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Hollywood Sabotaging Army Recruitment Efforts

To meet monthly quotas, the New York Times reports, Army recruiters are now willing to take a few good mental patients. Those with police records are also invited to apply. Why is it getting harder to find top-notch recruits? Cinematic patriot Michael Medved insists it's because "many of the major stars today have an Ivy League background." As a result, he suggests, Hollywood no longer makes movies that accurately glorify "the heroic violence of brave men and women with guns, fighting selflessly for their country." We always had a feeling it was bad for America when Harvard accepted Natalie Portman, and now we know why.


Army Recruiters Say They Feel Pressure to Bend Rules [NY Times]

War Films, Hollywood and Popular Culture [Imprimis]

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