Supreme Court Shoots Down Jesse Ventura’s Appeal In $1.8 Million ‘American Sniper’ Verdict
Jesse Ventura’s bid to reinstate a $1.8 million verdict against the Chris Kyle estate was swatted down by the Supreme Court.
Dear Hollywood, Stop Making Movies About World War II
We’ve overdone it on World War II movies and now we’re just rinsing and repeating the same tired narrative.
Family & Relationships
Chris Kyle’s Widow Discusses Life 3 Years After His Death
Taya Kyle was married to “American Sniper” Chris Kyle. Here’s how she is doing three years after his death.
The 15-Foot Memorial Statue For Chris Kyle Is Set To Be Unveiled
After a year-long effort, Chris Kyle’s memorial statue will be unveiled near his birthplace in West Texas.
Court Overturns Verdict In ‘American Sniper’ Defamation Case
An appeals court threw out the $1.8 million award to Jesse Ventura and ordered a retrial in the “American Sniper” defamation case.
Navy Investigating Whether Chris Kyle Misrepresented His Combat Awards
The probe comes in the wake of an investigation that highlights Navy personnel documents showing Kyle earned only one Silver Star and three Bronze Stars.
These Are The 3 Battle Scenes Hollywood Actually Got Right
It’s easy to spot a bad battle scene in a war movie, but finding a good one can be tough, so we asked an expert.
A Hollywood Military Advisor Explains How Veterans Can Break Into Show Biz
Task & Purpose interviews James D. Dever, a former Recon Marine, about his career as a military advisor in Los Angeles.
As A Former Embassy Guard, Here’s What I Know ‘13 Hours’ Got Wrong
A former Marine embassy guard reviews new movie, “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi.”
Why Hollywood Screws Up Its Portrayals Of The Military
The Hollywood inaccuracies that veterans hate so much are not so easily avoided.