CNN anchor Piers Morgan has inked a book deal with Gallery books for a new memoir, to be released in October. The book, Shooting Straight: Guns, Gays, God, and George Clooney, will focus on Morgan’s tenure at CNN. The AP has details: Morgan,...Show More Summary
Simon & Schuster announced Wednesday morning that CNN host Piers Morgan will release a book this fall that will give a "warts and all" behind-the-scenes account of life at the cable network.
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CNN’s chief anti-gun zealot Piers Morgan may have been loathe to admit it, but this IRS scandal seems to validate some of his detractor’s distrust of government. During his evening show on May 16, Morgan’s guest was magician Penn Jillette and the discussion turned to the admission by the Internal Revenue Service that it had [...]
It's increasingly obvious even to the administration's previous lapdogs (Bill Maher, Piers Morgan) that they and indeed WE the voters have empowered a boldly tyrannical executive branch to run roughshod over traditional American values,...Show More Summary
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(Paul Mirengoff) In early March, I wrote a post called “Tears for Piers” about the meltdown of Piers Morgan on Fox Soccer Channel as he watched Arsenal, the soccer team he supports, lose to Tottenham Hotspur, the club’s North London rival. Show More Summary
Appearing on CNN's "Piers Morgan Tonight" on Sunday, NBC sportscaster Bob Costas said senators who opposed universal background checks in the failed Toomey-Manchin bill were cowardly and "beyond feckless." Costas said, "there's a large...Show More Summary
Appearing on CNN's "Piers Morgan Tonight" on May 17, NBC sportscaster Bob Costas asked for one example of an assault rifle with a high capacity magazine being used for a constructive purpose. His exact words: "Give me one example where...Show More Summary
How big of a wake-up call are the Obama scandals, especially the ones surrounding the seizing of phone records from the Associated Press and the IRS's targeting of conservatives? So big that two of the media's most shameful and shameless...Show More Summary
Friday afternoon on The Five, Greg Gutfeld offered a comparison between two members of the "mainstream media" who he sees handling the Benghazi story very differently. On the one hand, he thought Piers Morgan went "flaccid" when faced with White House Press Secretary Jay Carney last night. Show More Summary
The same CNN host who slobbered back in 2011, "A lot of things are just perfect about Barack Obama," is now taking the President to task for lack of transparency. Two nights in a row, CNN's Piers Morgan whacked the Obama administration for promising transparency before three scandals revealed that promise to be broken at best. Show More Summary
courtesy @theonerory I was just asking Piers Morgan: He was the sophisticated, urbane one for claiming the government could be trusted with every conceivable power to interfere with our lives, and we all were the yokels who thought that...
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In light of the IRS targeting conservative groups and the Department of Justice’s seizure of reporters’ phone records, Piers Morgan reversed course and sided with gun advocates who have expressed concerns about an expanding government. “I’ve...Show More Summary
Piers Morgan put White House press secretary Jay Carney in the hot seat tonight, grilling him on how the Obama administration has been dealing with the big scandals facing it this week. Morgan asked Carney if this has been "your toughest week" in his tenture, but Carney admitted he's "enjoyed" the intensity of dealing with reporters' questions. Show More Summary
During an appearance on Piers Morgan Live Wednesday, former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld would not allow Morgan to imply that keeping a list of political enemies is the same as using the IRS to target political enemies. Morgan...Show More Summary
"I would love to see Barack Obama be Bulworth." — actor Sean Penn, on Piers Morgan Tonight in Oct. 2011. On Tuesday night, the New York Times ran a story examining the contrast between President Barack Obama's vision for his second term and the apparent deluge of scandal (and non-scandal) that has swamped the White House for the past weeks. Show More Summary
Piers Morgan was not pleased with President Obama on Monday night, particularly in light of the news about the Justice Department seizing the Associated Press' phone records over a two-month period. This is exactly what the president promised he wouldn't do, Morgan recalled — and it's a blatant attack on the country's free press.