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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - James Woods
Legislation intended to allow physicians to apologize for bad treatment outcomes without them being used against them in malpractice lawsuits is again under consideration in Rhode Island.
Actor James Woods, a Hollywood hero for conservatives who's been outspoken against President Obama and his policies, took the Comic-Con stage in New York to speak on what he saw as a more inspirational subject: America's future ability to make great scientific leaps and bounds.
James Woods, the award-winning actor and outspoken conservative, said Tuesday night that he's aware he may never work again in Hollywood because of his political views.
Emails released to the public show that the IRS specifically targeted tea party groups, and thousands of motorcyclists descended upon the nation's capital to pay tribute to the the victims of 9/11. On the international stage, Russia President Vladimir Putin took the American press to chastise President Obama. Here's a recap of the week that was from The Washington Times.
It's a safe bet there's no love lost between Hollywood actor James Woods and President Obama — the former has taken to Twitter several times over the last few months to trash the policies and politics of the latter.
Hollywood's James Woods took to Twitter to condemn a recent Rolling Stone magazine edition that seemed to glorify terrorism by splashing a rock-star-type photograph of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on its cover.
James Woods, one of Hollywood's best-known actors, took to Twitter over the weekend to decry President Obama's impromptu defense of Trayvon Martin, the 17-year-old killed by George Zimmerman in self-defense in Florida, and suggested that race was not an issue in the acquittal.
"White House Down" is the sort of movie that rewards low expectations. Fortunately, moviegoers were well primed with the similarly themed "Olympus Has Fallen" earlier this year. All "White House Down" needed to beat the competition was to be competent, or pretty close.
Actor James Woods is asking Rhode Island lawmakers to support legislation to allow doctors to apologize for bad treatment outcomes without the apology being used in a malpractice lawsuit.
Rhode Island officials say actor James Woods will be testifying before a state legislative committee in support of a bill that would allow doctors to apologize for bad treatment outcomes, but ban those apologies from being used against them in malpractice lawsuits.
Massey Energy Co. recklessly ignored safety and allowed dangerous conditions to build inside a West Virginia mine until a blast last year killed 29 men in the deadliest U.S. coal accident since 1970, according to an independent report released Thursday.
Silver screen conservatives -- those rare pro-America stalwarts standing fast in glittering Hollywood -- have taken notice of Rep. Allen West, the Florida Republican who recently rocked CPAC 2011 with his rousing, reasoned patriotism and straightforward demeanor.
His presence on the panel isn't surprising, he said, given his pre-Hollywood roots.
"Years ago, I was a student at MIT," he said during the panel's question-and-answer session