"I cook from the heart nearly every night for my youngest demo, the eight year old."
During her Wednesday show, Nancy Grace interviewed the owner of a Las Vegas brothel where former Lamar Odom was found unconscious earlier this week.
ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt dropped the mic yesterday after he saw a tweet from Rapper Bun B posted of CNN’s Nancy Grace that showed a picture of Lamar Odom and the words “Kardashian Reality Star”. Bun B was the 1st to go off via twitter. Word? A Kardashian reality star? Fuck his NBA career right […]
Generally, when 2 Chainz drops his onstage persona, he proves to be more insightful and articulate than fans who only know him through his music might expect. See the now-famous "2 Chainz destroying Nancy Grace on her own show" video for evidence of this phenomenon. Unfortunately, Mr. Show More Summary
Classic: I wonder if the video editor got fired...
Campbell Brown left her role as a CNN anchor in 2010, saying she wasn’t willing to shed her “journalistic skin” to “inhabit the kind of persona” that might better compete against high-octane hosts like Keith Olbermann, Nancy Grace and...Show More Summary
Nancy Grace, never one to dance around critical issues, very bluntly asks her guest, CNN's Brian Stelter, if Caitlyn Jenner still has a penis. Stelter discussed how “choreographed” the Caitlyn Jenner Vanity Fair photos and subsequent PR rollout has been. Show More Summary
Rush Limbaugh today played soundbites from Nancy Grace's awkward-as-hell segment about Caitlyn Jenner's privates and threw out some questions of his own about said privates.
Nancy Grace decided not to dance around the issue and very bluntly asked Brian Stelter if Caitlyn Jenner still has a penis.
In a verdict that took many by surprise, a North Carolina jury found Joseph Mitchell not guilty of the murder of his 4-year-old son Blake, who was strangled in the middle of the night.Mitchell, who also attacked his two other
HLN made some changes to its daytime schedule today, with repeats of Dr. Drew and Nancy Grace moving to the afternoons. The Daily Share is scaling back its 5-hour live program, and will now air for just two hours live at Noon ET and 3 p.m. Show More Summary
From my most recent NRO article, on the problems of the criminal-justice system: “This is American justice today, unsuspected by Norman Rockwell, triumphantly championed by morons like Nancy Grace; it is the still largely unnoticed tragedy of many millions of ruined American lives.” Whether you agree or disagree, your comments are, as always, most welcome.
There’s a lot of things to like about 2 Chainz: his music, his style, his mild-mannered response to getting yelled at by a deranged-sounding Nancy Grace—all good things. But surely the most acclaim should go to his hosting of one ofShow More Summary
I received today the following unexpected email from none other than John Mark Karr.
The latest details in the "manifesto," which Huskins' lawyer appears to accept wholesale in the interview with ABC, suggest that not only was Huskins not the kidnappers' intended victim, but that this was practice for a much more high-profile kidnapping. [ more › ]
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On Thursday night, Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly beat everyone else in cable news. O’Reilly crushed his competition at 8 p.m., with Anderson Cooper, Chris Hayes and Nancy Grace nowhere close to O’Reilly’s nearly 3 million total viewers. In...Show More Summary
Following the hung jury in the Jodi Arias murder retrial Thursday, Nancy Grace and Jeffrey Toobin faced off on the question of whether a mistrial, resulting in a likely sentence of life in prison as opposed to the death penalty for the defendant, constitutes "justice."
CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin explained to HLN’s Nancy Grace on Thursday that life in prison was an appropriate punishment for murder because “executing people is not the only form of justice.” After the news broke that a second jury had deadlocked on whether or not to give...
From my most recent NRO article, on out-of-control prosecutors: “Every week seems to bring new revelations of the need for reform of the U.S. criminal-justice system. The most vivid recent example has been a flurry of warnings from the bench in California against corrupt and lawless prosecutors.” Whether you agree or disagree, your comments are, as always, most welcome.