The GOP lawmaker voiced his dissatisfaction with 2014’s The Lego Movie during a conversation with the local online publication WisPolitics, deeming the animated film a piece of “propaganda” promoted by liberals who like big government and hate big business.
Jon Stewart is pretty convinced that the latest additions to the GOP 2016 field–Rick Santorum, Donald Trump, etc.–are just begging him to stay on the show and cover them.
In a recent raunchy roundtable for the June 5 issue of The Hollywood Reporter, several of Hollywood’s favorite female comedians unsurprisingly demonstrated their support for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Cher turned to her Twitter followers Tuesday night to ask, “Why r There GAY Republicans?” I Don't Get It..Why r There GAY Republicans? They Think u r An Abomination Against Their Religion,Wont Go 2 ur Marriage,Or Christenings.WHY?— Cher (@cher) May 27, 2015 Cher thinks the two must be mutually exclusive because, “They [Republicans] Think u r An […]
As Congress wrangles over the Patriot Act provisions soon to expire, Jon Stewart laid into Republicans who complain about “government overreach” in healthcare, while simultaneously supporting invasive phone record collection programs from the NSA.
Actress Rose McGowan tweets fake Ted Cruz quote about Josh Duggar, tells him to ‘Get off of my planet’
Amid the fallout of the Duggar scandal last week, many have spoken up with opinions, including liberal actress Rose McGowan who posted a made-up quote from Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and later issued a reluctant, almost-apology. The Charmed actress’ not-so-charming tweet included a meme from the self-proclaimed “For Entertainment Purposes Only” website titled, “Stop the World, […]
Posters depicting ABC News anchor George Stephanopolous and a smiling Hillary Clinton with the words “PayPal” and “Donate” written on them have been popping up close to the studio where ABC shoots Good Morning America.
The Florida senator and official GOP candidate for president has just received a big celebrity endorsement from Rick Harrison of the popular show “Pawn Stars,” according to a report in the Las Vegas Sun.
Snoop Dogg became the latest rapper to endorse the Democratic presidential candidate during his appearance on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” over the weekend.
John Oliver was shocked to hear that the House recently passed NSA reform.
The weekend comedy show has been skewering candidates for president left and right — some more than others — so much so that we thought it a good idea to track the program’s focus on specific candidates.
Friday night, former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney fought former heavyweight boxing champion Evander Holyfield at a charity event in Salt Lake City, Utah.
In the sketch, “Hillary” crashes a variety of summer activities — from a summer picnic to a sand-castle construction — and hilariously attempts to appeal to young voters despite the fact that the admits to find summer “tedious.”
“Scandal” really likes to remind people about how powerful and important “the president of the United States, the leader of the free world” is.
Jon Stewart had a field day with Jeb Bush’s comments on the Iraq War. He also may or may not be in love with Megyn Kelly.
Hillary Clinton has been receiving a lot of love from Hollywood, but none have been more loudly singing their support for the Democratic presidential candidate than the music stars.
Stewart, ever the president’s biggest fan, demanded, “How f—ing removed from reality is Fox’s perception of their own coverage on poverty?”
Singer Ne-Yo is the latest celebrity to express his support for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, telling The Hill in a recent interview that she just might be the 2016 contender to inspire a song.
Lots of people really want John Oliver to call himself a journalist.
Kanye West bizarrely referred to George W. Bush during his acceptance speech of an honorary degree at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago Monday, sarcastically complimenting the former president on his painting skills.