it explored the phenomenon of unpaid interns, the status of a majority of those seeking experience designed to land a full-time job. Every young person shown […]

Actor Jim Parsons: a good example

June 12, 2011 by


Jim Parsons, best known for his Emmy and Golden Globe award winning role as Sheldon in the tv series, The Big Bang Theory, is respectful to what he has. On CBS’s Sunday Morning (the best show on television, we believe) today, he spoke of some of his blessings: being in a Broadway show, The Normal […]

Entertainment program The Insider: Sad question

June 8, 2011 by


One of the hosts of the show interviewed Andrew Breitbart, who broke the story of Anthony Wiener’s sexual communications, including photos and conversation, with what Weiner says were six women. She asked whether Weiner’s wife should stay with him. Questions like this are completely inappropriate. He is not a family relations specialist, a psychologist, or […]


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