Mr. Spielberg, tear down this wall

Andrew Breitbart helps hold down the fort at the Drudge Report while running Breitbart.com. He observes the entertainment industry from his home in the Los Angeles area. In a terrific Washington Times column, Andrew decries the existence of the new Hollywood blacklist. Comparing the old Hollywood blacklist with the new, Andrew has previously observed:

My father-in-law, Orson Bean, an author, comedian and actor, was once blacklisted as a Communist back in the ’50s. Ed Sullivan called him to say he could no longer book him on the show. Fifty years later, and after a sharp ideological metamorphosis, Orson says it’s harder now to be an open conservative on a Hollywood set than it was back then to be a Communist.

Via Lucianne.

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