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‘Family Talk’ guest: EPA run by ‘militant’ Earth-worshipers who hate America

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is run by “militant” environmentalists who’ve created a cult of Earth-worship, and their hatred of America has led them to become, knowingly or not, a key element of the global Muslim conspiracy, according to a guest on Dr. James Dobson’s “Family Talk” radio show…

Report: Limbaugh ratings down big after ‘slut’ remarks

A lot less people are interested in what conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh has to say after he called Georgetown University law student a “slut” and a “prostitute,” according to one industry ratings source. Politico reported on Monday that Abritron’s key demographic ratings between March 29 and April 25 showed…

Digital media brings women’s erotica out of the closet

A woman with her e-reader in Frankfurt. With ebooks like Kindle and Nook enabling discreet downloading and reading, erotic novels for women are swiftly gaining in popularity. (AFP Photo/Thomas Lohnes) A woman with her e-reader in Frankfurt. … A view of the best-selling book “Fifty Shades of Grey” in New…

China firm buys AMC Entertainment to create cinema giant

Wanda, a property firm owned by one of China’s richest men, said Monday it would buy US cinema chain AMC Entertainment for $2.6 billion, in a sign of China’s growing clout in the entertainment business. The deal, which Wanda said would create the world’s largest cinema owner by revenue, gives…

Bee Gees star Robin Gibb dies aged 62

Robin Gibb, singer with legendary British band the Bee Gees whose disco hits defined an era, has died at the age of 62 after a lengthy battle with cancer. “The family of Robin Gibb, of the Bee Gees, announce with great sadness that Robin passed away today following his long…

Lady Gaga to go on in Philippines despite rallies

MANILA — Lady Gaga’s Philippine concerts will go ahead as planned, organisers said Sunday, despite a series of protests from Christian groups and calls for the controversial singer to be banned. Allan Florendo, assistant vice president of the sprawling SM Mall of Asia, whose arena will be the venue for…

Philippine rally demands Lady Gaga ban

Hundreds of protesters marched in the Philippine capital Saturday to demand a ban on pop phenomenon Lady Gaga’s upcoming concerts, claiming her lyrics were anti-Christian. About 50 riot police blocked a major Manila intersection to stop the marchers from reaching the shopping mall complex where the American singer is due to perform…

Jessica Chastain calls Cannes feminist protest ‘silly’

US actress Jessica Chastain, in Cannes for her role in a film vying for the top prize, said a controversy about the lack of female directors in the line-up for the Palme d’Or was pointless. “I think it’s silly,” she told AFP in an interview. “I think a film should be judged on…

Cannes board brushes off sexism row

The Cannes Film Festival hit back at charges of sexism in its official line-up Saturday, saying it would continue to select pictures based solely on their merits. In response to a mounting row over the all-male selection for the competition at the world’s top cinema showcase, the event’s board said in a…

James O’Keefe’s latest video debunked as fraud

Conservative provocateur James O’Keefe and his handlers promised to “expose massive voter fraud” in his new video project, but according to Think Progress, the one-time right wing media sensation’s latest blockbuster scoop is more of a bust.  The video, another release from O’Keefe’s struggling nonprofit Project Veritas, showed alleged “non-citizens”…

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