Washington, DC (LiveActionNews) — This week, anti-life members of The View cast demonstrated their bias once again in a discussion about the proper nomenclature that should be applied to individuals with mental and chromosomal abnormalities. Had the target been anyone other than the vehemently-hated conservative Sarah Palin and her beautiful son who was born with Down [...]
Breitbart News has learned that less than a month before Barbara Walters defended Bill Maher's vicious attacks on Sarah Palin's special-needs son, Walters personally called Palin's camp to ask if the former Alaska governor could be a guest co-host on The View sometime during the months before the legendary anchor retires from TV journalism. Show More Summary
Yes, I think that's it. My God. They're very loyal to fellow members of the Tribe, aren't they?...
What I found interesting in this video of "The View's" Barbara Walters defending Bill Maher, who reportedly calling Trig Palin a "retard," is that the audience doesn't buy it for a second. Walters's absurd defense, where she claims someone...Show More Summary
The last time Bill Maher headlined at the Chicago Theatre, he had Ann Coulter along for, forgive me, balance. That, it felt, was a rivalry born in mutual expediency, a mock political debate for the 2009 Speaker Series. Just as Coulter's...Show More Summary
Recently, Bill Maher caused a stir when reports surfaced about him referring to Sarah Palin's youngest child Trig, who has Down Syndrome, as "retarded." Palin immediately fired back. But on Monday night, Maher took to Twitter to take a swipe at Palin herself — specifically, her much-publicized return to Fox News.
As NewsBusters reported last week, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin called out vulgarian comedian Bill Maher for referring to her Down Syndrome son Trig as “retarded.” On ABC’s The View Monday, co-host Barbara Walters astonishingly defended Maher saying, “I don’t think he intended it to be mean-spirited” (video follows with transcript and commentary): WHOOPI GOLDBERG: [...]
Barbara Walters grew up with a special needs sister, a family situation the reporter detailed with tenderness in her autobiography, Audition. Walters knows the hurt of hearing a loved one described in unflattering ways, yet she still...Show More Summary
Today “The View” hosts debated whether or not it was appropriate for Bill Maher to call Trig Palin, Sarah Palin’s son who has Down Syndrome, a “retard” during his stand-up set. [Mediaite] Jay-Z announced this weekend that he is putting out a new solo record in July called Magna Carta And Holy Grail — and find [...]
As NewsBusters reported last week, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin called out vulgarian comedian Bill Maher for referring to her Down Syndrome son Trig as "retarded." On ABC's The View Monday, co-host Barbara Walters astonishingly defended Maher saying, "I don't think... -
Las Vegas Review-Journal reporter Mike Weatherford was in the crowd when conservative blogger and former sports broadcaster Ron Futrell heckled comedian Bill Maher earlier this month at The Pearl. Futrell says he confronted Maher verbally...Show More Summary
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Is it ever OK to call someone "retarded?" What if that someone is the five-year-old son of a former vice presidential candidate? Those were the questions The View hosts tackled Monday in light of a recent report about Bill Maher using that word during a live stand-up set in reference to Sarah Palin's son Trig, who has Down Syndrome.
Click here to view this media Bill Maher used the recent news that Rep. John Dingell was being celebrated as the longest-serving member of Congress at the ripe old age of 86 to make the point that maybe some of these extremely old members...Show More Summary
Bill Maher closed Friday's episode of "Real Time" with a rant about the retention rates in congress, which results in more than a few congressmen...
Sarah Palin is getting back on track as an outspoken commentator on the news and her first step back in the spotlight is to slam so-called comedian Bill Maher for calling her son, Trig, a “retard” in his “comedy” act. Palin has recently re-signed as a Fox News commentator after having let her contract lapse [...]
HBO’s Bill Maher once again made a fool of himself on national television Friday. After making the truly absurd comment during a discussion about hydraulic fracturing, "How anyone with children defends contaminated water I’ll never know,”...Show More Summary
On his New Rule segment Friday night, Bill Maher excoriated the octogenarian congressmen who have withered in their seats, like Representative John Dingell, who was celebrated last week as the longest serving member of the legislative branch. "This is not about age," Maher said, "this is about congressmen who suck at their jobs because their jobs are never at stake."
Bill Maher and journalist Jonathan Alter sparred with Harvard historian Niall Ferguson over the lack of available options for American involvement in Syria on Friday night, as the confirmation of use of chemical weapons by Bashar al-Assad is forcing President Obama's hand on the civil war.
Bill Maher and former Rhode Island Representative Patrick Kennedy sparred on the effects of marijuana Friday night, with Maher often aghast at Kennedy's claims that pot "destroys the brain and expedites psychosis." "It sounds like you've been hanging around with Nancy Reagan in 1983," Maher told him.