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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Patricia Heaton
Emmy-award winning actress Patricia Heaton — who plays the beloved but beleaguered wife on both hit series' "Everybody Loves Raymond" and "The Middle" — said without God, she wouldn't have seen so much career success.
"Moms' Night Out," a faith-based film that delves into the comedy genre, is sparking discussion about whether Christian movies can be funny and appeal to a wide audience.
For Patricia Heaton, the last 20 years appear to have been a motherhood marathon.
Patricia Heaton took to Twitter Wednesday afternoon to voice her displeasure with "UK's Finest Socialists" after a movie theater refused to let her son buy a ticket for "World War Z."
Patricia Heaton and her former "Everybody Loves Raymond" co-star are experiencing a role reversal on her new sitcom.
But she admitted she has no hard evidence that the movie industry has discriminated against her because of her Christian beliefs, NewsBusters reported.
"I came to L.A. when I was 32," she said, giving remarks about her new comedy "Mom's Night Out" to reporters, NewsBusters reported. "For a woman, that's like 100,000 in dog years. I had no agent or manager. The fact that I'm sitting here talking to you all, and I've had a couple of great shows ... God had a hand in opening these doors. It just doesn't happen [otherwise]."