Russell Brand is best known as a madcap comedian, but he also has strong views about politics which he shares here on the subject of Scottish independence.
In a recent episode of “The Trews” titled “Will Obama’s Bombs Stop Beheadings?” comedian Russell Brand ponders what President Obama really means when he says the U.S. is attacking Islamic State in Syria and Iraq in order to protect “America’s core interests.”
Russell Brand may have finally tired of bashing Fox News. For his latest edition of “The Trews” on YouTube, the British actor decided not to go after Bill O’Reilly, Sean Hannity or even Greg Gutfeld. Instead, he directed his outrage towards President Barack Obama and his strategy to defeat ISIS.
Apple is deifying the new iWatch, according to Russell Brand. Find the slow-mo Apple promo video erotic? Of course you do. Apple owns your ass, right Russell? He nails the brand for crimes such as hoarding enough cash off-shore to “literally end world poverty.” It’s a must-watch (see what I did there?). Find Jill on Twitter @jillettinger Related [...]Show More Summary
Fox News is consistently in denial about the fact that the American experience is heavily weighted against black people, insisting that everyone in the country has a personal responsibility to pick themselves up by their own boot straps. Luckily for us, comedian Russell Brand is still hellbent on proving Bill O’Reilly and Co. wrong.
Can Russell Brand's awful choice of friends and colleagues explain what Max Wind-Cowie, writing in the Catholic Herald, calls his "dangerous ignorance"? Yes, I think it can, if he's taking moral or intellectual cues from the sort of people who have been spotted sucking up to him in the last twelve months. Show More Summary
What to do about ISIS
For the past week or so, Russell Brand and I have been jabbing at each other on the web and TV. It all began when Brand attacked Fox News Contributor and Wall Street Journal editorial board member Jason Riley for his commentary on Ferguson. Show More Summary
‘I don’t think Russell Brand has read much Orwell’, says the Catholic Herald, responding to the multi-millionaire revolutionary’s YouTube claim that IS are less of a threat than David Cameron:… Continue reading The post Russell Brand and Johann Hari – the revolutionary dream team appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Somebody takes Russell Brand seriously. You know, the British comic actor? The one known mostly for his brief marriage to pop star Katy Perry? He’s that guy that did the abysmal remake of the classic movie “Arthur.” Maybe you know him...Show More Summary
A look at every aspersion spat.
What Russell also doesn’t understand is that most [almost all] media outlets are biased. Fox News is a right wing news channel and yes, of course they’re biased, but only a fool would believe that CNN, MSNBC or even the BBC are not.
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The universe is full of mysteries that mankind has always dreamed of solving. What’s the meaning of life? Are aliens and/or ghosts real? What’s the deal with Russell Brand? One of these mysteries is clearly more tantalizing than the others, and a new film will finally try and get to the bottom of it. Show More Summary
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Katy Perry’s relationship with comedian and ex-husband Russell Brand will reportedly take center stage in the guy’s upcoming documentary. Considering Perry and Brand didn’t end their marriage on good terms, chances are the pop singer won’t rush out to pick up a copy of the comedian’s upcoming film when it finally hits retail shelves. Show More Summary
Greg Gutfeld and the rest of Fox's The Five went after Russell Brand this week for his political commentary, and, of course, Brand responded yesterday to "the Fox News furious five" by calling them just a cog in a very dangerous machine run by Rupert Murdoch.
Boeing and Russell Brands are teaming up to recycle excess carbon fiber from 787 Dreamliner production into protective athletic gear. The companies are expanding on a previous collaboration where 787 carbon fiber is placed into Russell Athletic’s CarbonTek football shoulder pad system. Show More Summary
Greg Gutfeld really tore into Russell Brand yesterday, but after Brand responded in a video today mocking Gutfeld, Gutfeld unloaded on the actor in a Five segment calling him a "full-blown racist" and "fashionable fascist."