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Latest Alec Baldwin Items
So Hollywood leftist Alec Baldwin kicked off his premiere news talk show on MSNBC this weekend — and his signature temper tantrum-type personality kicked in quickly, with put-downs of New York's police as lazy lawbreakers with racist tendencies.
Oh, Alec, not again. One of Hollywood's noted leftists, Alec Baldwin — affectionately known among media members as the gift that keeps on giving — waded back into controversy recently with a 500-plus-word penned letter to a local newspaper decrying the very industry that boosts his prestige, the paparazzi.
Director Woody Allen has pulled his latest film, "Blue Jasmine," from India because the country's laws require an anti-smoking ad every time a character appears on screen smoking a cigarette.
Comedy Central’s “South Park” writers took on Hollywood’s Alec Baldwin in a recent episode, wondering why one of liberalism’s most vocal defenders can simultaneously spout anti-gay rhetoric, yet still receive the adoration of mainstream media and the left-wing.
Alec Baldwin officially has landed a gig in cable news, MSNBC confirmed Thursday.
"We support the maintenance of a sufficient military to defend the United States against aggression. The United States should both avoid entangling alliances and abandon its attempts to act as policeman for the world," states the Libertarian Party in its bedrock platform statement.
Hollywood hothead Alec Baldwin lost his temper yet again this week, slamming and pinning a photographer onto the hood of his car and chastising the paparazzo for trying to take a picture of his wife, Hilaria Baldwin, who just gave birth.
MSNBC reportedly has a new prime-time lineup for its fall political talk show programming — starring actor Alec Baldwin.
There’s something comfortingly old-fashioned about a Woody Allen picture. Characters still talk of nervous breakdowns, hot jazz jauntily sets scenes, and Google doesn’t seem to exist. And thank goodness for that last one. If a certain character had done a simple Internet search on another, there would be no point to “Blue Jasmine,” which turns out to be a rather un-Woody Allen-esque film and one of this summer’s greatest pleasures.