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Latest Jane Russell Items
Today we are living in a sexually permissive society that worships at the feet of behavioral misfits like Charlie Sheen. All the media outlets have been clamoring around the actor, waiting for him to self-destruct, as they report on his antics in an effort to satisfy the insatiable appetites of a wanton and degenerate public ("Sheen: 'My efforts' helped get pay for 'Men' crew," Web, Tuesday).
"On Tuesday's World News, ABC's David Wright highlighted actress Jane Russell's 'botched back-alley abortion in high school,' which led her to push 'hard to expand adoption,' but he failed to mention that she described herself as 'vigorously pro-life,' and that she was a conservative activist," writes Matthew Balan at Newsbusters.
Jane Russell, who died this week at 89, was one of the last grown-ups in Hollywood, from a time when celebrating love of country was not a felony and a conservative Republican was not an endangered California species.
She was the voluptuous pinup girl who set a million male hearts to pounding during World War II, the favorite movie star of a generation of young men long before she'd made a movie more than a handful of them had ever seen.
She was the voluptuous pin-up girl who set a million male hearts to pounding during World War II, the favorite movie star of a generation of young men long before she'd made a movie more than a handful of them had ever seen.
A doctor convicted in a bombing that nearly killed the chief of the Arkansas Medical Board has been sentenced to life in prison.
Movie star Jane Russell will be part of the burgeoning cast for Troopathon 2010, a live broadcast to raise money for care packages for troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.