Brad Stine is on a mission — a mission to free us all from the chains of political correctness and prevent our eventual ‘wussification.’ Traveling from his Nashville stronghold, Stine is mounting his crusade against these hypocrisies, all of which will be explored when he performs at St. Mark Lutheran Church in De Pere
Did I ever tell you the story about the city of Atlanta taking down the “Men at work” signs from road construction over a complaint by the editor of a feminist magazine that it was discriminatory by not including women?
I have complained about the lack of turn signals being used in America in one of my DVD’s awhile back. (Which one I’m unsure of as believe it or not I forget half the stuff I do on an old album cause I’m always working on a new one.)
Actor and comedian Brad Stine, a conservative Christian whose new film “Persecuted” opens Friday, has achieved success as an entertainer, though he says he’s seen and experienced persecution at the hands of Hollywood elite.
I just wrote a short article about this on my Facebook Page. Here it is, I hope you enjoy it!
It’s no secret that Hollywood has long discriminated against Christians and conservatives, with open Christian and conservative actors even talking about being blacklisted. But despite the anti-Christian and anti-conservative attitudes of the Hollywood Liberal Elite, these films thrive.
Americans love to celebrate stuff. Heck that’s why we have holidays every month of the year; we need an excuse to celebrate. The celebration is the experience by the way, rarely are we actually celebrating what the holiday is for. You don’t believe me?
At CBS Studios in Hollywood for a special screening of PERSECUTED with Fred Thompson, Brad Stine and my friend and Oscar Winning Producer (The Godfather) Gray Frederickson. Thrilling to watch it with a packed out audience who really went for the ride. Highlight for me, a delightful lady came up to me after and said: “Your movie scared the life out me, and I loved it.” Grateful to FOA and CBS Studios for hosting such a wonderful evening.
Where did we ever come up with the romantic notion that the best way to die is in our sleep? First things first, when it comes to dying, there really isn’t a “good” way to go. Why? Because you’re dead! Dying in your sleep I believe comes with a lot of potential pitfalls.
Brad Stine is the most media-covered Christian comedian in the country. He had an eight-page profile written about him and his comedy in the New Yorker Magazine where he was referred to as “God’s Comic.”