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Red Skelton’s Stirring Pledge Of Allegiance

July 4, 2016 | Filed Under Constitution, Declaration of Independence, Education, Entertainment, Founders, History, Holiday, Hollywood, Independence Day, Movies, TV, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Red Skelton’s Stirring Pledge Of Allegiance

-By Warner Todd Huston

This Independence Day holiday is an excellent time to revisit one of Red Skelton’s most endearing works: his recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance and what that pledge means.

Through the 40s, 50s, and 60s, Red Skelton was one of America’s most revered funny men. He was everywhere in movies and all across the early TV. Skelton may be little known by today’s newer generations, but he is someone we should never forget for his patriotism and clean humor.

He made quite a splash in 1969 with his personalized pledge of Allegiance.

You don’t get patriotic entertainment like this anymore…

In the words of Red Skelton:
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Foolish Sci Fi Geeks Celebrate Chinese Government’s New Sci Fi ‘Award’

June 5, 2016 | Filed Under Art, Books, China, Communism, Democrats/Leftists, Entertainment, Ethics, Free Speech, Freedom, Gawker, Journalism, Liberals, Magazines, Media, Media Bias, Movies, Progressives, Regulation, Socialism, TV, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Foolish Sci Fi Geeks Celebrate Chinese Government’s New Sci Fi ‘Award’

-By Warner Todd Huston

A left-wing science fiction site hosted by the Gawker chain of websites recently posted a silly, fawning article revealing that the Chinese government is sponsoring a new “major science fiction award.” It was a piece that wholly ignored the autocratic and murderous history of the Chinese government and ridiculously treated this “award” as a legitimate celebration of the arts.

The website i09,com posted a piece (June 4, “The Chinese Government is Setting Up Its Own Major Science Fiction Award“) by blogger Andrew Liptak who revealed himself to be absolutely clueless about how oppressive China is and seemed to assume that China–being just like every western country–is just doing the world a service with its new “award” instead of creating a scheme whereby an authoritarian government will control “art”–or at the very least holding up state propaganda as worthy of awards.

“This is pretty interesting,” Liptak says as he begins his slobbering article, “during the latest national congress of the China Association for Science and Technology, chairman Han Qide announced that the country would be setting up a program to promote science fiction and fantasy, including the creation of a new major award.”

Now, let’s first wonder exactly what liberals like Mr. Liptak and his audience would say if the U.S. government–or any western government, for that matter–were to announce it intended to meddle in a field of literature like this. Mr. Liptak would be one of the first to denounce the intentions and to scream that said government would be merely spreading propaganda and not the art of literature. Or at the very least he’d be uncomfortable with the idea of a government promoting art for fear that it would eventually turn to pushing pro-government propaganda.

But in Liptak’s piece we get not a whiff that he should be worried that the Chinese government would use its award not to celebrate art on its own merit but rather to further the communist government’s message.
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Guy Ritchie’s ‘Man From U.N.C.L.E.’ Movie Premiere Swag

June 4, 2016 | Filed Under Entertainment, Movies, The Man From U.N.C.L.E., TV, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Guy Ritchie’s ‘Man From U.N.C.L.E.’ Movie Premiere Swag

-By Warner Todd Huston

Fans of the hit 1960s TV show “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” had been waiting nearly 50 years to finally get a new adventure and the many decades of waiting finally ended in August of 2015 when director Guy Ritchie’s re-telling of the TV series debuted on movie screens the world over. This page is dedicated to some of the swag given out to those lucky who were invited to the film’s various premieres across the world.

I personally didn’t make any of the premieres and had to watch the movie like a commoner (after it opened wide in theaters), but I have come across a large number of the items that fans and moviegoers were given at the special screenings as the movie burst forth to great reviews… and, sadly, low audience turnout.

Here is the official trailer of the film to whet your appetite…

As I said, most reviewers loved Ritchie’s vision of U.N.C.L.E. calling it a smart, sexy, 1960s spy extravaganza. Unfortunately, for whatever reason, not enough movie goers turned up at theaters to make it a hit. Oh, it was no dismal failure, but for old time U.N.C.L.E. fans who were hoping this film would spur a new series of big screen adventures, well, let’s just say the hope ended in disappointment.

There could be a sequel, yet, but it doesn’t look good.

Anyway, here is a photo essay of the items handed out at the premieres and a few other assorted items associated with the film. I’ll start with the most common items and after that get to the ones which are a bit farther and fewer between.


One of the 27 X 40 movie posters seen outside the theaters. This one was also handed out in an 11X17 version at theaters (I also have that one).


Another one of the more common posters for the film


These vinyl signs where what one would see in the frames over the door of the theater at the local multiplex. These, of course, weren’t given to moviegoers.


These gray T-Shirts were handed out by the hundreds and are the most common shirt for the new U.N.C.L.E.


There’s no spy stealth if you’re wearing THESE big buttons on your shirt, but fans will know ya, anyway!


Sunglasses were featured heavily in this stylish flick, so the promo department made up some special U.N.C.L.E. sunglasses for fans to take home.


Of course, no smart phone was in the movie as it was an early 1960s period piece, but everyone has cell phones today, right? These were all over the place.


Some moviegoers were luck enough to be given one of these very nice hot/cold metal tumblers.


Every spy needs to stay hydrated, so these water bottles were also given to fans.


Now we are starting to get to the items that were given out in smaller numbers. This all black T-Shirt with yellow lettering isn’t nearly as common as the gray one above.


