HBO host Bill Maher is appearing soon as a standup comic in Jacksonville, Florida, and the local Folio Weekly interviewed him. What they found was a man who calls himself an "artist" and compares himself to "a band that puts out a record...Show More Summary
On a Friday night in January, Bill Maher made an off-kilter joke about mass shootings. By the following Monday, Tamara Holder was summoned to The Sean Hannity Show, where she has built a following playing an extreme form of devil's advocate for Fox News. Sandwiched between two right-wing pundits and the show's brash host, the progressive Holder held her...
Appearing on comedian Bill Maher’s program Friday evening, Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol ripped the host’s claim that the Tea Party movement was spawned five years ago just because President Barack Obama is black. Maher had originally...Show More Summary
The Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol stepped out of his normally staid and proper character to call out HBO’s Bill Maher by calling a remark the“Real Time” host made Friday concerning the tea party movement, “total bullst.” MaherShow More Summary
HBO's Bill Maher probably didn't win any friends among his fellow wealthy Americans when he suggested that not only do we need an improvement in the minimum wage, but perhaps we should also have a "maximum wage" to keep these whining...Show More Summary
Bill Maher gave Bill Kristol a conniption fit on "Real Time" Friday during a conversation about the Tea Party, who that week celebrated their fifth anniversary as a thing that exists. (Incidentally, the fifth is the wood anniversary,...Show More Summary
"What is with this new trend of people who have all the power acting like they're the oppressed ones?" Bill Maher ended his show Friday night by looking at the strange phenomenon of Christians, white people complaining about the treatment they are receiving from gays and African-Americans. But mostly, he was outraged by billionaires who are tired of being "demonized" by the 99%.
The Weekly Standard’s Bill Kristol called out top Obama donor Bill Maher last night after the HBO host again accused the Tea Party of racism. “That’s bullsht! That is total bullst! Even you don’t believe that. You’re just saying that.” … Continue reading ?
I don't know why anyone allows the National Review's neocon warmonger Bloody Bill Kristol on the air in the first place, but if you are going to allow him on, this is the way he should be treated. During a discussion on our militaryShow More Summary
Following their blow up over the origins of the tea party, Bill Maher and Bill Kristol went at it even harder Friday night over the Pentagon's proposed spending cuts. While Maher argued that the relatively minor cuts could not possibly hurt our country's massive military, Kristol saw them as potentially disastrous.
Bill Maher marked the fifth anniversary of the tea party Friday night by saying that the real origin of the group had everything to do with a "black president," namely Barack Obama. Taking a giant leap out of character and taking advantage of his place on HBO, conservative guest Bill Kristol shot back, "That is total bullsht!"
The Winter Olympics may be over, but Bill Maher still can't believe America lost in this category. Hear why in the exclusive "New Rule" above. "Real Time With Bill Maher" airs Fridays at 10:00 p.m. EST on HBO.
Over a single weekend both Bill Maher and Alec Baldwin raged against our web-based culture, Breitbart News and any other topic trapped in their craws. Call it dueling Network-style outburts or two 50-somethings serving up their version of a "get off my lawn" yelp. Show More Summary
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Rachel Maddow needs to get out more, as evidenced by her performance on HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher this weekend. While the host of The Rachel Maddow Show churns out astute political essays five nights a week on MSNBC, her talent for casually destroying the fallacious thinking of others, to their faces, is woefully underused in that role. Show More Summary