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Hollywood doesn’t bleed red, white and blue like it did in the heyday of James Cagney and “Yankee Doodle Dandy,” but that doesn’t mean modern-day filmmakers aren’t patriotic — they just tend to do their bleeding on the down-low. See how post-Golden Era Hollywood explores its patriotic side in these Fourth of July DVD picks.
Looks like we have another Jimmy Carter President in the White House. Barack Hussein Obama has been kissing up to the Muslim world since he became president. Could it be from his Muslim childhood in Indonesia? He hardly had a “Yankee Doodle Dandy” childhood. His parents met at a Russian language class in the 1960s at the University of Hawaii (now who studied Russian back in those days, Marxists maybe?). On one of his first overseas trips as president he meets the King of Saudi Arabia (Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques) and gives him a full bow from the waist. No other president has bowed down to any head of state in our history. Then Obama apologizes to the Muslim world for America’s past “transgressions” at the University of Cairo. Yes, Cairo, where our U.S. Embassy was overrun. What does the Obama Administration do? It issues another “apology.” “The Embassy of the United States in Cairo condemns the continuing efforts of misguided individuals to hurt the religious feelings of Muslims...”
Ready to get your Irish on? Here are some movies to inspire your St. Patrick's Day celebration.
MIAMI - Frances Langford, whose steamy rendition of "I'm in the Mood for Love" captivated soldiers stationed overseas on Bob Hope's tours during World War II, died Monday. She was 92.
Being born on Valentine’s Day doesn’t automatically make you a more caring person than most.
It's 3 a.m. A phone rings in the Oval Office. And the person picking it up is …
No matter your taste, the coming Valley arts season is sure to offer something to satisfy. Venues all over town are set to burst with a wide array of theater, dance and music offerings throughout fall, winter and early spring.