Golden Globe Awards

To Hell With These Gilded Charlatans

Karl Notturno, American Greatness

We all find ourselves struggling to understand what we want. What we truly want. But most of us have a sense. After all, few of us want to identify with the avaricious pragmatist, willing to compromise anything for an extra buck, or with the social climber and gossip, who carefully manipulates and politics his way through a social group. No. We’d prefer to identify with the hero who stands strong, against all odds, for what he believes. This hero need not be ripped and dashing or a caped crusader punching bad guys and saving the world. At the end of the day, a cutting British comedian telling a bunch of entitled spoiled celebrities to go to hell will do just fine.

We Were Going To Ignore Ricky Gervais And The Golden Globes, But…

We can’t remember the last time we watched a media awards show, it was probably the last time Johnny Cash got an award at the CMAs – the Oscars, the Golden Globes, the Tony Awards – forgot about them years ago. But it turns out Ricky Gervais' monologue, while not exactly safe for Sunday school, was nonetheless very funny as it let the air out of Hollywood's woke windbags.