Monthly Archives: July 2012

CNN Backpedals after Biased Segment on Sarah Palin Airs

With the announcement of its president’s departure from the network and its ratings being at an all-time low, CNN’s brand looks to be in additional jeopardy.

The cable news network has managed to further tarnish its standing, with the airing of a news story that ended up being an egregious affront to conservatives and a flagrant display of disrespect toward women.

While purportedly seeking to establish the reputation of being a nonpartisan alternative to MSNBC and Fox News, CNN has instead featured unethical biased coverage with regard to Sarah Palin, the former Alaska governor and 2008 GOP vice presidential candidate.

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The Violent Film Component of the ‘Dark Knight’ Massacre

In the aftermath of the carnage that occurred at an Aurora, Colorado midnight showing of the highly anticipated film, “The Dark Knight Rises,” it is important as a society to take a look at the heightened violence contained in movies and the deleterious effect upon the culture.

Following the heinous act that took place at the screening of the final installment of the “Batman” trilogy, film related items were discovered by the police, which may turn out to be meaningful in the criminal case against 24-year-old suspect James Holmes.

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ABC Apologizes for Linking Tea Party to ‘Dark Knight’ Shootings

After ABC News erroneously broadcast a report that the suspect in the Colorado “Dark Knight” theater shooting may have been connected to the Tea Party, the network has issued an apology.

“An earlier ABC News broadcast report suggested that a Jim Holmes of a Colorado Tea Party organization might be the suspect, but that report was incorrect,” ABC News indicated in a statement. “ABC News and Brian Ross apologize for the mistake, and for disseminating that information before it was properly vetted.”

ABC News had issued an earlier statement saying that the report was “incorrect” but had not included any apology in that statement.

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Outsourcing in Obama’s Hollywood

The Obama campaign is apparently intent on labeling Mitt Romney, albeit erroneously, as someone who in the past shipped jobs overseas.

Meanwhile the president’s reelection machine has been raking in campaign cash from its legions of rich Hollywood supporters.

The George Clooney event was the largest of the Hollywood fundraisers thus far, hauling in a record $15 million.

The campaign-related affair was originally scheduled to take place at the home of DreamWorks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg.  However, it ended up being held at Clooney’s residence because, as is typical of many high-powered Left Coasters, Katzenberg’s place at the time was undergoing an extensive remodeling.

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Next Up, 4D Movies

Just imagine going to the movie theater and having the seat beneath you move, fog envelop you, water wash over you, and gunpowder fumes fill your nostrils, all timed perfectly with the images that are appearing on the big screen.

Well, the sensory overload is right around the corner and is already taking place in theaters outside the U.S.

It seems that ever since the advent of 3D movies practically every big budget film has been released in the format, with the attendent higher ticket prices boosting the box-office take.

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Anti-Christian Film to Portray Jesus as a Child of Rape

If you have been offended by some of the anti-Christian films, television shows, music, etc. that Hollywood has been spewing out over the last couple of decades, brace yourself for a new movie that a prominent director plans to release.

Paul Verhoeven, who directed Sharon Stone in “Basic Instinct,” is in the process of putting together a film on the life of Jesus Christ.

The plot of the film is so completely repulsive that providing even a mere description of the proposed project proves to be a painful task. However, it is necessary for the public, and particularly the Christian community, to be aware of the rise of faith-based “hate crimes” that are being committed via our pop culture.

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