PJTV’s Roger L. Simon and Lionel Chetwynd take on James Cameron in the Amazon and Hollywood’s useful idiots:
In the latest episode of PJTV’s Poliwood, Roger L. Simon and Lionel Chetwynd, both Oscar nominees, discuss what to do about Al Gore’s Academy Award-winning “documentary,” An Inconvenient Truth, in light of the revelations of Climategate:
Momentum? Simon and Chetwynd’s suggestion has made the LA Times. There’s no chance this would ever happen, but for it to even appear in a reliably liberal MSM outlet shows Climategate is starting to grab the public’s attention.
Roger L. Simon and Lionel Chetwynd discuss the artistic elite’s lame defense of Roman Polanski, who drugged and sodomized a 13-year old girl:
One good point: What if Roman Polanski had instead been Father Polanski? Would the artiste-elites have been so swift to defend the indefensible? No, I don’t think so, either.
A truly excellent point: Where were these same defenders of the artiste-elite’s claim to a special morality when Theo van Gogh was butchered by a devout Muslim?
Side Note: I’ve really come to like Simon and Chetwynd’s Poliwood: it’s fixed stage and single camera remind me of afternoon talk shows from when I was a child, when the host and guests would actually, shock and surprise, talk about the issues of the day.