You probably have one major project that’s been on your to-do list for ages. Weeks, or even months, in fact. Here’s a productivity tip that should help: just drop it. Read more...
Will Sen. Chris Dodd once again stand in the way of a vital reform proposal that aims to prevent students from taking on unnecessary private loan debt? We will find out next week when the Senate takes up legislation that the Democratic...Show More Summary
Representative Adam Schiff (D-CA) told former Oversight Committee Chair Darrell Issa (R-CA) on State of the Union Sunday morning that the subpoenas issued last week for Hillary Clinton's emails were unnecessary, as the smoking gun Benghazi email Republicans hoped to find was not hidden among Clinton's double-secret archives.
Newscasters and television personalities have the dirtiest mouths, if we're to believe Jimmy Kimmel's latest "This Week in Unnecessary Censorship," his regular nod to the FCC. Meteorologists can't stop cursing about the weather, reporters...Show More Summary
Every once and a while, a politician or other public figure says something that is almost too perfect for Jimmy Kimmel's weekly "Unnecessary Censorship" segment. Jeb Bush's comments about his brother, father and mother in his Chicago foreign policy speech this week was one of those times.
Jimmy Kimmel continued his weekly tribute to the FCC with some unnecessary censorship of Sam Smith's Grammy win, the pre-Grammy red carpet, Arthur, Let's Make a Deal, and more. Watch, AFTER THE JUMP...
The anti-net-neutrality crowd was out in full force this week, bringing us both of our most insightful comments. First, after Verizon said that regulating the internet for the first time is "unnecessary and counterproductive", DannyB...Show More Summary
#TRANSLIVESMATTER: Activists rally at Creating Change conference in Denver. PFAW: Calls on RNC to renounce ties with hate group AFA and Bryan Fischer. UNNECESSARY CENSORSHIP: Jimmy Kimmel's weekly tribute to the FCC. THE TALK: The girls discuss Bruce Jenner's transition....
Republicans in Congress last week introduced three new anti-abortion bills in the House and one in the Senate, one of which would force a woman to have a medically unnecessary ultrasound before receiving abortion care. Image: Shutterstock The post Mandatory Ultrasound, Other Anti-Choice Bills Introduced in U.S. Congress appeared first on RH Reality Check.
AIR CANADA: Is that a gay couple in the new safety video? TONY PERKINS: On the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack. UNNECESSARY CENSORSHIP: Jimmy Kimmel's weekly tribute to the FCC. IT GETS BETTER: Everett, Washington Fire Department. For more recent Guides...
The Jake Vale Show (previously) has created an unnecessarily censored version of the Christmas comedy film Elf that makes innocent moments seem quite raunchy. The video was inspired by the “This Week in Unnecessary Censorship” segment on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Merry Bleeping Christmas everyone!
With 2014 coming to a close, Jimmy Kimmel looked back at his weekly tribute to the FCC to find the most bleep-worthy moments from TV this year and assemble them into a highlight reel of made-up profanity. “This Year In Unnecessary Censorship”...Show More Summary
Check out the whole new issue over here! 1. Credit where credit is due: JEN GRAVES contributes a feature story to this week's Stranger that is breathtaking in scope and impressive in its research. Ms. Graves investigates the story behind the film Eden, which was purportedly based on a true story about a sex slavery ring. Show More Summary
TRAILER: The Divergent Series: Insurgent UNNECESSARY CENSORSHIP: Jimmy Kimmel's weekly tribute to the FCC. SPOILER ALERT: 50 YouTube spoilers in 5 minutes PRETTY FACES: MSNBC anchor Craig Melvin and weatherman Bill Karins get flirty on air. For more recent Guides...
As if we don't already feel terrible things in the wake of a celebrity death, the world seems to have been on a real kick this week to remind us that things are even worse than we realized. First there was Robin Williams' heart-breaking,...Show More Summary
With the midterm elections on Tuesday, this past week has been particularly ripe for ridicule in the worlds of politics and cable news. So ABC late night host Jimmy Kimmel took to his regular “This Week In Unnecessary Censorship” segment...Show More Summary
The weird thing about the College Football Playoff committee issuing a poll every week is how weirdly unnecessary it'll all seem in a few weeks. In the BCS system, polling mattered. Only two teams were going to get a chance to play for...Show More Summary
In its most recent effort to defend discriminatory and unnecessary strict voter ID laws, National Review Online has resorted in the past week to recycling debunked myths about this type of voter suppression, most recently linking voter...Show More Summary
As if to apologize for the past few weeks, college football is back with a bang to kick off the month of October. In a sense, the apology is unnecessary, as a lackluster slate on paper produced a number of high-quality affairs and shocking...Show More Summary
It's pretty rare that you see a 15-yard unnecessary roughness penalty called on a player who has the ball, but that's what we got in Week 1's Steelers-Browns game. On a punt return in the second quarter, Pittsburgh wide receiver Antonio Brown delivered a flying kick to the head of Cleveland punter Spencer Lanning, who was trying to make a tackle. Show More Summary