NO SURPRISE: GAY BEHIND ‘ANTI-BULLYING’ SCHOOL PROGRAM MOCKS CHRISTIANS BEHEADED BY ISIS. Earlier: Anderson Cooper, bully.
Anderson Cooper is a hero to the LGBT community and even though he didn’t officially come out until 2012, his coverage of LGBT events, especially the Orlando shootings, has been highly praised. However, Mr. Cooper may have just made a mistake by speaking out against one of the many things the LGBT community loves about... Show More Summary
Despite being one of the most famous, not to mention lusted after, silver foxes of our time, Anderson Cooper says he actually pines for the days when he was a brunette. “I don’t really like my gray hair,” he confessed to Kelly Ripa this week. “I wish I still had my brown hair.” Say what?! We can’t imagine [...]
With guest co-hosts including D.L. Hughley, Anderson Cooper and Fred Savage among those who will be working alongside Kelly Ripa next week on “Live with Kelly,” the show has announced its lineup of guests for the week. Here’s the schedule...
ANALYSIS: TRUE. We Can’t End Bullying and We Shouldn’t Even Try—Lest We Breed a Generation of Wimps. Back in 2011, before CNN went through its long airline crash porn phase, CNN’s Anderson Cooper was obsessed with bullying as a programming theme; I recall seeing segments on the topic night after night on the monitors above […]
CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 on Wednesday refreshingly aired a full report on the questionable donations to the Clinton Foundation from foreign government and multi-national corporations. Drew Griffin noted that "there's no question the...Show More Summary
Anderson Cooper revealed on "Live! with Kelly" today that he doesn't like his grey hair.
CANNES - CNN anchor Anderson Cooper, who likes to tell "other peoples' stories"--sans teleprompter--has some advice for a generation that has access to lots of information: take the time to learn where it's coming from. Whether it'sShow More Summary
It was only a matter of time before the wingnuts at Fox News came for Anderson Cooper for grilling Florida attorney general Pam Bondi last week. In the wake of the massacre at Orlando’s Pulse nightclub, Cooper took Bondi to task for her past opposition to same-sex marriage. In a recent appearance on Fox News’s [...]
How dare Anderson Cooper be mean to that nice bigot lady who's just trying to help?
A great take by Mollie Hemingway at The Federalist: Despite all that, the media and others on the Left decided to cover this terrorist attack by going after people who support self-government and its Second Amendment; people who pray to God in times of tragedy; people who believe the definition of marriage is the union of one […]
Howard Kurtz invited FOX News contributor Guy Benson on his Media Buzz show on Sunday where they went after Anderson Cooper for choking up as he read the names of Orlando victims, and holding Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi accountable for… Read The post Howard Kurtz and Guy Benson Go After Anderson Cooper for ‘Browbeating’ Pam Bondi: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
One today's showing of MediaBuzz, Howard Kurtz and Fox contributor Guy Benson scrutinized CNN's Anderson Cooper and said his Orlando Shooting coverage might have been biased.
Fox News media critic Howard Kurtz suggested on Sunday that CNN’s Anderson Cooper had provided biased coverage of the recent Orlando nightclub massacre because he is a gay man like many of the victims. “Do gay journalists feel a special anguish over the senseless slaughter of 49...
Anderson Cooper defended his interview with Florida’s Attorney General Pam Bondi, who has come out and made allegations against Anderson’s interview with her. Cooper had been covering the story of America’s worst mass shooting at Pulse, a gay Florida nightclub in which 49 people were killed. Show More Summary
He recounted trying to stay quiet and being surrounded by blood as those around him cried.
A rather laughable #humblebrag.
WELL, TO BE FAIR, ANDERSON COOPER IS BAD FOR AMERICA IN GENERAL: Mollie Hemingway: Anderson Cooper’s Orlando Ranting Is Bad For America: Anderson Cooper’s bullying of same-sex marriage opponents isn’t tough journalism but an example of media cowardice in the face of Islamist violence. You know he would never talk to an imam that way, […]
Media Research Center President Brent Bozell appeared on the Fox Business Network (FBN) early Thursday evening to lambaste the latest “garbage” cover by the tabloid New York Daily News and blast CNN’s Anderson Cooper for his work of “gotcha journalism” hounding Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi on Tuesday.
A survivor of the massacre inside Pulse nightclub in Orlando recounted both the attack and the video he filmed while hiding inside a bathroom in an interview with CNN host Anderson Cooper on Thursday. “You could smell the blood. There was so much blood,” said Miguel Leiva. “All my...