In a new interview, Bill Maher tells liberals that he is bothered by their inability to let Rush Limbaugh’s sexist attacks on women go.
Bill Maher attempted to defend Rush Limbaugh's freedom of speech but attacked our right to be to be offended, our right to speak in response to hate
Bill Maher thinks we should accept Rush Limbaugh's apology, but here's why we must pursue Limbaugh to a point where he pays an actual price and everyone in the business knows it.
Bill Maher debunks many of the false claims made about Obama, and smashes the paranoid delusions about a fictional president the right has created.
In a masterful take down, Sen. Bernie Sanders took apart the 2012 GOP presidential field and called them the fringe of American society.
On HBO program Real Time, host Bill Maher took a few minutes to explain why the Tea Party is not in step with regular Americans. Maher used polling data to illustrate the fact that a majority of Americans disagree with the Tea Party on climate change, health care, immigration and gay marriage. Maher point was that the Tea Party does not represent the views of a majority of Americans.
In an effort to console an exasperated Chris Coons, last night on his HBO show Real Time, Bill Maher served up a montage of Christine O'Donnell's most exasperating and obnoxious moments from Politically Incorrect. The list of people she annoyed included, Al Franken, Ben Affleck, Patrick Duffy, and Penn Jillette.
My God, this is getting brutal. Tonight on his HBO show Real Time, host Bill Maher broke out another clip of Christine O'Donnell from the 1990s on Politically Incorrect. Tonight's clip featured Christine the Christian confessing that she dabbled in other religions before settling on Christianity.
Bill O'Reilly aired part one of his interview with Bill Maher on his Fox News program, and to put it mildly Bill-O took a beating. O'Reilly tried to defend the Tea Party and Maher responded with, "I mean the teabaggers. They're the ones, who are so upset about the debt. Most of the debt came from Bush. That's just a fact."
The crew over at FNC's Fox and Friends program got their collective panties in a knot over Bill Maher's recent appearance on The Tonight Show when he claimed that it the teabaggers' protests helped to pass health care reform. Eric Bolling said that Maher offended the Tea Party by calling them teabaggers, and, "There was only one teabagger in the studio at that time, and it was Mr. Maher."