OK, so they're together, but not like together together...
But -- and there's always a but -- the pair
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With the extremely tragic shooting in Isla Vista, near UCSB this weekend, there have been a lot of details coming to light.
Two of the most important being the shooters extremely misogynistic views and intentions to kill a lot more then he actually managed to.
However, as it always does, this new tragedy has also opened up a conversation about gun control in America.
What an unfortunate example of American airport culture!!!
Opinionated documentary creator Michael Moore got SUPER DUPER pissed when he found out that his friend — the Oscar nominated Palestinan filmmaker Emad Burnat — had been DETAINED by LAX immigration because they did not believe he was actually in town for the Oscars!!
Emad, his wife, and their 8-year-old son were held at LAX for over an hour before FINALLY getting "permission" to stay in the country until the Oscars were over.
Michael Moore tweeted EVERYTHING about the incident (his version of events), which we've collected for your reading convenience!!
Just click, …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Much like the comedian's HIGHlarious take on the issue, the documentarian recruited some old folks — a group of Americans likely to be affected by the new state laws — to talk about voter suppression.
Boy are they angry!
Since many fear that the new laws are just a shady way to exclude many Americans, likely to vote for Barack Obama, from being included in the democratic process, one senior citizen warns:
Welcome to 1984!!
According to Susan Sarandon and Michael Moore, America has turned into a Big Brother government — and they're being watched.
During a Q&A at the Tribeca Film Festival, two famous left political activist were asked if they are "under surveillance," by the government. Sarandon told the inquisitive audience member:
Very inneresting, indeed!
On Piers Morgan Tonight last night, Michael Moore once again made an appearance, this time to discuss the new Occupy Our Homes initivate, which, based on the suggestion by Democratic Rep. Marcy Kaputur, urges evicted homeowners to stay put and not leave the property, because if it's taken to court, the bank can't prove that they own the house because they no longer have the mortgage!
Ch-ch-check out his explanation (above)!
What do U think?? Do U agree with Moore's stance on this one??
They are not happy one damn bit!
Early this morning, the Occupy Wall Street encampment at Zuccotti Park was raided and emptied by order of the Mayor, who insisted that the protesters had squatted in the public area long enough and had the police remove them all from the park. Still, his measures of dispersing them really didn't take, as groups have reassembled all over the city, claiming that their First Amendment right was ignore in this action.
While the City of New York might be standing it's ground against the movement, Hollywood seems more than willing to support it, as many high profiled celebs tweeted their disappointment with Bloomberg for choosing to carry things out this way.
Here are just a few of the tweets sent out this morning about the events: