Everywhere you look people are breathless and outraged over the epidemic of sexual harassment claims coming out of the woodwork. Weinstein, Halperin, Michael Oreskes, Bill O'Reilly, Dustin Hoffman, Ben Affleck, Kevin Spacey, Bret Ratner. The list continues to grow daily. Hollywood has been especially hard hit with more accusers coming out against Spacey, who is now going into rehab with 'House of Cards' cancelled. Dustin Hoffman is at risk of being sued by multiple women. James Toback is in all kinds of trouble. John Besh has been forced to step down from his own company. I would say this isn't really political, but then again we all know everything is political these days. Even if something isn't political, it is... The question is, how much of this stuff is for real harassment that crossed a legal line, and how much of it is just information warfare and opportunism? There's nothing the media loves more than tearing down an important person (just as long as no sacred cows get caught in the crossfire). Particularly disturbing are the charges of pedophilia and widespread abuses of minors and younger people who are vulnerable and preyed upon by the rich and connected. One thing is for certain: it will be a long, long time before Hollywood gets to lecture America on, well, much of anything.