For those who had too many U.N.C.L.E. items to carry, these handy vinyl shoulder bags were also distributed.


Just in case you need to take some notes in your spy notebook, they gave out these ball point pens, too.


If you were lucky, you were handed a nice, high quality black baseball cap with your favorite U.N.C.L.E. slogan embroidered onto it.


Now we are back to cell phones, again. Even though you aren’t supposed to use your phone in the theater, they did give out a few external cell phone re-chargers like this one. But not many of these were given out.


I think these computer memory sticks were only given to fans in Europe. But I may be wrong about that.


This external iPhone speaker does not have the U.N.C.L.E. logo on it. The outside clamshell, though, is also white like many of the other plastic items, so it does match the color scheme of many of the handouts.


One of the very cool costume choices in the film was Illya’s flat cap. So, anticipating that, the promo department made up at least two different versions of it for fans. These were not handed out a whole lot, though. The darker gray one is of higher quality that the tannish one, I must say.


The swag-makers also made a special shirt for girls, too, and this is the girl’s T-Shirt. It is a long sleeved affair that is long enough to go over the girl’s hips and is slightly flared-out at the bottom almost skirt-like. It has the yellow segment at the bottom with the U.N.C.L.E. logo printed on it.


Fans in Australia were the lucky recipients of this gold vinyl makeup case, apparently trying to raise interest in the female fans.


The next few things were handed out only to the press as far as I know. This full-sized, serviceable backpack is an example.


This is a very nice Stormtech 35L Waterproof, Rolltop Backpack (WXP-1). Not a ton of these were made, for sure.


Now, I don’t have this item–YET–but members of the press (at least in New Zealand) were also given an U.N.C.L.E. umbrella. This is a photo of Threads editor Megan Robinson who received her U.N.C.L.E. umbrella when she attended the movie premiere in New Zealand. You can’t clearly see all of the parasol, but you get the idea from Megan’s snap shot.(Photo used by permission)


Here is a sleeve of unused movie postcards. I am somewhat unclear of where these came from, though.


Next are some items only the cast and crew of the film received (and me, of course).This hoodie sweat jacket was only given to set visitors and movie cast and crew members.


This is a pretty rare Barbour Liddesdale Crew Jacket also given out only to those who worked on the film itself.


Here is an example of one of the booklets used to help crew members plan their work days.

So, there you have it, folks. If you went to one of the many premieres across the world in 2015, you might have gone home with some or all of these items.

I must say that I know vaguely of a few other items connected to the shoot. Apparently Henry Cavill (Napoleon Solo) gave the cast and crew a special limited edition coin as a keepsake for working on the film. I’ve never seen it and only heard tell of it. Also there was some sort of photo book assembled for the crew at the end of the project. That is another item I only heard of second hand and have never seen. There may have been a few other stray items here and there and if I learn more about them or actually get my hands on any, I’ll update this post.

Finally, if you have or know of more swag from the 2015 U.N.C.L.E. premiere that I don’t have here, do contact me and let me know.


New Issue of Marvel’s Captain America Says Criticism of Syrian Refugees is Like Nazism

May 25, 2016 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Art, Books, Comic Books, Crime, Democrats/Leftists, Entertainment, Ethics, Government, Government Corruption, Hollywood, Liberals, Magazines, Movies, Progressives, Rape, Syria, TV, Video, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


New Issue of Marvel’s Captain America Says Criticism of Syrian Refugees is Like Nazism

-By Warner Todd Huston

Marvel Comics is once again re-launching its universe of comic books and in the newest iteration of Captain America readers are told that those who oppose the importation of Muslim “refugees” are somehow as bad as the Nazis.

This month issue number one of the new title Steve Rogers: Captain America will feature long-time Cappy foe the Red Skull, a super villain who originated as a Nazi bad guy in World War Two. And as the preview at Comic Book Resources reveals, the evil Nazi Red Skull delivers a major anti-refugee speech.

“I have just come from Europe–my homeland, in fact,” Red Skull says to a group of thuggish acolytes in the upcoming issue. “And do you know what I saw there? It was an invading army. These so-called ‘refugees’–millions of them–marching across the continent, bringing their fanatical beliefs and their crime with them. They attack our women, and bomb our cities. And how do our leaders respond? Do they push them back and enforce the borders, as is our sovereign duty? Of course not. They say, ‘Here, take our food. Take our shelter. Take our way of life, and then take our lives.’ Despicable.”

Red Skull goes on to ridicule “tolerance” and incite race hate by encouraging the group of men to start a new race war in the name of the evil organization Hydra, another one of Steve Rogers’ long-time foes.

Apparently, as far as Marvel Comics is concerned, if you oppose bringing in hundreds of thousands of illegal Muslim immigrants, then you are as bad as an evil Nazi war criminal.
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Unapologetic Millennial Conservative Has a TOUGH Message for Her Generation

April 28, 2016 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Bill of Rights, Children, Conservatives, Constitution, Democracy, Democrats/Leftists, Education, Elections, Entertainment, Ethics, Free Speech, Freedom, GOP, Government, Government Corruption, Hollywood, Law, Liberals, Liberty, Media, Movies, Music, Progressives, Republicans, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Unapologetic Millennial Conservative Has a TOUGH Message for Her Generation

-By Warner Todd Huston

Young journalist Alexis Bloomer has a message for her fellow millennials and it’s one many won’t want to hear. Alexis wants her fellow 20 somethings to “pull their pants up” and start actually contributing to society instead of lazing around and posting social media updates as if that was activism.

