Andrew Klavan, whose novels and screenplays have been turned into such films as "True Crime" and "Don't Say a Word," lets fly at Hollywood’s lack of patriotism and offers five lies that movie business liberals like to peddle. Is Hollywood really apolitical, just out to make money? Are screenwriters and directors the only ones who can speak truth to power? How liberal are the ideas in liberal movies? His answer to the suggestion that conservatives are not creative enough to work in Hollywood ? “There are a million pro-American, pro-God, pro-family, pro-liberty stories waiting to be told and plenty of good writers and directors to tell them.” But they don’t live in Santa Monica, do they?