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By returning to Christian roots, the nation can achieve greatness once again
Topic - Dan Gainor
A cultural tug of war is brewing between conservatives and liberals over the message of "The Hunger Games." Are the popular teen novels and films a leftist call for the downtrodden to rise up against the rich? Or an Orwellian take on the dangers of Big Government?
Even 24,471 days later, D-Day remains a strong presence in the American mindset. Monday is the 67th anniversary of the Allied invasion of Normandy on June 6, 1944, and will be marked by a dozen U.S. lawmakers and 40 World War II veterans who gather at Cricqueville-en-Bessin, France, to rededicate the Pointe du Hoc Ranger Monument.
Do we have ignition here? Iowa Republicans already have predicted that Rep.Michele Bachmann's appearance at a Polk County Republican dinner in Des Moines on Thursday night will be "historic," complete with an announcement from the Minnesota lawmaker that she plans to run for president in 2012.
"'2 Broke Girls' is proof each week that no one at the FCC cares what is going on regarding broadcast TV. If they did, they’d put the show in a more appropriate time slot, like 3 a.m.," Gainor told FOX411. "It’s a nonstop bad sex joke. In one recent episode, I counted at least 14 different sex jokes. ..."
"To look at the 'Hunger Games' and not see that the people running the government are the evil ones is deliberate blindness," said Dan Gainor, vice president for business and culture at the conservative Media Research Center.