Today, Big Hollywood debuts on the internet, courtesy of Andrew Breitbart and it is a site that needs and has to have support.
It is the creation of Mr. Breitbart to show that there are conservatives, libertarians and, THE HORROR!, R E P U B L I C A N S in the entertainment community.
Mr. Breitbart is doing something about it instead of the constant whining that I often hear from my side, the conservative side, about the culture.
Mr. Breitbart is giving a place for those in the entertainment community to go to. To come clean, so to speak, and admit their political leanings. And to write about what they see as right or wrong with their industry.
It is also a way for us to show some support for those that will contribute to this site at a lot of risk to their careers. If those that contribute to the site have a substantive backing of regular Americans, they will no longer have to keep their opinions to themselves. If there is blacklisting of known conservatives, libertarians and or Republicans, this is a way for that to stop.
I recommend reading Mr. Breitbart's introduction to this new, important site. And I want to highlight the truth Mr. Breitbart speaks:
Until conservatives, libertarians and Republicans - who will be the lion’s share of Big Hollywood’s contributors - recognize that (pop) culture is the big prize and that politics is secondary, there will be no victory in this important battle.
Want to know why the Republican party loses young voters? This will be the place. Want to know why many Americans believe that conservatives and Republicans are not cool? This will be the place.
It is time that conservatives, libertarians and Republicans in the arts realize that there is a public yearning for them to speak truth to power. Not just those such as Gary Sinise or Jon Voight. But, up and comers and those that are put off by the phony baloney liberalism.
Big Hollywood is going to be a go-to site.
Thank you, Andrew Breitbart!