HH: That song is Alone Yet Not Alone, which achieved a bit of Oscar history today in having been stripped from the Academy Awards’ ballot for best song in a little-seen move. The Academy’s Board of Governors met on Tuesday night to investigate allegations that have been levied against this nominee, and they stripped it. Bruce Boughton, who wrote it, had previously been nominated for his score in Silverado. Their hymnal, the lyricist, is Dennis Spiegel, was performed by Joni Eareckson Tada, a prominent quadriplegic evangelical minister. It’s like the third time in the history of the Academy this has happened, and joining me to discuss this and many other things is Columnist To the World, Mark Steyn, who actually probably is best positioned in all of the American commentariat to talk about the doings of the Academy Award. Mark, are you shocked, shocked to find that there was promotion going on inside of the Academy?