Bloomer also has a message to the older generations: “I’m Sorry,” she says. Sorry for the many failings of her arrogant generation.

The journalist said she decided to assess her generation. “As a millennial, I decided to take it upon myself to try to evaluate what’s so wrong with our generation and why they’re so mad at us,” she said on her video posted to Youtube.

But as she looked over her generation she realized that some of the harshest criticism of millennials probably has a lot of validity to it.

“We’re just existing, we’re not really contributing anything to society,” she insisted and then went on to lay out all the accusations against her generation.

“Our generation doesn’t have the basic manners that include no ma’am and yes ma’am,” Bloomer said. “We don’t even hold the door open for ladies much less our elders anymore.”
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This Sci-Fi Board Proves How the Internet Makes You Stoopid

March 30, 2016 | Filed Under Comic Books, Democrats/Leftists, Entertainment, Ethics, Government Corruption, Hollywood, Liberals, Movies, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


This Sci-Fi Board Proves How the Internet Makes You Stoopid

-By Warner Todd Huston

The Internet can make you stupid and an exchange I had on a science fiction/comic book board is yet more proof of that.

The subject at hand was the effect mutants would have on humanity. I contended that people with mutant powers would end up becoming an oppressive force because their superior abilities would give them unstoppable powers against “normal” people who have no such abilities.

Even if they started out as a minority they’d eventually fight back and their enhanced abilities would not only allow them to win but they would then go on become a major threat to non-powered humans. This, I said, is human nature. Humans with power — even the figurative power of the majority-controlled political establishment that we’ve seen in history — always worked to oppress minorities to some extent and often to the worst extent possible. From royalty, to religious tyrannies, to communism, they all either used the power of the majority, the raw power of might, or a combination of both to oppress the undesirables.

I then used this example to illustrate my point:
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The ‘Bechdel Test’ Proves How Feckless Liberalism and Radical Feminism Really Are

March 28, 2016 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Democrats/Leftists, Entertainment, Ethics, Feminism, Free Speech, Freedom, Gays, Government Corruption, Liberals, Media, Media Bias, Movies, Progressives, Socialism, TV, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


The ‘Bechdel Test’ Proves How Feckless Liberalism and Radical Feminism Really Are

-By Warner Todd Huston

Conservatives like to scoff at the stuff and nonsense that is modern liberalism and its attack on traditional values and the so-called Bechdel Test is a perfect example of this foolishness of the liberal/feminist milieu. The very fact this “test” is even a thing shows how feckless and silly feminism and liberalism are.

For those blissfully unaware, the Bechdel Test is a way to ascertain if a TV show or movie pays enough fealty to feminism. The “test” measures how often two female characters talk to each other about men — whether it be a potential boy friend, a current boy friend, or a husband, or an object of desire or even a father figure. The purported goal of the test is to ascertain whether the characters are indulging the stereotype of women being fixated on pursuing men or otherwise showing they are somehow subservient to the male of the species.

The test may seem simple enough — are women in the film more worried about the men in the film or are they portrayed as more well rounded characters with a richer, deeper development? But in fact, it is meaningless box checking that ignores context and the actual story of the show.

But more significant is the fact that this whole “test” is based on a joke. No, really… an actual joke.
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Robert De Niro Forced to Pull Anti-Vaccine Documentary From the Tribeca Film Festival‏

March 27, 2016 | Filed Under Biology, Entertainment, Gary Krasner, Medicine, Movies, PCism, Science, Society/Culture | Comments Off on


Robert De Niro Forced to Pull Anti-Vaccine Documentary From the Tribeca Film Festival‏

-By Gary Krasner,

(Note: In an Associated Press article published on March 26 in The New York Times, it was reported that due to pressure from pro-vaccine activists famed actor Robert De Niro pulled a film from the Tribeca Film Festival that linked vaccines to autism. This is the story that Gary Krasner, the Director Coalition For Informed Choice, is reacting to below…)

The essence of this story is about defamation of Andrew Wakefield, and how personal defamation has replaced civil debate.

When one party wishes to dodge a debate on the merits of issues (Trump), he will defame his opponent (Cruz) with slanderous lies.

Seeing that progressive politics was a hard sell to the mainstream public, the infamous radical community organizer Saul Alinsky raised it to a high art.

In his “Rules For Radicals” (1971), Alinsky taught that defamation of character is an important tactic to use. Hillary Clinton was an early disciple of his work.

In 1969, Hillary Rodham wrote a 92-page senior thesis for Wellesley College titled “There Is Only the Fight . . . “: An Analysis of the Alinsky Model’.

20 yrs later, Obama taught the rules of this great tactician to Chicago activists when he worked for ACORN. Defamation of his opponents enabled him to win his first 2 local elections.

Today, Alinsky’s 13th rule: “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it”, is being used against parents who think vaccination is a contributing cause of ASD.
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CPAC 2016: Dennis Prager and Prager University

March 3, 2016 | Filed Under Conservatives, CPAC, Ethics, GOP, Talk Radio, Technology, Warner Todd Huston, YouTube | Comments Off on


CPAC 2016: Dennis Prager and Prager University

-By Warner Todd Huston

I have never written anything about Prager University and I have to say I’ve been remiss. So, with conservative talk show host Dennis Prager appearing at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC2016) it is a good time to correct that slight.

