Julius Caesar vs. Laura Loomer

6-16-17.  NYC, “Julius Caesar” (Shakespeare in the Park)

Conservative activist Laura Loomer interrupted the stage production of “Julius Caesar” screaming:  “Stop the normalization of political violence against the right,” “This promotes violence against Donald Trump,” and called them “Nazis.”  The actor who portrays Julius Caesar is a Trump lookalike, who, in the play, is stabbed to death.

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Laura Loomer storms the stage.

Ms. Loomer was arrested.

What’s wrong with this picture?  You have to ask yourself:  What would happen if Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton were being killed (symbolically) before an approving audience.  My guess is, it wouldn’t last more than one performance.  You’d have swarms of violent protests.  Ms. Loomer was arrested, when the violent protestors at Berkeley were allowed to roam free.

Some thought (I didn’t) that the play would be cancelled after the shooting of Rep. Scalise.  I knew they wouldn’t have the class.  They’re pure scum.

The left are arguing this is a First Amendment issue.  I argue that this play is being deliberately staged to provoke an assassination.  Therefore, it is a direct threat to the life of the President.

A boycott of the sponsors might help.  Time/Warner and the New York Times should be ashamed of themselves.

We need more Laura Loomers.  If we did, this loathsome play called “art” by the snickering left, would be cancelled.  (The following video is from “Inside Edition”.)

Text © 2017 – ERN

Was “Invasion of the Body Snatchers” about McCarthyism?

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SciFi drama. Extraterrestrial seed-pods produce human duplicates that are without emotion.

For the last fifty years plus, there have been conspiracy theories from the left that “Invasion of the Body Snatchers” (1956) was an allegory about McCarthyism.  Let me dispel that theory.

The author Jack Finney, the star Kevin McCarthy and the director Don Siegel have all denied it.  This hasn’t stopped Democrats, liberals, progressives, socialists (or whatever they’re calling themselves), to still point at this movie after all these years and – with a somber tone – warn about the terrible dangers of that time:  the 1950’s.  Despite proof of evidence that “Invasion of the Body Snatchers” isn’t about those “mean, white-bread, colorless, Republicans” they will continue to say it is.  Since when did the truth ever stop them?

Every year or two, Hollywood puts out another film about the 1950’s blacklist, as if it was the worst thing that ever happened.  Today, anyone who works in Hollywood fears of being outed as a Republican.  (Meaning they will never work again.)  We’re in a new blacklist era controlled by the far-left.

Text © 2017 – ERN

Kathy Griffin Posts Photo of Trump Beheaded

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CNN comedienne Kathy Griffin posed with a severed head of Donald Trump – posting it online.  Pres. Trump claims his son Barron saw the photo and was traumatized.  The MSM is trying to distance itself from Ms. Griffin, although the photo itself is representative of what the left have being doing on the Internet since the President was elected.  Q.  When will America wake up and destroy the enemy from within?

Roger Moore, James Bond 007 is Dead at 89

Image result for roger moore, live and let die  May 23, 2017.  Sir Roger Moore, star of seven of Ian Fleming’s James Bond film series, died from cancer in Switzerland.  He was 89.

Duran Duran recorded the title song for Moore’s last Bond film:  “A View to a Kill”.

“The Persuaders” television series intro (starring Roger Moore and Tony Curtis.)

Moore also appeared in the television series “The Saint” (1962 – 1969.)

Peanuts – A Tribute to Charles M. Schulz (Book Review)

Peanuts: A Tribute to Charles M. Schulz, over 40 Artists Celebrate the Work of Charles M. Schulz

Peanuts – A Tribute to Charles M. Schultz – Over 40 Artists Celebrate the Work of Charles M. Schultz. 

EricReports Highest Recommendation.

This is not just another Peanuts book.  This is the ultimate tribute to its creator Charles Schultz by forty cartoonists who were and still are inspired by him.  Who would’ve thought this modest and unassuming man would end up drawing the most popular newspaper comic strip of the 20th Century?  And then die the night before his final Sunday morning cartoon appeared?

Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, Linus, Schroeder and the rest of the Peanuts gang are still very much alive, if you ever take the time to read this.  My personal favorite:  “It’s the Great Old Ones, Charlie Brown” by Evan Dorkin and Derek Charm.

Text © 2017 – ERN