Sean Davis, Michael Anton, Phil Kerpen and Andrew Fox on The Larry O’Connor Show 09.10.2020

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 Netflix’s “Cuties” Is So Much Worse Than We Thought and the Leftist Media Still Defends It (RedState)

Netflix’s “Cuties” was controversial from the word “go” and for good reason. The entire movie centers around a young Muslim girl who joins other young girls to form a “twerking” dance troop against the beliefs and values of her family.

The revulsion started with the promotional art for the movie, which featured the girls in their skimpy dance outfits in provocative positions. This absolute rejection continued with the trailer which didn’t help the situation at all. [Read More]

The Stakes: America at the Point of No Return (Amazon)


The next election is the most important one America has faced in more than a century.

That’s not campaign hype. America is divided as almost never before—with contesting political factions regarding themselves not as rivals but as enemies. [Read More]


Bullies, Inc. (Tablet Mag)

America has long been a land where fiction seamlessly turns to fact and fact becomes fiction in turn. Bonnie and Clyde were Depression-era bank robbers before they became screen legends.

They also inspired Charles Starkweather and Caril Ann Fugate, two real people who went on a killing spree in the 1950s; Starkweather and Fugate, in turn, inspired Terrence Malick to direct Badlands, his 1973 masterpiece. Walking Tall’s Buford Pusser; Death Wish’s Paul Kersey; Charles Whitman, the Texas Tower Sniper—the list of characters who inspired real people or real people who then became fictionalized characters is long. The never-ending, pingpong match can grow dizzying, but this is how American culture and, increasingly, American politics are made. [Read More]

ABC’s Jon Karl Confronts Trump on Woodward Tapes: ‘Why Did You Lie to the American People?’ (Mediaite)

“Why did you lie to the American people? And why should we trust what you have to say now?” ABC News reporter Jonathan Karl asked President Donald Trump at a press briefing Thursday afternoon.

After opening the briefing with a lengthy statement blasting his 2020 opponent Joe Biden, the president was confronted by the press corps on an audio recording of him admitting he deliberately downplayed the coronavirus pandemic earlier this year.

Karl’s very direct question kicked things off. [Read More]




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