Oh, Nancy. Just weeks after gracing the internet with her marijuana debate with 2 Chainz, she’s served up another delightful bit of TV: her appalled reaction to discovering that fellow HLN star Dr. Drew is on the 2 Chainz side of this argument.
Jon Stewart couldn’t stop laughing about the drone found at the White House early Monday morning. A small drone crashed on the White House lawn around 3 a.m. and after several hours in lockdown, Secret Service determined that it did not pose a threat. “Of course it didn’t pose a threat. Drones love Obama. He’s like a one […]
If you’ve been dying to see Jonathan Gruber, who credited the “stupidity of the American voter” with passing Obamacare, strip down to his undershirt and rap about economics, today is your lucky day!
Jon Stewart’s coverage of the Iowa Freedom Summit is about what you would expect—starting with his description the event: “A lot of Republicans who will never be president met this weekend,” for the “Fox News correspondent auditions.”
Sen. John McCain is the latest person in a position of prominence to defend “American Sniper” from bashers, singling out the “obsessive critics of U.S. foreign policy” in an official statement.
Filmmaker Michael Moore has already stirred the pot with his negative comments about military snipers. During the weekend, somebody must’ve given the man an even bigger ladle.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s abiding love for the Dropkick Murphys is not exactly mutual:
Sorry, Anna. That snowman might not be possible in the new, evil, climate change-wrecked world of the Obama administration’s “Frozen” spinoff. According to The Hill, a State Department official recently met with Disney to discuss the idea of using “Frozen’s” characters to teach children about the impact of global warming on the polar bear. Robert Papp, […]
Bob Dylan’s latest quote is music to a conservative’s ears. Dylan gave an interview this week to AARP The Magazine to promote his new record “Shadows in the Night,” but that somehow led into some wise words on the government and job creation. “As long as there’s suffering, you can only be so happy. How can […]
Amid the chorus of protest raining upon Michael Moore (and to a lesser extent, Seth Rogen) — veterans, country stars, the general public — Kid Rock may have sounded the loudest note of all.
Stewart is pretty dismayed by all the “fresh new faces 2016 has in store for us.” Like Mitt Romney, “the once and future not-president.”
Jimmy Fallon helpfully compiled a pros and cons list from last night’s State of the Union Address.
When President Barack Obama speaks tonight during his State of the Union address, all Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) will be hearing is actor Christopher Walken’s iconic voice. Asked by a reporter Tuesday whether he found anything to like in Obama’s proposal to impose new fees on big banks, Politico reported that Cruz compared the president’s […]
In one corner: a Medal of Honor recipient. In the other corner: what’s left of Michael Moore’s pride
Michael Moore has taken a bonfire of heat for his anti-sniper remarks, but Dakota Meyer may have it burning blue.
Seth Rogen tries to clarify ‘American Sniper’-propaganda comparison by saying it wasn’t a comparison
Seth Rogen tried to clear up his comparison of the film “American Sniper” with a fake Nazi propaganda film by saying it wasn’t a comparison.
Larry Wilmore officially took over Stephen Colbert’s slot on Comedy Central last night, and he dove straight into race relations–with a side of mocking Al Sharpton.
A Marine veteran and current congressional aide ripped into Michael Moore Monday, after the filmmaker commented over the weekend that snipers “aren’t heroes” and invoked the memory of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s assassination to help make his case.
It’s not often that late-night TV jokes accomplish much–but one of John Oliver’s signature policy rants has inspired some real-life legislation in a state legislature.
Seth Rogen’s sympathy capital: depleted?
Everyone is worried about cybersecurity–but people are still surprisingly terrible at protecting their own privacy.