The Hollywood elite (those who play make-believe for a living) continues to advise the rest of America what we need to be successful in our lowly everyday worlds. Last week, we advised how “Hanoi Jane” was in Washington DC to tell members of the DC Council that they should support and retain Initiative 77 (eliminating the tipped wage) and raise all restaurant wages to $15 per hour. Well, this week we have actor John Goodman (who played Roseanne Barr’s husband in the recently cancelled show) telling voters to reject the right to work law in Missouri that their elected representatives passed into law 2 years ago. Goodman recorded a number of 30 second radio ads, all paid for by the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA), encouraging voters to repeal the Missouri right to work law during the August 7 primary election.