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Soviets on The Americans Welcome Teen Daughter’s Wish to Join Anti-Nukes Protest

Another educational illustration, on FX’s The Americans, of the alliance of interests between Soviet communists and the Left in the West during the 1980s, when both worked to undermine the ...
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FX’s The Americans Returns Tonight; Last Season: Reagan ‘Chicken Hawks,’ SDI a ‘Fantasy’ of Deluded Reagan

Season 2 debuts tonight of The Americans, the FX drama centered around husband and wife KGB undercover agents (Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell as “Philip and Elizabeth Jennings”) who live with ...
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Nuns Thrown Under the Bus

Bigotry sells – big – in Tinseltown. The viciously anti-Catholic season of "American Horror Story" received 17 Emmy nominations.
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‘Conservative’ Journalist on Reagan: ‘I Hope the Bastard Bleeds to Death on the Operating Table’

KGB operatives infiltrated conservative media? Wednesday night’s episode of FX’s The Americans imagines that in 1981 a conservative magazine employed a journalist who was really a KGB mole. On ...
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Three Scenes in FX’s ‘The Americans’ Which Should Hearten Conservatives

FX’s new series which debuted Wednesday night, The Americans, is centered around husband and wife KGB sleeper agents who live with their kids as ordinary Americans in suburban Washington, ...
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Murdoch's KGB-Friendly Series

FX’s “The Americans” will be told from the Soviet perspective: “We’re making them the sympathetic characters. I’d go so far as to say they’re the heroes.”
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Hollywood Hates Nuns

Once again, that “conservative” tycoon Rupert Murdoch is amoral enough to provide a channel for a show portraying nuns as creepy villains.

Cable's Not Kid-Friendly

Raunchy 'entertainment' is only a click away.

Cable's Not Kid-Friendly

Shows like these routinely make you wonder why the cable companies can't offer parents the option to reject the sleaziest corners of cable TV.

On FX, Writer Frets U.S. Didn't Heed France on Not Going to War

Four weeks after FX's Rescue Me featured a New York City firefighter telling a French journalist how the 9/11 terrorist attacks were part of "a massive neo-conservative government effort" to ...
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