Mark Steyn has a fantastic piece in the latest National Review on George Clooney and Hollywood's moral vanity. You have to subscribe to read it on line and I am going to respect the copyright of my favorite magazine, but here's a taste. Responding to Clooney's self-congratulatory twaddle that movies like his own Good Night, and Good Luck and Syriana show that "people are getting braver," Steyn writes:
Steyn's piece alone is worth the price on the cover.
Completely beside the point: Is this a difference between men and women? The Reddess used to think Clooney was a studmuffin but now, because of his politics and the brain dead way in which he promotes them, she finds him repulsive. I, on the other hand, still think Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Anniston are hot.