Dennis has been around quite a few years and is one of Salem Radio’s biggest stars, but he also founded a Youtube channel called Prager University where you can go to find some of the best arguments for conservatism ever put to video.

These great videos are concise, well reasoned, and short with great production values. But even more importantly, if you are looking for ways to argue against the left you can’t find better intellectual ammunition that that at Prager U.

If you need help understanding conservative principles or just need help on how to formulate your argument when talking to your liberal friends, Prager University is your ticket to the best source for conservative information.

Here is one example…


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Jude Law is Proof Once Again That Actors Should be Ignored Off the Screen

February 28, 2016 | Filed Under Britain, Crime, Democrats/Leftists, Entertainment, EU, France, Government Corruption, Hollywood, ISIS, Islam, Islamofascism, Jihad, Liberals, Movies, Progressives, Rape, Sharia, Syria, Terrorism, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Jude Law is Proof Once Again That Actors Should be Ignored Off the Screen

-By Warner Todd Huston

Actor Jude Law seems to fancy himself some sort of intellectual philanthropist but his trip to the illegal Muslim migrant camp in Calais, France nicknamed “The Jungle” proves once again that actors should be ignored when they are off the screen because they are generally too stupid to be worth anyone’s time.

Actor Law visited “The Jungle” just ahead of its being shut down and demolished. He went there to highlight the “plight” of these illegal migrants and to plead for his own nation of Britain to allow even more of these lawbreaking, rapists and thieves into his country.

Full of faux compassion, Law traipsed around with a coterie of other actors and British celebrities– all of whom were surrounded by a security squad. They filmed some silly special meant to fool Brits into feeling sorry for the migrants but the criminal nature of these people was too much for them to subdue for long because after the cameras stopped rolling these so-called “refugees” turned on Law’s security team and robbed them of their wallets and cell phones.

If it wasn’t so affirming it would be funny — neigh hilarious — that these British do-gooders went to Calais to “help” these illegal migrants only to be attacked and robbed for their troubles.

So, how did Law and his foolish fellows characterize the incident?
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‘Chicago Tribune’ Critic Slams America’s Love of Entertaining Super Bowl Ads

February 8, 2016 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Business, Capitalism, Chicago, Chicago Tribune, Democrats/Leftists, Economy/Finances, Entertainment, Ethics, Free Speech, Free Trade, Freedom, Government Corruption, Jobs, Liberals, Liberty, Media, Money, Progressives, Sports, TV, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


‘Chicago Tribune’ Critic Slams America’s Love of Entertaining Super Bowl Ads

-By Warner Todd Huston

A Chicago Tribune TV critic was aghast that Americans often enjoy the commercials during the Super Bowl. Apparently he was upset about all that capitalism going on and mad that Americans don’t rise up and throw their shoes at their TVs in revolt. Corporations are apparently all venal and wasteful, he alleges, and we shouldn’t stand for it.

In his February 5 critique, Trib’s TV scribe Phil Rosenthal got his dander up several days before the Super Bowl as the nation had already begun talking about the commercials everyone was looking forward to seeing. The prospects of capitalism seemed to have put Rosenthal in a foul mood.

The columnist’s first assumption about why we enjoy many of the commercials was one literally no one believes.

“It’s as if the fact that some marketer spent $5 million per half minute — up about 11 percent from $4.5 million last year — to pitch more than 100 million of us in the Super Bowl 50 audience obliges us to actually pay attention,” he wrote.

No one watches Super Bowl commercials imagining they are obligated to do so because they are so expensive to air. No one.

But from this argument so early in his piece, one can begin to note the anti-corporate and anti-capitalist bent of the rest of the article.
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He’s Not One of Us: Marco Rubio is an Establishment Republican

February 4, 2016 | Filed Under Congress, Entertainment, Ethics, Gary Krasner, George W. Bush, GOP, Government Corruption, Marco Rubio, Republicans, Rush Limbaugh, Talk Radio | Comments Off on


He’s Not One of Us: Marco Rubio is an Establishment Republican

-By Gary Krasner

Is Rubio a conservative? “Compared to what?” as Henny Youngman would ask. And he’s right. Everything is relative.

Which is why I was jolted when Rush Limbaugh seemed to say during his Feb. 2 show that Rubio is a conservative no different than Ted Cruz. Rush visited the topic the next day, too.

But then Rush is a pushover. He knows his fellow Floridian personally and I suspect he feels it would be a betrayal to cast him out. Rush was a good soldier for President G.W. Bush, if you recall. Because Rush is a nice guy. Loyal to friends. He’s not like Michael Medved, for example, who calls Ted Cruz a self-interested political opportunist, and lauds people like John McCain, Lindsay Graham, Mitch McConnell, John Boehner, Oren Hatch, and had actually supported Mitt Romney as his first choice.

Given the folks Medved has loved for years, it’s no surprise to me that Marco Rubio is his preferred candidate. But Rush considers Rubio sufficiently conservative, and distinct from John Kasich or Jeb Bush?! The man from Realville? It doesn’t compute.
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50 Years After the ‘Day The Music Died,’ The Boy Finally Met His Father

February 3, 2016 | Filed Under Entertainment, Music, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


50 Years After the ‘Day The Music Died,’ The Boy Finally Met His Father

-By Warner Todd Huston

The boy who was born two months after his famous father died in a tragic plane crash on the “Day The Music Died,” saw his father’s face for the first time fifty years after the fatal day that stole the elder from our world.

