Monthly Archives: November 2005
Ann Coulter appears to be one of the few people willing to defend Ohio’s newest congresswoman, Jean Schmidt. Ann accurately asserts that Schmidt was indisputably correct in her comments on the house floor during the heated debate over the “Murtha resolution.” Ann also manages to blister Congressman Murtha-it makes for great reading. You might want […]
It would have been thrilling to be at the Rockefeller Center in midtown Manhattan (49th Street and 5th Avenue) tonight to see the lighting of the huge Christmas Tree. It must be gorgeous. Maybe I will get to visit NYC this Holiday season. Check out the article at the New York Times.
It seems like a case of “never mind” about Britney Spears making a Broadway debut in Sweet Charity. Thank goodness. You can read lots more at Broadway World. Hopefully, we are all saved from this stage faux paus.
There was not time yesterday to get a post in on a most appalling story. It appears that Harry Reid let loose with some classified information, and no one seems to be holding him accountable. The mainstream press was “stuck on stupid” and acted as if the only news story on Tuesday was the resignation […]
This post represents the 100th post completed at Thespis Journal since my first day of blogging on September 5, 2005. I have been thinking today about the best way to celebrate this milestone. A lot has happened since the ridiculous mainstream media coverage of Hurricane Katrina, and the ridiculous proposals of “Reform Ohio Now” had […]
Senator Trent Lott may be considering a comeback, and I certainly hope that will return to the senate in 2007 and to the Republican Leadership team. It was absurd to begin with that Mr. Lott was forced to give up being the majority leader for praising Strom Thurmond at his birthday party. The liberal media […]
I revere Michelle Malkin. She is wonderfully accurate, original, and entertaining. I have a problem with one of her Friday posts in which she bashes public education and public school teachers. I emailed Michelle the following letter, but I have received no response. I hope that my “open letter” will generate response from supporters of […]
Ian Schwartz has up a great photo and commentary regarding Cindy Sheehan! You have to see this, it will only take a moment. Cindy Sheehan is a fool. While I agree with Rush Limabugh that keeping her out front gives the liberals a ridiculous spokesperson, it is difficult to handle her publicity stunts and her […]
There are several reports that Britney Spears may be in talks to replace Christina Applegate in the Broadway revival of Sweet Charity. Certainly, no Broadway producer would permit this tragedy to happen. The Sweet Charity revival is a marvelous production full of energy, vitality, and show-stopping numbers including the incandescent “Rich Man’s Frug,” the gospel […]
Broadway musical fans have another film version of a Broadway classic to celebrate this Holiday season. RENT, based upon Jonathon Larson’s intimate, explosive, lyric laden and plot rich rock opera, opened in theater nationwide on Wednesday, November 23, 2005. The Broadway incarnation of RENT has been playing at the Nederlander Theater at 41 Street and […]