Horton Hears A Tale Of Gender Inequality

NPR's Peter Sagal took his wife and three "excited and happy" daughters to see Horton Hears A Who and left super pissed. The number one-grossing film of the year so far caused Sagal to be "irritated by something even more annoying than Jim Carrey's tics." See, the filmmakers added a subplot to the Dr. Seuss story. Now the… » 4/03/08 12:45pm 4/03/08 12:45pm

"Pro-Life" Group Uses Dr. Seuss To Push Its Case

A pro-life group in Colorado has adopted the line "a person's a person, no matter how small" from Horton Hears a Who — which was turned into a song for the Broadway production Seussical the Musical — as a way to petition for a measure recognizing conception as the start of a human life. Such groups have been quoting this … » 2/27/08 6:00pm 2/27/08 6:00pm