How is this, you ask? This all may seem like one of those riddles or some exercises in logic but, no, I assure you it’s quite a true story. And the truth of the matter makes for a fascinating, if unlikely, story.

Jay Perry Richardson was born the same year his father died in a notable plane accident. In fact, Jay was still peacefully floating in the womb when that fatal day in 1959 came to take the life of his vital and well-known father. Young Jay never laughed with his father, never touched his face, never learned to ride a bike by his dad’s side and were it not for the heavily thumbed and faded photographs his family all so cherished, young Jay wouldn’t even know what his father looked like.

Unless… unless he looked in the mirror. Yes, that face he wore, he has been told, is the spitting image of his father’s. The thought likely always warmed young Jay’s heart.

He may not have known his father in person, but Jay was fascinated by his father’s legacy nonetheless. Jay spent these fifty years of his life studying his father, talking to the many admirers who knew him, writing of him, and traveling the country to keep his father’s memory alive. Even emulating what he knew of the man whose hand he never held, a man with whom he was never able to toss around a football, a man who missed being able to beam with pride at the good school grades of a boy he would never know.
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Liberalism Drips From ‘X-files’ Reboot, Slams Fox News and the Second Amendment

January 27, 2016 | Filed Under 2nd Amendment, Anti-Americanism, Democrats/Leftists, Entertainment, Ethics, Freedom, Government Corruption, Gun Control, Guns, Liberals, Liberty, Progressives, TV, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Liberalism Drips From ‘X-files’ Reboot, Slams Fox News and the Second Amendment

-By Warner Todd Huston

On Sunday evening after football the eagerly awaited first installment of the six-part “X-Files” reboot aired on Fox. Unfortunately, the writers let their liberalism interfere with common sense story telling as the first half of the show featured slams n Fox News host Bill O’Reilly and an attack on America’s right to keep and bear arms.

The mini-series begins with the ostensibly conservative host of an internet-based TV show seeking out our intrepid FBI agents Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson). The character’s name is a not-so-subtle allusion to Bill O’Reilly and the connection is made all the more tangible when O’Reilly is even cited as another crazy, conservative, conspiracy theorist.

The web TV host character is unsubtly named “Tad O’Malley” (Joel McHale) and the first words we hear from him are when Mulder brings his show up on a laptop computer.

Mulder opens his lap top to reveal an appearance of Barack Obama on the Jimmy Kimmel show playing across the screen. The FBI agent switches his screen to the “Tad O’Malley” show and we hear the host saying, “…it comes down to this: It’s the mainstream liberal media lying to you about life, liberty, and your god given right to bear arms.”

Immediately Mulder asks, “Why would I watch this jackass, Scully?”
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Monsters Have Problems, Too, Ya Know?

October 14, 2015 | Filed Under Entertainment, Video, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Monsters Have Problems, Too, Ya Know?


Miss America Contestant Says This Despite Undercover Videos Exposing Planned Parenthood

September 15, 2015 | Filed Under Abortion, Anti-Americanism, Barack Obama, Budget, Congress, Crime, Democrats/Leftists, Economy/Finances, Entertainment, Entitlements, Ethics, Government, Government Corruption, Hollywood, House of Representatives, Liberals, Planned Parenthood, President, Progressives, Senate, Taxes, TV, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Miss America Contestant Says This Despite Undercover Videos Exposing Planned Parenthood

-By Warner Todd Huston

During a question and answer period at the 2016 Miss America Competition, Hannah Robison, the contestant from Tennessee, seemed to offer in her reply what was more like left-wing propaganda than fact by among other things perpetuating the myth that Planned Parenthood is a big purveyor of mammograms to poor and disadvantaged women.

One-time disgraced Miss America, actress Vanessa Williams, asked Miss Tennessee about her thoughts on the move in Congress to defund Planned Parenthood.

“Some legislators,” Williams asked Miss Tennessee, “are threatening to shut down the government over federal contributions to Planned Parenthood, even though no federal funds can be used for abortions. Should Planned Parenthood funding be cut off?”

Sadly, Hannah Robison replied with what seemed like a paid ad for Planned Parenthood, one filled with several lies and inaccuracies.

“I don’t think Planned Parenthood funding should be cut off,” Robinson said. “The $500 million that gets given to Planned Parenthood every single year goes to female care. It goes for scanning for cancer, it goes for mammograms. And if we don’t give that funding to Planned Parenthood, those women will be out of health care for reproductive causes.”

All of this is, of course, untrue. Planned Parenthood offers comparatively little by way of “health care” for women while the largest amount of its funding goes to its abortion mill services. Further, it doesn’t offer any mammogram services at all.
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Hugh Hewitt Absolutely Meant to Throw a ‘Gotcha Question’ At Donald Trump

September 6, 2015 | Filed Under Democrats/Leftists, Donald Trump, Ethics, Foreign Countries, Foreign Policy, GOP, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Journalism, Lebanon, Liberals, Libya, Media Bias, Middle East, President, Republicans, Ronald Reagan, Talk Radio, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Hugh Hewitt Absolutely Meant to Throw a ‘Gotcha Question’ At Donald Trump

-By Warner Todd Huston

Last week right of center radio talk show host Hugh Hewitt had Donald Trump on his radio show and during the interview began throwing a long string of terrorists’ names and organizations at Trump and needled him to say who he knew, what groups they were with, when they started, and all manner of ultra specific answers. Of course, even during the interview Hewitt claimed that he wasn’t trying to throw “gotcha questions” at Trump, but in fact that is precisely what he was doing, his disingenuous protests aside.

