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Blame Russia: Hollywood Floats Jeffrey Epstein Suicide Conspiracies

August 12, 2019

Some Hollywood figures let the Russia and Trump conspiracy theories fly on the news that convicted pedophile and accused child sex-trafficker Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in his Metropolitan Correctional Center prison cell on Saturday morning, after he had reportedly been taken off of suicide watch.

The 17 Most Annoying People of 2017

January 13, 2018

It shouldn’t need explaining, but this list is not scientific. I’m just going with seventeen people, both famous and obscure, whose very existence on this planet gave me a skin rash in 2017. And they didn’t need to be annoying in terms of their personality so much as they embodied a highly annoying social trend.

George Takei accused of sexually assaulting male model in 1981

November 11, 2017

A former model and actor is accusing Star Trek icon George Takei of sexual assault in 1981. The accuser, Scott R. Brunton, who was 23 at the time of the alleged incident, claims that Takei took advantage of him when he was most vulnerable.

Steve Bannon free – off the chain now to defend America

August 19, 2017

Hollywood celebrities gleefully licked their chops Friday morning after news broke that Steve Bannon would be leaving his post as White House chief strategist.

Celebrities melting down over Obamacare repeal

May 4, 2017

Republican leaders and President Donald Trump celebrated a legislative victory Thursday as the House passed the American Health Care Act

GLAAD claims LGBT characters treated unfairly in Hollywood films

September 26, 2015

GLAAD has released an online video campaign highlighting what it claims is the unfair treatment of LGBT characters in major Hollywood films.

Titled “Hollywood Must Do Better,” the two and a half minute video features clips from several popular mainstream films released in the last five years that the organization says depicts the LGBT community in a negative, or even “dangerous,” light.