To protest Georgia's new law on abortion, Alyssa Milano and Bette Midler are urging women to deny America's menfolk sex. "We just cannot risk pregnancy," says Alyssa. "Join me by not having sex." On Monday's "Tucker Carlson Tonight" I tried to grapple with Hollywood's channeling of Aristophanes. Click below to watch::
If memory serves Bette Midler's first hit was her version of "In the Mood". Forty-five years later, she's finally not in the mood.
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It was a busy weekend at SteynOnline, starting with the conclusion of our latest thrilling Tale for Our Time, The Island of Dr Moreau. My Weekend Notebook looked at "the village idiots of Brexit", the dark corruption at the heart of the FBI, and a comedian whose biggest laugh was a newspaper headline; and our Saturday movie date mourned the passing of Spider-Man screenwriter Alvin Sargent with a film about a very different kind of web. Sunday's Topical Take marked the centenary of Pete Seeger, and our Song of the Week explored the real history of "his" biggest hit. For Mother's Day, we presented our annual audio special of sentimental mother songs. If you were busy with matters maternal all weekend long, we hope you'll want to check out one or two of the foregoing as this brand new week cranks into gear.
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