Yes, it is pretty disingenuous for Hugh Hewitt to claim he wasn’t trying gotcha questions with Trump. Throwing out a long list of names is not asking about foreign policy.

Asking “What would you do about Hamas” or directly asking about any other foreign policy issue is totally legitimate, of course. But to say, “do you know” this name, that name, these names, and his name, is not “foreign policy,” it is gotcha stuff. They tried this with Bush, they tried it with Reagan, but never once were questions like these asked of Democrats.
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Spanish Language Media Calling Donald Trump ‘Hitler’

August 28, 2015 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Democrats/Leftists, Donald Trump, Elections, Ethics, Government Corruption, Journalism, Liberals, Media, Media Bias, Mexico, Progressives, Republicans, Talk Radio, TV, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Spanish Language Media Calling Donald Trump ‘Hitler’

-By Warner Todd Huston

As the Trump campaign rolls onward, Spanish language media in the U.S. are turning increasingly hostile with the real estate mogul being called everything from Hitler to a monkey.

Tempers flared at a recent Trump press conference when activist Univision TV personality Jorge Ramos leapt to his feet to interrupt the questions from other reporters and threw out a series of rapid fire statements and but no questions.

Trump had Ramos removed for the disruption, but then relented letting the activist TV star to engage him in a debate on some of the candidate’s immigration ideas.

Ramos has admitted that he isn’t really covering Trump as a reporter because Trump’s comments are “personal” to him.
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Review: Guy Ritchie’s Man From U.N.C.L.E.

August 14, 2015 | Filed Under Entertainment, Hollywood, Movies, Music, Theater, Video, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Review: Guy Ritchie’s Man From U.N.C.L.E.

Review: Guy Ritchie’s Man From U.N.C.L.E.
-By Warner Todd Huston

The classic 1960s TV show that barely escaped being canceled after its first season yet rose to a level of popularity that rivaled that of The Beatles is finally getting a big screen reimagining and many fans hope it will be successful enough to spawn sequels and a new series of movies. So, how does Guy Ritchie’s new “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” measure up?

The History

Before we get to the film, many younger viewers will be wholly unfamiliar with the source material. The original “Man From U.N.C.L.E.” TV show, staring Robert Vaughn, David McCallum, and Leo G. Carroll, debuted during the 1964 TV season and almost disappeared in a single season were it not for a spectacular PR effort. Not only was that first season in boring black and white, but it barely made a dent in the ratings meaning the show wasn’t even close to a hit during its first run episodes. But due to some brilliant rear guard public relations, during the show’s Summer reruns U.N.C.L.E. grew into a huge hit becoming one of the world’s first appointment television shows with a world-wide fan base that for a short time rivaled that of The Beatles.

The show that pretty much programmed every spy show since its debut featured a suave, super cool American spy with the unforgettable name of Napoleon Solo (played by veteran actor Robert Vaughn). The imperturbable Solo used his brains as much as he used his brawn to solve his spy assignments. In fact, his brawn was often not much to write home about as he was knocked to the ground and tied up by the bad guys as often as he bested them in fisticuffs.

His partner, Russian super spy Illya Nickovitch Kuryakin (David McCallum, a bit of a newcomer to American audiences) was an interesting, enigmatic, sarcastic man of action who offered as much sex appeal for the ladies as he revealed embarrassment over that very appeal. Many NBC executives initially thought that the character, with his mop of blond hair and youth appeal, was a bad idea. They thought that this Russian hippy should have been gotten rid of. Some even worried that viewers would think he was gay and we can’t have gays on TV in 1964! In fact, the Illya character was initially only cast as a semi-regular character but once fans saw the chemistry between Napoleon and his pal Illya, they couldn’t get enough and Illya’s role was bumped up to co-star. Illya’s past was a bit cryptic and he was certainly never called a Soviet. The closest viewers got to learning about Illya’s personal past was when we learned that he went to the University of Georgia… not the one in the southern state but the Russian one!

Acting as the guiding hand over this pair of super agents was their boss, Alexander Waverly, leader of U.N.C.L.E. Waverly was played by veteran actor Leo G. Carroll who brought a grandfatherly, legitimizing presence to the series.

And what of this U.N.C.L.E.? Well it was an acronym that stood for the United Network Command for Law and Enforcement, an international organization funded by all the world’s nations and its chief duty was to protect the world from the big bad organization named THRUSH. The bad guys were never fully identified in the series (though the novelizations labeled them the “Technological Hierarchy for the Removal of Undesirables and the Subjugation of Humanity”) but they were an organization with resources that rivaled that of U.N.C.L.E.’s and were its polar opposite on the evil scale. Worse than the Nazis, worse than world-wide communism, THRUSH wanted no less than to rule the world.
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This 5-Minute Short Film, ‘Titano!,’ is Truly Worth Your Time

August 12, 2015 | Filed Under Entertainment, Movies, Video, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


This 5-Minute Short Film, ‘Titano!,’ is Truly Worth Your Time

This is a wonderful little film…

H/T io9.com


Red Skelton’s Pledge Of Allegiance

July 4, 2015 | Filed Under Education, Entertainment, Flag day, Holiday, Humor, Independence Day, Movies, Patriotism, TV, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Red Skelton’s Pledge Of Allegiance

-By Warner Todd Huston

This Independence Day holiday is an excellent time to revisit one of Red Skelton’s most endearing works: his recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance and what that pledge means.

