Back in December, Fox Business Network took on the most devious brainwashing film of our children’s generation: The Muppets. They were basically promoting an Occupy Wall Street agenda, claimed Follow the Money host, Eric Bolling.
But it’s 2012, and that means a new year for crazy! Now Lou Dobbs is on Fox News, railing that two recent animated films, Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax and The Secret World of Arrietty (a Japanese adaptation of the children’s classic story, The Borrowers) are promoting socialism, anti-1% messages, and green energy policies backed by a liberal agenda.
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Natasha VC in WWD. [WWD]
Possible Ken Starr victim puts $30 million home on the market. [WSJ]
Slate does some debunking. [Slate]
Yale Repertory Theater receives $950,000. [NYT] Read More
As we noted yesterday, the May issue of GQ contains a long profile of Lou Dobbs. Contained therein, is one of the more, um, surprising sentences we’ve read in a long while.
“Affable is the word that often comes up from reporters, even staunch critics who meet Lou Dobbs for the first time,” Read More
Myles Miller hears from Lou Dobbs on why he’s supporting the Tea Party movement.
“Why would anyone not?” Dobbs said. Later, Dobbs gets offended by one of Miller’s questions, and says, “I don’t take you seriously.”
In the May issue of GQ, Jeanne Marie Laskas pens a 6,000-word profile of Lou Dobbs post-CNN in which we learn that Mr. Dobbs uses a Mac laptop, objects to the improper use of the word “badly,” is a fun guy to debate, has a radio show that now attracts roughly one million listeners Read More
CNN has settled on a plain title for John King’s new 7 p.m. show: John King, USA. (Via TVNewser.)
The patriotic-sounding show will be the permanent replacement for the departed Lou Dobbs, whose zeal for America was, shall we say, unquestioned.
In a promotional video—which has him taking batting practice at Fenway and Read More
Pollster Doug Schoen, who crunched numbers for President Clinton and Mayor Bloomberg, and made a prodigious study of the independent movement, thinks Lou Dobbs, who dubbed himself “Mr. Independent” would be a “formidable” candidate for office.
In an email this morning, Schoen said, “Dobbs would be formidable wherever he runs and Read More
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Lou Dobbs just announced he will leave CNN to pursue “constructive problem solving,” but CNN has already announced a replacement. Reports Felix Gillette:
John King will be the network’s new 7 p.m. anchor. Mr. King will take over the time slot sometime early next year. For the time being he will continue to anchor CNN’s Read More
Today, CNN executives announced that John King will be the network’s new 7 p.m. anchor. Mr. King will take over the time slot sometime early next year. For the time being he will continue to anchor CNN’s Sunday morning public affairs show, State of the Union. According to a press release, Mr. King’s yet-to-be-named Read More