Advocating on Behalf of the American Military and Defense on the War on Terror

The entire conservative movement has been undergoing a Woody Allen psychotherapist moment or 12 since the November elections - lots of navel-gazing, finger pulling, er, pointing and castigation from every side of the Republican spectrum.

My friend Andrew Breitbart, who blows through the space that he occupies on this rock going Mach 3 with his hair on fire, has put together a new website that he thinks will start finally asking the right questions, alongwith providing some great answers for the non-left leaning.

In case you don't know Andrew, you haven't been paying attention: he was the top editor for Matt Drudge from the early days, he co-created The Huffington Post (he remains defiantly proud of that site, while I earnestly engage in forgiveness for him) and has written a book called "Hollywood, Interrupted."

His thesis is simple. Unless the Hollywood culture changes, conservatives lose.


On Tuesday, I launch Big Hollywood (bighollywood.breitbart .com), a big group blog that will feature hundreds of the big minds from the fields of politics, journalism, entertainment and culture.

Big Hollywood is not a "celebrity" gabfest or a gossip outpost - it is a continuous politics and culture posting board for those who think something has gone drastically wrong and that Hollywood should return to its patriotic roots.

Big Hollywood's modest objective: to change the entertainment industry. To make Hollywood something we can believe in - again. In order to give millions of Americans hope.

Until conservatives, libertarians and Republicans - who will be the lion's share of Big Hollywood's contributors - recognize that (pop) culture is the big prize and that politics is secondary, there will be no victory in this important battle.

Hollywood is no longer an American industry. And it took a prolonged war in which the studios and most of the stars didn't show up to fight for America to draw attention to this hard truth.