Still, Stallone hesitates to call himself a member of the GOP. “May the best fighter win,” he said. “I don’t think you can be totally one-sided forever. Then you close your mind to all sorts of possibilities. It’s just, ‘Who comes along better at that time for what the planet is going through?’ Right now, it’s pretty confusing on every side.” … [Read more...] about Vince Vaughn, Adam Sandler and other Hollywood conservatives
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Movies on TV this week: Sunday, Feb. 16, 2020: ‘Mr. Smith Goes to Washington’; Chinatown; Deliverance; The Godfather; The Godfather, Part II; Taxi Driver and more … [Read more...] about What’s on TV Wednesday, Feb. 19: ‘Stumptown’ on ABC
Skidmore appealed, and on Friday a three-judge panel of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ordered a new trial. The panel found that U.S. District Court Judge Gary Klausner gave instructions that failed to make clear that an arrangement of otherwise unprotectable elements in a song can be sufficiently original to merit copyright protection. … [Read more...] about Justice Department backs Led Zeppelin in ‘Stairway to Heaven’ copyright case
“He’s had to connect with a brand-new audience he’s never encountered before. He’s pushing their buttons,” said Bobby Choy, a longtime friend and singer-songwriter who moved to Seoul a few years before Cho did. “His voice is still there. It’s still him, but he’s more handicapped.” … [Read more...] about A Korean American stand-up comic walks into a bar in Korea. Hilarity ensues — or so he hopes
But he is also, that old person might notice, green — at 30, Barack Obama was just graduating from Harvard Law — and on the trail, it shows. He has the right profile and the right temperament for suburban Democrats who’d have probably preferred another Obama term, but in the short campaign, he hasn’t yet managed to refine his pitch. He talks mostly about holding those in power “accountable,” suggesting he could use his documentary-filmmaker chops in the Capitol, perhaps by setting up an investigative unit in his office — a nice idea, but what it would look like, or how it would be better or more effective than the House Oversight Committee, is not entirely clear. He’s reluctant to get into specifics on other matters — not because he can’t, it’s clear when talking to him, but because he’s afraid anything he says will come back to haunt him. Asked to explain his ideal foreign policy, he said simply, “Tough and … [Read more...] about Can Anti-Trump Fury Help a 30-Year-Old Democrat Win Gingrich’s Old Seat?