‘Family Guy’ Emmy campaign calls out ‘bloated, overprivileged Jews’

Did the show cross the line with this one? Plus, One Million Moms go after your comic book collection, Sprite refreshes beachgoers, a Yale alum’s moving last column, U.S. Senate Federal Credit Union in ‘BIG’ trouble over mailer, and more.

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If the show’s content wasn’t enough to demonstrate that the makers of “Family Guy” have no shame, then its latest Emmy plea ought to do the trick. In a bid for a best comedy series nomination, the show sent a mailer to Emmy voters asking “bloated, overprivileged Brentwood Jews” to let the series into their “little club.” Although “Family Guy” is no stranger to controversy, many are saying the program went way over the line with this one.

Speaking of nominations, Mitt Romney earned enough delegates in Tuesday’s Texas primary to officially lock up the Republican presidential candidacy … because up until now that hasn’t been the likely outcome (cough, sarcasm, cough).

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