Warner Todd Huston

Warner Todd Huston

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Comedian Russell Brand: ‘Trump Was Right About Hillary and Russia’

Firebrand English comedian Russell Brand is admitting Donald Trump was right about Russia all along — after the Department of Justice charged a lawyer linked to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign with lying to the FBI to create the impression that the Trump campaign was colluding with Russia.

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Hollywood Hypocrisy: DiCaprio, Coldplay, Streisand, DeGeneres Among Celebrities Pushing Corporate Giants to Press Congress to Pass Biden’s Tax-Raising Climate Agenda

A horde of Hollywood elites, including Leonardo DeCaprio, Lady Gaga, Barbra Streisand, Justin Timberlake, Billie Eilish, and more, have signed onto an open letter demanding corporations like Facebook, Apple, WarnerMedia, Netflix, Walt Disney, Amazon, and ViacomCBS to pressure congress to pass the Joe Biden White House’s environmental agenda.

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Woke Disney: Stocks Tumble as CEO Warns of Sluggish Streaming Growth

Disney shares tumbled 4.1 percent Wednesday with news that growth of its streaming services Disney+ slowed. The fall also comes after years of being cozy with communist China, efforts to put sexually-laced content in its TV productions, and what critics call politically correct overhauls to it iconic park attractions.

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Daniel Craig Opposes Casting a Woman as James Bond

“No Time to Die” star Daniel Craig, who’s played spymaster James Bond in the last five Bond films, said he is not a fan of the idea of casting a woman to play the secret agent, a character conceived as a British man in the 1950s by author Ian Fleming.

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Chess Champ Sues Netflix for Defamation over ‘Queen’s Gambit’ Series

Russian chess champion Nona Gaprindashvili has filed a defamation lawsuit against Netflix for defaming her in its popular “The Queen’s Gambit” mini-series, in which she says the streaming giant diminished her groundbreaking achievements as a pioneering female chess champion.

Anya Taylor-Joy is chess prodigy Beth Harmon in the Netflix series "The Queen's Gambit."