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    Meryl on Margaret

    Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher died yesterday. To say that she was a controversial figure is a huge understatement. On top of all the discussions about her work as Prime Minister, one topic that has gotten a large amount of discussion is whether or not she was a feminist. Lionel ...

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    Thank you Barbara Walters

    Barbara Walters may be leaving our television screens next year. The legendary television personality is reportedly retiring in 2014, and leaving her co-created show, The View after co-hosting it for 17 seasons.

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    Ashley Judd Not Running for Senate

    After months of speculation, Ashley Judd has decided to not run for senate. She used twitter and her website to release her decision. She made clear that while she has a deep commitment to Kentucky and it's people the time is not right for her to get into the race.

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    Bring Shola Lynch's Free Angela & All Political Prisoners to Your Local Theater

    Shola Lynch's Free Angela & All Political Prisoners focuses on the remarkable life of the incomparable Angela Davis, a professor, a member of the Communist party and influential social activist who worked with the Black Panthers.

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    America Gets the Dystopic Treatment in New Animated Indie 'Silver Circle'

    It's 2019, and runaway inflation has sunk the American economy into a cesspool of sky-high prices and rampant unemployment. A loaf of bread costs $50; bars advertise bargain deals on $90 beer Tuesdays.

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    Ashley Judd Speaks About Women's Rights in D.C.

    As we reported last year, rumors have been swirling about Ashley Judd running for senate against Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. While Judd still won't confirm rumors, she spoke at George Washington University in D.C. last week, her first public appearance in the city since news of the rumored begi...

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    Holland Taylor Takes on Ann Richards on Broadway

    Holland Taylor, who TV audiences will know well from Two and a Half Men, is taking on a new role--Ann Richards, the legendary governor of Texas. Taylor will star as Richards in Ann, which she also wrote.

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    'The Gatekeepers' Director Dror Moreh's Oscar Acceptance Would Have Honored Slain Prime Minister Rabin; Film Shunned by Israel

    Cinemascope has published Dror Moreh's Oscar acceptance speech (which he didn't get to recite on stage because "Searching for Sugar Man" won over his doc "The Gatekeepers"). In the speech Moreh dedicates the Oscar to Israeli prime minister Itzhak Rabin, who was assassinated in 1995 by a right-wing J...

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