Real Time host Bill Maher and his panelists on Friday laughed at Sen. Ted Cruz’s (R-TX) statement this week that he became a country music fan in the wake of the 9/11 attacks. “Ted Cruz’s mind goes, ‘Ooh, an opportunity to lie,’” Maher said. “It’s not...
Bill Maher made politically correct liberals the subject of his show-ending new rule tonight, even telling liberal media watchdog Media Matters to "shut the fck up."
Bill Maher really went off on Ted Cruz tonight for his comments about switching to country music on 9/11, describing it as "an opportunity to lie."
Bill Maher faced off with Mike Huckabee tonight and talked about profanity, 2016, and a Christian "persecution complex" that Maher took serious issue with.
Bill Maher went off on fraternity culture in his show this week, saying that before President Obama leaves office he “must send in the national guard to desegregate America’s last bastion of societal-approved racism.” And for those...Show More Summary
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Tomorrow, Star Trek‘s Zachary Quinto will be appearing on an HBO show. Quinto will be one of the guests on Real Time with Bill Maher. The show, which will air Friday at 10 PM on HBO, will feature former Governor Mike Huckabee as the first guest. The mid-show interview guest will be Hydrologist Jay Famiglietti. […]
What makes young people give up their lives and join ISIS? Over the past week, we’ve seen reports of troubling new examples of the Islamic State’s hold on some people, who leave from various parts of Europe and even the United States to become volunteers for the brutal war zone in Syria...
This past Friday, sportscaster (and anti-gun advocate) Bob Costas was on HBO's Real Time With Bill Maher, where he scoffed at the criticism he’s received for making many anti-gun statements: “Is this what the Founding Fathers had in mind? … That private citizens should be able to purchase cop-killer, armor piercing bullets? That you should be able to have a AK-47?”
Some weeks ago, David Duchovny was on the best show on television, Real Time with Bill Maher, when he casually mentioned that yes, The X-Files gang would be getting back together for a limited time only. Now Fox has formally given a series order, so the "rumor" has been confirmed. Show More Summary
A surprising contriteness has taken hold of Bill Maher and David Letterman about one of their favorite high-value targets: Monica Lewinsky.
An atheist blogger has recently denounced the efforts of non-theists like Bill Maher and Richard Dawkins, arguing that they promote "tribalism" and a strategy that is "a recipe for failure."
Speaking about Netanyahu's racial appeal for votes, self-described "liberal" comic conveys a distinctive ideology
In the lighter-than-air 1964 film comedy Send Me No Flowers, middle-aged hypochondriac George Kimball (Rock Hudson) mistakenly believes he has only months to live. Kimball decides to put his affairs in order and goes to a funeral home...Show More Summary
Now that the last episode of The Jinx has aired, leading Bill Maher to make a smug joke about how HBO “caught a murderer” like he personally led the investigation or something, it’s time for the boring old criminal justice system to take over and prosecute Robert Durst on charges of first-degree murder. Show More Summary
"If America was a country that was surrounded by 12 or 13 completely black nations who had militarily attacked us many times, including as recently as last year…Would we let them vote? I don’t know." The post Bill Maher: Netanyahu’s Campaign Tactics Aren’t Really Racist Because U.S. Had Japanese Internment appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Prominent atheists like Bill Maher and Richard Dawkins judge people of faith. Here's why that is a recipe for failure. I’ve written before about the root causes of religious conflict — in a nutshell: it is not about what many people would...Show More Summary
Bill Maher says that if the U.S. was in Israel's position it wouldn't let Palestinians vote and would maybe "round them up and put them in camps"
Prominent atheists like Bill Maher and Richard Dawkins judge people of faith. Here's why it's a recipe for failure