Bitter, far-left comedian Stephen Colbert hosted a live Late Show on Tuesday following President Trump’s address to a Joint Session of Congress and panned it during his monologue but later conceded that it was “a perfectly good speech” that honored our troops.
By Karen Townsend | | March 1, 2017 | 1:35 AM EST
As if sex education in schools wasn’t controversial enough, now gay activists want gay sex to be taught to children. Leading the charge is the FreeForm Channel with its drama The Fosters, a show that has always championed the gay agenda, with its biracial lesbian couple and their diverse family of all colors and sexualities.
By Curtis Houck | | March 1, 2017 | 1:30 AM EST
Cue the sad trombone, folks. Despite the best efforts by Stephen Colbert, Bill Maher, Rachel Maddow, and other lefties, the “big three” of ABC, CBS, and NBC offered positive reviews of President Trump’s “profoundly different” Tuesday night speech to a Joint Session of Congress that “rested on words, including rebirth, hope, opportunity, and common good.”
By Scott Whitlock | | March 1, 2017 | 1:08 AM EST
Far-left comedian Bill Maher on Tuesday derided war widow Carryn Owens for allowing herself to be Donald Trump’s “prop” in his speech to Congress. Regarding the wife of the Navy SEAL, Maher sneered, “First of all, I wish she hadn't allowed herself to be used as his prop like that. And I don't see any great courage here. Where is the courage?”
By Nicholas Fondacaro | | March 1, 2017 | 12:47 AM EST
From the man who infamously declared, on Election Night 2016, that Donald Trump’s win over Hillary Clinton was “whitelash” to a black president, CNN commentator Van Jones had a vastly different tone Tuesday night. The President’s address to a joint session of Congress was applauded by many for the emotional tone struck while speaking to the wife of slain Navy SEAL Ryan Owens; to which Jones declared “He became President of the United States in that moment. Period.”
By Callista Ring | | February 28, 2017 | 11:59 PM EST
The third episode of the second season of TBS’s The Detour, which aired February 28, contained bizarre racial tensions and was just downright disgusting. When main character Nate (Jason Jones) notes the abnormality of a friend, Judith, being 12 months pregnant, she spits back at him, “Straight, white, male doctors. What do they know?” Nate responds, “Same thing as gay, black, women doctors.” While this seems like a weird claim to disagree with, the African-American couple in the group has a disgusted look on their face. Considering Nate is shown as the belligerent loudmouth of the gang, I wonder what point the writers are trying to make.
By Lindsay Kornick | | February 28, 2017 | 11:59 PM EST
Fox’s The Mick finally got to the much-anticipated scene of a little boy wearing a dress saying it "breezes on his vagina," and the resulting episode is somehow even worse than the trailer implied, with the poor child having sexuality confusion as a result of being made to act transgender.
By Curtis Houck | | February 28, 2017 | 11:26 PM EST
While most of the major broadcast network anchors and panelists were pleasantly surprised by President Trump’s Tuesday night speech to Congress, former NBC Nightly News anchor Tom Brokaw uncorked some long-winded complaints about the address that he claimed will have fact-checkers “very busy for the next 24 hours.”
By Clay Waters | | February 28, 2017 | 10:58 PM EST
On Monday the New York Times’ Sarah Maslin Nir covered a rare bird, a pro-media rally in (where else?) Manhattan, which just happened to bestow particular affection upon her own newspaper: “Protesters Gather to Defend the News Media.” The text box: “Resisting Trump’s vilification of the press as the ‘enemy.’” Coincidentally, Nir’s shoddy reporting in 2015 on New York City nail salons was the subject of a raucous protest outside Times headquarters by the workers themselves. That particular protest somehow didn't make the Times.
By Sarah Stites | | February 28, 2017 | 10:45 PM EST
For all their talk of love and acceptance, Hollywood viscerally hates Donald Trump. Check out the tweets below to see just what entertainers thought of the president's joint address to Congress.
By Scott Whitlock | | February 28, 2017 | 9:37 PM EST
Sometimes, it’s not difficult to confuse Chris Matthews. The liberal MSNBC host on Tuesday night was beside himself as video showed Donald Trump practicing his speech to Congress while waiting in a car to leave the White House. Matthews marveled, “He's lipping it! He's doing it! Look at that.”
By Nicholas Fondacaro | | February 28, 2017 | 9:28 PM EST
CBS Evening News was steeped in mystery Tuesday as they hyped anonymous sources that suggested President Donald Trump was playing up the threat from the Middle East. “There is a controversy tonight inside U.S. intelligence over whether the Trump administration is exaggerating the threat from Muslim countries,” announced anchor Scott Pelley as he noted debate is encouraged, “But Jeff Pegues reports that this is different because some analysts believe they're being pressured to report the results that the White House wants to hear.”
By Curtis Houck | | February 28, 2017 | 9:03 PM EST
On Tuesday night prior to President Trump’s address to a Joint Session of Congress, MSNBC anchors Chris Matthews and Rachel Maddow joked that the impending visual of Trump being announced in the House chamber as President would be a mistake like the Best Picture flub at the Oscars.
By Randy Hall | | February 28, 2017 | 6:06 PM EST
Jon Stewart, former host of The Daily Show on the Comedy Central cable television channel, returned to the TV spotlight by “hijacking” Monday night's edition of The Late Show on CBS, which is hosted by Stewart protégé Stephen Colbert. While he spent most of the segment claiming Donald Trump uses the phrase “Believe me” when the Republican president is lying, Stewart also reminded everyone of his own hatred for CNN, then turned his fire on the media. “Take up a hobby,” he said. “I recommend journalism.”
By Melissa Mullins | | February 28, 2017 | 5:40 PM EST
Apparently, the well-known kids rhyme “Eeny meeny miny moe…” is offensive and racist. At least that’s what department store chains in the U.K. are calling an official Walking Dead t-shirt featuring the children’s rhyme in conjunction with a barbed wire-wrapped baseball bat the notorious character Negan used to kill his victims.