Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Harming America the Pop Culture Way...

Some Americans believe that dad civilization have no impact on the state of the nation. They believe that coverage on the mass media is frivolous —a complete waste material of time. They are dead wrong. Just look at how the hip-hop industry have damaged so many immature Americans, giving them insidious function theoretical accounts to glorify law-breaking and self- destructive behavior.

Some very big American corps are responsible for that corrosive entertainment, which impacts unattended children more than anyone else.

And then there is the movie industry, which is now actually putting American service people at risk. A vile film called "Redacted" demoes U.S. soldiers committing homicide and colza in Iraq. Directed by Brian Delaware Palma, the movie is being distributed by billionaire Mark Cuban, the Dallas Internet guy.

It is Cuban who is the primary scoundrel here. Most American movie theatres won't demo the film, knowing it will inflame passionatenesses against our military in a clip of war. But Cuban doesn't care. He financed the film and will demo it in theatres he owns. If even one American is killed because of this film, that is on Mark Cuban.

And then there's Robert Robert Redford and Uncle Tom Cruise. Their movie "Lions for Lambs" open ups on Friday. Some of the reappraisals are calling it "preachy and boring.'" We'll have got a study coming up. Related
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The general agreement is that "Lions for Lambs "simply raises questions. What Redford's long history of far left activism is troubling. His Sundance cablegram transmission channel routinely props up extremist left stuff.

Now, on a recent junket, Robert Redford told the foreign fourth estate that we Americans have got lost sacred freedoms. Robert Redford is entitled to his opinion, however, foolish it may be.

But he might believe about what film Mogul Samuel Sam Goldwyn wrote in 1961 during the cold war. "We should never lose sight of the fact that, no substance how entertaining a image may be or how much money it may make, it can make our state a great trade of injury if it plays into the custody of our enemies.we have got a great duty in this regard." Indeed.

Finally, I went to see a film called "American Gangster" over the weekend because of complaints it glorified a drug dealer, played by Denzel Washington. — Selling narcotics is the worst law-breaking after murder, kid abuse, and rape. It destructs people, it takes to billions of other crimes. Drug traders are the lowest.

But "American Gangster" did not glorify the dealer, although now for children, it is an first-class film, one that marks corruption, and shows the wicked of Mr. Washington's character.

Those sorts of movies, tough as they are, actually, aid the United States, unlike movies that actively spur anti-American hatred. All of us have got a duty to talk out against that.

And that's "The Memo."

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Now, on the dumbbell front, according to the BBC, supermodel Giselle Bundchen, who gains about $30 million a year, prefers to be paid in euros, not dollars. Because Bundchen, who also prefers signal caller Uncle Tom Brady, an American, apparently is concerned about the falling dollar.

Now, here's a tip, madam: Without America, you'd be back in Brazil, singing, "The Girl from Ipanema". Don't be a pinhead.

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