Political Panorama: Thursday

As always, the Sundance Film Festival line up contains quite a few films of the political persuasion, including a handful of titles on the war in Iraq and on immigration, Rory Kennedy’s “Ghosts of Abu Ghraib” and the religious right/gay bashing expose “For the Bible Tells Me So.” Also noted: “Everything’s Cool,” what the New York Times pegs as an unofficial sequel to “An Inconvenient Truth.”

Pepsi and Oprah shunned him in the past few years, but rapper Ludacris meets with Barack Obama to talk about AIDS awareness.

Slate calls the Supreme Court’s hearing of the global warming issue “Bush vs. Gore’s movie.”

Pat Boone warns of the “new order of Armageddon.”

In case you missed it: Danny DeVito has a drunken rant on “The View” about President Bush.

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