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Monday, 09 June 2003 12:00 AM

Following her starring role in NBC's “Martha Inc: The Story of

As it turns out, the basket arrived courtesy of the diva of domesticity herself. And, according to the National Enquirer, she gave Shepherd some helpful tips on simply being Martha.

The note informed Shepherd that Martha’s voice was not properly represented in the TV flick. “I don't screech and I don't scream,” Stewart wrote.

Shepherd was also given a bit of beauty advice. Stewart counseled her to put tea bags under her eyes to get rid of the baggage.

Since sending the basket and the advice, Stewart has had bigger things to worry about - like a modest federal indictment. But Martha’s fans are organizing in cyberspace. A Save Martha Web site has sprung up (www.savemartha.com). The Democrat diva's fans are coordinating an e-mail campaign so that Attorney General

The site also markets items inscribed with slogans intended to help Stewart’s cause. One of the items for sale is a bumper sticker that reads: “SAVE MARTHA - If her stock sale was legit, you must acquit!”

Site owner John Small told the Toronto Star, “America’s never had a queen until Martha Stewart.”

The Left Coast Report can’t understand how Small could have missed the coronation of Queen Hillary.

Anyone still have any doubts that a coordinated campaign is in full flower to elevate

Well, now along with the book and scores of softball pitches from

A&E is set to air a movie based on

Although no casting decisions have been made, sources say that

The Left Coast Report speculates that if the former first lady really were a Sharon Stone look-alike,

It's a tale of two TV shows. While A&E is putting together a piece of TV cinema on the left's leading lady, CBS is creating a miniseries based on a favorite figure from the other side of the political spectrum.

CBS will create a two-parter on the Great Communicator,

The story is based on

Filming is set to begin later this year, and the plans are to air the miniseries early next year.

The Left Coast Report says raise your left hand if you think that Hollywood is going to portray Reagan honestly.

The New Oxford English Dictionary has gotten some interesting new additions.

The time-honored lexicon now includes the rap world's preferred expression for fine jewelry and fashionable clothing - "bling-bling."

Also among the fresh entries is the word "bevy," which is British slang for Homer Simpson's favorite beverage, and "head-case," which describes a person who is in the habit of voting liberal Democrat.

The Left Coast Report notes that Hollywood is gratified that two of its essential products have found their way into the New Oxford Dictionary - Viagra and Botox.

At a concert in Auburn Hills, Mich., Maines referred to a sore throat that had sidelined her the day before by saying: "I am so glad I got my voice back for tonight. I had absolutely no voice yesterday - and I swear you could hear clapping from the Oval Office."

After the comment was uttered, the sound of boos undulated through the crowd. So say concert attendees.

Then, at a concert in St. Paul, Minn., Maines gave another display of haughtiness. She wore a necklace with large, legible letters that spelled out B-U-S-H.

According to the Star Tribune,

When the group performed its song "Truth No. 2," film footage of suffragettes,

The Left Coast Report observes that Maines and the Chicks are likely to keep stirring up controversy and scratching their names right into the headlines.

With the effort to recall Gov.

Arnold has let the world know he likes the idea of taking on the role of governor of California. In its July issue, Esquire magazine reports that Schwarzenegger said, "I would love to be governor ... if the state needs me and if there's no one I think is better, then I will run."

According to numerous press reports,

Just think, we may actually see Arnold become a Republican candidate for the governorship as early as this fall.

The Left Coast Report urges California readers to visit www.recallgraydavis.com and make it happen.

On the heels of

Garofalo's pending sitcom, "Slice o' Life," has been cut. According to Daily Variety, the network let Janeane's show go because of the "direction of the series story line."

Through an unnamed source close to Garofalo, Chicago Sun-Times columnist Bill Zwecker says that Janeane believes "her politics and all the hate mail the right-wing lobby stirred up during the war is what is behind all this."

An ABC spokeswoman told the newspaper that the decision to drop the show was based on the program's merits and that Garofalo's politics never came "into the decision-making process whatsoever."

The Left Coast Report is amazed at how vast the right-wing conspiracy has become. Now it even includes Disney, the same group that is financing

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