Through the 40s, 50s, and 60s, Red Skelton was one of America’s most revered funny men. He was everywhere in movies and all across the early TV. Skelton may be little known by today’s newer generations, but he is someone we should never forget for his patriotism and clean humor.

He made quite a splash in 1969 with his personalized pledge of Allegiance.

You don’t get patriotic entertainment like this anymore…

In the words of Red Skelton:
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Racist Actor George ‘Mr. Sulu’ Takei Calls Black Man a ‘Clown in Black Face’

July 2, 2015 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Clarence Thomas, Courts, Democrats/Leftists, Entertainment, Ethics, Gay Marriage, Gays, Government, Government Corruption, Liberals, Movies, Supreme Court, TV, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Racist Actor George ‘Mr. Sulu’ Takei Calls Black Man a ‘Clown in Black Face’

-By Warner Todd Huston

Is the out and proud gay Star Trek actor a racist for calling a black man a “clown in black face”? Usually the left attacks racists like this for this kind of hate speech? Of course, the left won’t attack in this case because “Mr. Sulu” just attacked Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, a black man that the left claims “isn’t really black.”

Takei made his racist comment during an interview on a local Phoenix Fox News affiliate. He was on to talk about his views on gay marriage, an issue on which he’s become a loud national supporter.

Takei attacked Thomas for saying that slavery was “dignified” and then couched his discussion of American slavery by quoting a movie. Yes, a movie. Takei thinks movies tell us all we need to know about America history.

Here is what Takei said…
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Illinois Still Pushing a Tax on Satellite TV Providers

June 14, 2015 | Filed Under Budget, Business, Cable, Capitalism, Democrats/Leftists, Economy/Finances, Entertainment, Ethics, Government Corruption, Illinois, Illinois State Government, Liberals, Policy, Progressives, Regulation, Taxes, TV, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Illinois Still Pushing a Tax on Satellite TV Providers

-By Warner Todd Huston

Last month I noted that the Illinois state legislature is still pushing yet another tax to bedevil its already over taxed citizenry with the plan to push a tax on satellite TV providers. That plan has not abated.Unfortunately, it is just another example of Illinois burdening it citizens because of the failure of the politicians.

Recently Illinois State Representative Art Turner (D-09) floated the idea of in 2012, but was never signed into law.
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Bill Nye the Liar Guy Claims ‘Science Funding’ Is In The US Constitution

May 28, 2015 | Filed Under Budget, Business, Capitalism, Climate Change, Congress, Constitution, Democrats/Leftists, Economy/Finances, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Ethics, Founders, Government, Government Corruption, Liberals, Progressives, Regulation, Rights, Science, Taxes, TV, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Bill Nye the Liar Guy Claims ‘Science Funding’ Is In The US Constitution

-By Warner Todd Huston

Why, didn’t you know, America, that the Founders were so far reaching that they put global warming funding right in the U.S. Constitution? Well, that is what Bill Nye the not-so-sciencey guy is claiming, anyway.

The guy who plays a scientist on TV, but actually has no science degrees at all, told Vox.com that the U.S. Constitution makes provisions to fund science, so being anti-global warming means you hate the founders… or something.

Here is what Bill Nye the actor guy told Vox:

When you have people denying this basic process, and how we all got here, it’s offensive to me intellectually. And I happen to think it’s unpatriotic. Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution says the government shall “promote the progress of science and useful arts.” So if you’re a politician looking to derail the progress of science, I think you’re not doing your job.

I want voters and taxpayers to recognize this. Do you really want to vote for somebody who doesn’t believe in the scientific method — and doesn’t believe that we defeated smallpox? Do you really want that person running your government?

Of course, this is all built on a lie. The U.S. Constitution says no such thing.
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[VIDEO] Evan Sayet, a Comedian Who Proves that Conservatives Can Do Comedy

May 20, 2015 | Filed Under Entertainment, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


[VIDEO] Evan Sayet, a Comedian Who Proves that Conservatives Can Do Comedy

-By Warner Todd Huston

Comedian Evan Sayet is launching a nation-wide comedy tour with dates right here in Chicago. This great act is not to be missed, so get your tickets for Chicago’s June 3 show.

Sayet has been around for some time

For those of you who are unfamiliar with Sayet, he made a huge splash with a speech he gave to the Heritage foundation entitled “How Modern Liberals Think.” The video has garnered nearly 1 million views across the Internet and it turned Sayet into one of the most respected political comedians in the country.

Sayet is hilarious, yes. But, he wants people to understand that his new show is not just for laughs.
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You HAVE to Watch Yahoo! Screen’s SciFi Comedy ‘Other Space’

May 11, 2015 | Filed Under Entertainment, Humor, Movies, Warner Todd Huston, Yahoo! | Comments Off on


You HAVE to Watch Yahoo! Screen’s SciFi Comedy ‘Other Space’

-By Warner Todd Huston

Do you like those AT&T commercials featuring the two Internet techs Frank and Charlie–one a bearded fellow and the other a wiry young Indian-American lad. If you do it is probably because of the quirky humor of Charlie who is played by Karan Soni. Well, now you have a chance to see more of Soni’s work in a fantastic new webseries from Yahoo! Screen titled, Other Space.

The webseries was introduced last month and already has 8 episodes produced. You can see Other Space only at Yahoo! Screen. Even better it is free.

