We all need to ask ourselves, why and how are we standing up against predatory and unjust behavior by the Commander in Chief in the White House. We can’t wait for Oprah … if that’s even going to happen. The shift is now. We are seeing that accountability is possible and some of the biggest stars in Hollywood are falling.
Oprah Winfrey gave her unique take on the #metoo movement at the Golden Globes Award and quite literally brought the house down.
Meryl Streep's art and her speech is still important and still necessary, but if the left is to make any real dent in the highly charged culture war we now face, insulting sports, Martial Arts and fawning over other Hollywood celebrities is not the best way to go about it.
It didn't take long for the hordes of outraged activists, social justice warriors and haughty journalists to descend upon Ricky Gervais's performance at the Golden Globe Awards on Monday, accusing the legendary comedian of "transphobia" and, wait for it, not being funny.
Here's what bothers me most about the Farrow tweets: they happened at all. While no one should argue that Ronan and Mia Farrow be required by law to take the high road, there's something undeniably tawdry about using what they claim is a serious and destructive act committed against a young girl -- what's at the very least a nasty accusation on their part -- as some kind of petty and snarky shot across social media.
It's Monday and so it's back to the grind with you, gerbils. Here's a couple of headlines and some assorted stuff from around the internet to get you through the day.
Your Friday reading list.