Monthly Archives: January 2012

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The Chuck Finale: What Network TV Tells Us About Love and Marriage

Most people don’t go to church anymore. Charles Murray notes that regular religious attendance is pretty restricted to the White Upper Class. But people, still, even with network audience erosion, park themselves in front of the TV every day. Television, … Continue reading

Posted in cable television, chuck, family, hollywood, love, marriage, more | 23 Comments

The Strange Politics of TV’s Alcatraz and Person of Interest

There is only one institution in America with any reach. Only one that really shapes culture. Only one that reflects, and changes it. No, its not churches. Hardly anyone goes to Church any more. Nor is it politics, unaffiliated people … Continue reading

Posted in men, more, pc, television, women | 20 Comments

The Inexplicable Decline of Women’s Tennis

For some reason, totally unknown to marketers, women’s tennis has inexplicably declined both in quality, as observed in The New Republic, but also passion from the public and sponsoring revenues. Pay for tennis executives is declining, between 8 and 22 … Continue reading

Posted in feminine, more, williams, women's tennis | 23 Comments

Charles Murray and the White Class Divide

Charles Murray has an article in the WSJ outlining America’s class divide. Murray notes the emergence of the “Super Zip Codes” that all go to the same elite schools, hold the same elite jobs, live in a very few elite … Continue reading

Posted in class, elites, more, murray, race, sex | 29 Comments

Newt Gingrich, Anti-Patriot, Scam Artist

A true patriot, puts his country’s interest before his own. Will subordinate whatever fame, fortune, and applause he will get out of book tours, personal appearances, and fund-raising, in a certain doomed effort, for the good of the country. Newt … Continue reading

Posted in banzai, more, newt gingrich, obama, romney, women | 23 Comments

Martin Luther King: The Return of Otto von Bismarck

Today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day. A day for maudlin celebration of a plaster saint, instead of the very real political genius who shaped, for better and worse, today’s America. But just like Martin Luther King Jr. is regarded … Continue reading

Posted in admirable, bismarck, king day, more, power | 34 Comments

Orange County’s Illegal Alien Serial Killer: How the Dream Act Murdered the California Dream

In Orange County, a series of murders of homeless, aging White guys (that’s them above) had everyone on edge. One even took place outside a local library. The latest one involved a man, ironically, featured in the LA Times being … Continue reading

Posted in california dream, crime, diversity, dream act, more | 36 Comments

NBC’s Bet on Chelsea Handler: The New Supertrain, or Pink Lady and Jeff?

NBC seems betting big on “Girl in the City” type sitcoms, along with Fox (the New Girl with now newly divorced Zoey Deschanel, sister to Bone’s Emily Deschanel, and yes daughter of famous cinematographer and director Caleb Deschanel), and CBS … Continue reading

Posted in chelsea handler, more, nbc, television | 24 Comments

Hollywood Bets It All on Stupid

Nowhere is the continual stupidity of Hollywood more visible than in the LAT’s section “the Big Picture” by Patrick Goldstein. Goldstein swallows whole the lunacy that Hollywood is following: trying to make money by producing (mostly) American financed/starring movies designed … Continue reading

Posted in china, hollywood, more, movies, stupid | 8 Comments