R3publicans:  Happy Christmas From Hollywood

by Taki Theodoracopulos

December 16, 2017

Is there anything not to like about Christmas? The answer is a resounding NO, and I include the secular sham that goes with it, expensive trees and cheap pink paper and maddening shopping. The birth of our Lord Jesus came in handy on his 1914th birthday, when the German and British troops called a halt to the slaughter and played football instead. (The high command should have followed the troops’ example, but they ordered the mayhem to continue from the warmth of their various castles.) Even Hollywood used to—I say used to—get into the spirit of Christmas and made films that warmed the heart and spread good cheer. Has a movie ever touched us more than Frank Capra’s It’s a Wonderful Life? George Bailey, played by the great Jimmy Stewart, has given up on an impeccably lived life helping his fellow man and the community in general, while resisting temptations to sell out to the greedy tycoon played by Lionel Barrymore. Broke and disillusioned on Christmas Eve, he’s about to throw himself into the freezing river and end it all when a “failed” angel played by Henry Travers befriends him and talks him out of it. And makes him see all the gifts he already has, like a beautiful and loyal family and fellow townspeople who love and respect him. It naturally has a happy ending and is a lesson to us all: Appreciate what you’ve got and keep your spirits up at all times.


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Vaxxed flyer promo

Via Liberty on Tap:  So many people worked very hard to bring this movie to Tulsa. Please consider attending and support their hard work. Don’t miss this opportunity! There are powers out there who do not want you to see this movie. This is not an anti vax message but pro-information, pro-education, regarding vaccines and the dark forces involved in this industry.

Coming to Tulsa area

Starworld 20: 10301 S Memorial

June 2nd – 9th 2016 (showtimes expanded to include 2nd)

Showtimes posted here >>>

The film they didn’t want you to see”


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In a Time of Oklahoma’s Budgetary Shortfalls, Paying Film Companies to do Business Here Must Go

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The Oklahoma Film Enhancement Rebate Program was appropriated $5 million for Fiscal Year 2016 and is a program which offers expense rebates to film companies who film in the State of Oklahoma (House Bill 2242). In essence, Oklahoma is paying film companies to make movies here. Although a small amount compared to the 2016 total budget (around $7 billion), the film rebate program is one among many small cuts which could be made to help out in times of budget shortfalls. Oklahoma Legislative Review is calling on Legislators to boldly cut this and other unnecessary functions of government.

Mary Ruth Tapp Recommends The War Room as Another Winner

imagesMary Ruth writes on facebook:  We were blessed with an evening out with our kids Monday night to see this movie. Critics clearly don’t get it. One critic wrote that the Kendrick brothers “have further limited that audience by presenting an emphatically anti-feminist picture of faith, repeatedly underscoring the idea that a woman must be submissive to her husband.” During the movie it came clear to me that submission is not to the husband, but both spouses need to be in submission to our loving Creator since we are all to be the “bride of Christ.” The Kendrick brothers have yet to disappoint; War Room is another winner. Thanks to our thoughtful kids for helping us celebrate 30 years with such an uplifting evening!

Happy Anniversary to the Tapps!

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A Stroll Down Memory Lane for New Years Eve

Ringing in the New Year A bit of entertainment for your New Year’s Eve…we thought folks might enjoy a montage of some classic movie scenes ringing in the New Year, and we thought we’d highlight one of our favorites. Because we love It’s a Wonderful Life, we thought we’d highlight its ending scene… Best wishes […]