Kevin Kline

'Roseanne' shows what happens when entertainment and reality collide

'Roseanne' shows what happens when entertainment and reality collide

Regarding “Confronting the ‘Terror’ Next Door” [May 9]: Some of the best reporting in The Times appears in the Calendar section instead of on the front page. Tucked away in the entertainment section and hidden in an article about a TV show I’ve never watched, television critic Lorraine Ali deconstructs the origin and nature of our fears, the disproven agenda of the neocons as represented by John Bolton and the echo chambers created by partisan news channels. What are the odds that the zeitgeist so eerily reflected in our “entertainment” happened on the same day President Trump rejected the Iran nuclear deal

Lon Shapiro, Chatsworth

Tell all your “politically correct” readers to...

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