Soni stars as Stewart Lipinski, the captain of a UMP Cruiser star ship who, after being given his first command, promptly launches his ship into a crack in space that throws it into another galaxy. The humor from the show comes less from your normal sort of sitcom craziness and more from the flawed characters of the crew.
TRAILER:

TV viewers will also be immediately familiar with one of the other characters in the series: Ship’s pilot Tina Shukshin played by actress Milana Vayntrub. Though she has quite a lot of screen credits, you’ll recognize Vayntrub most as “Lily Adams ” the AT&T girl in the recent series of commercials. In fact, all the actors on the show have successful TV careers. The web series also stars Neil Casey (as Kent Woolworth), Eugene Cordero (Michael Newman), Joel Hodgson (Zalian Fletcher), Bess Rous (Karen Lipinski), Art the ship’s robot vocalized by Mystery Science Theater 3,000’s Trace Beaulieu, and Conor Leslie (as Natasha, the Ship’s computer).
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Black Writer Whines That White Hip Hop Fans Don’t ‘Give a Sh*t’ About Blacks

May 3, 2015 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Civil Rights, Crime, Democrats/Leftists, Education, Entertainment, Ethics, Freedom, Government Corruption, Journalism, Liberals, Media Bias, Music, Progressives, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Black Writer Whines That White Hip Hop Fans Don’t ‘Give a Sh*t’ About Blacks

-By Warner Todd Huston

A fellow going by the moniker “Stereo Williams,” one who claims to be an entertainment writer from New York, is all weepy because he thinks white kids who are fans of rap music “don’t give a shit about blacks.” But a look at the lyrics of nearly any rap song pretty much proves that the blacks that make the stuff are really the ones who don’t give a shit about blacks.

In his May 5 article, eruditely entitled, “Too Many White Hip-Hop Fans Don’t Give a Shit About Black People,” the entertainment critique noted that at least two generations of Americans have now grown up with rap and hip hop music as their music of choice. But from that platform, Williams does a high jump straight to the riots in Baltimore.

Williams noted that many of the white friends he grew up with–those same kids who quoted Notorious B.I.G. and 2Pac in middle and high school–now unbelievably “vote red” and have kids of their own. Worse in his view is that some of them have taken to social media to say that the criminals and barbarians who torched Baltimore are “thugs” (his quote marks).
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With Ben Affleck Flap, PBS Again Proves it is a Left Wing Shill

April 21, 2015 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Censorship, Civil Rights Act, Civil War, Democrats/Leftists, Entertainment, Ethics, Journalism, Liberals, Media, Media Bias, PBS, Progressives, Slavery, Taxes, TV, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


With Ben Affleck Flap, PBS Again Proves it is a Left Wing Shill

-By Warner Todd Huston

PBS is not fair or balanced and nothing it does can be trusted. We see this claim fully validated with how the network bent over for actor Ben Affleck’s demand that his slave-owning ancestry be eliminated from a recent program tracing the actor’s family.

PBS had Affleck on its show “Finding Your Roots” to trace his family history and learn of his lineage. But during the process, PBS discovered that the actor had slave owners in his family tree. Affleck was not having any of that, though, and demanded that the show edit out any of that reality. Affleck didn’t want his slave history known by the public.

Instead of retaining its integrity, PBS kowtowed to Affleck’s demands and agreed to excise all mentions from the show of the truth of his family tree.

We know all this because of an email hacker, not because PBS reported the truth to the country that pays its bills with tax dollars.
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Physicians Want Dr. Oz Removed from Columbia University Board Over His Bad Medical Advice

April 18, 2015 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Entertainment, Health, Medicine, Science, TV, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Physicians Want Dr. Oz Removed from Columbia University Board Over His Bad Medical Advice

-By Warner Todd Huston

On Friday, TVs “Dr. Oz,” Doctor Mehmet Oz, was once again forced to defend himself this time after a group of physicians at Columbia University demanded he be removed from the board over what they claim is his pushing of bad science and unsound medical advice.

Oz responded after the group of Doctors forwarded a letter to the university asking the school to dismiss the TV doc from its board.

The letter charges that Oz is a “fake and a charlatan.” The letter continues saying, “Dr. Oz has repeatedly shown disdain for science and for evidence-based medicine.”
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Salon: Marvel’s New Netflix ‘Daredevil’ is Just Like George Zimmerman

April 14, 2015 | Filed Under Anti-Americanism, Comic Books, Crime, Democrats/Leftists, Entertainment, Hollywood, Journalism, Liberals, Media, Media Bias, Salon.com, Warner Todd Huston | Comments Off on


Salon: Marvel’s New Netflix ‘Daredevil’ is Just Like George Zimmerman

-By Warner Todd Huston

Only a left-winger can take a comic book character that was first introduced in 1964 and turn it into a comment on George Zimmerman. But that is exactly what happened at the left-wing Internet rag Salon.com.

Salon’s Scott Eric Kaufman, in fact, used his whole piece to make a strange argument that the new Internet-based version of the Marvel comic character is at once like George Zimmerman, yet not a commentary on today’s world–even though he thinks it should be. Maybe.

Early in his review, Kaufman complains that the way the comic character enacts his TV justice, is “extrajudicial” and “dangerously close to George Zimmerman territory.”

This is a bit of an absurd comparison to make. After all, isn’t every comic book hero a vigilante that could be compared to George Zimmerman at some level or so? Seriously, what comic hero isn’t the sort that takes security, or justice, or retribution, or what have you, into his own hands?
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