Just as fun is this site, which advertises and has a trailer for a new pro-Wal*Mart movie. How does this have anything to do with education? My state and national unions have been urging their members for months not to shop at Wal*Mart because it isn't unionized, doesn't pay fair wages, etc.
Hey, unions of which I soon won't be a member? Focus on my freakin' wages--that's what I've paid you to do for 9 years--and let the Wal*Mart workers deal with theirs. Quit being a social services organization trying to save the world on my dime.
Update: For a political take on movies and Hollywood in general, articles that have no link to education issues at all, try this Ann Coulter piece or this one from city-journal.org. My favorite comment from the latter:
“The politics is definitely having an impact,” observes Govindini Murty, an actress and editor of Libertas, an influential conservative film blog. “Do car companies insult Republicans in their ads?”