Michael Moore can’t stop. No, not eating, attacking the late Chris Kyle and the movie "American Sniper". Moore appears to be on a personal crusade to turn Oscar voters off to the film because it is pro-American and shows the military in a positive light.
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Brent Staples has a low opinion of white people. Or more accurately, he thinks white people, at least a “healthy majority” of them, think police killing black men under any circumstance is just fine “no matter what.”
New Law Gives Illinois Schools Access To Students’ Social Media Passwords To Combat Cyber-Bullying [Video]
The crusade against bullying is entering a new phase in Illinois. In an attempt to “stop cyber-bullying,” a new law went into effect that on January 1 that forces students in all school districts and universities to turn over their social media passwords to school officials if they feel they have “reasonable cause” to believe the accounts contain evidence the student has run afoul of the school’s “disciplinary rule policy.”
It's not often a scandal so easily, and universally, lends itself to double entendre like "Deflategate" does. As such, during Tom Brady's press conference people took to Twitter to express their creativity with jokes about balls. Here are some of the best, many of which are direct Brady quotes.
Of all the people you’d expect to take the side of Chris Kyle over Michael Moore, Piers Morgan probably ranks near the bottom. But the former CNN host and anti-Second Amendment zealot surprised a lot of people by praising the late Navy SEAL by saying, unequivocally, “He is a hero.”
Clarence Daniels walked into a Wal-Mart in Florida with a gun under his jacket. Another man, Michael Foster, spotted the holstered weapon, followed Daniels into the store, then jumped him. Foster put Daniels in a chokehold and told patrons the man had a gun. When the police arrived Foster was arrested for battery.
Politics is a nasty business. Substantive differences are expected, but in the era of social media so are personal attacks.
How well President Obama did with the State of the Union Address probably depends on your personal politics.
The White House dislike of Fox News is well documented.
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin took to her Facebook page to slam “Hollywood leftists” who attack the U.S. military, in particular snipers in the wake of the success of the movie “Americans Sniper.”
Director Michael Moore has been catching hell for implying the late Navy SEAL Chris Kyle was a coward. Kyle, the subject of the hit movie "American Sniper" and credited with more kills than any soldier in American history, seemed to be the subject of a tweet Sunday from Moore saying:
In spite of the vitriol spewed toward the movie "American Sniper," Americans flocked to see the Clint Eastwood biopic of the late Navy SEAL Chris Kyle in record numbers.
Last month comedian Seth Rogen was the cause célèbre of Hollywood when terroristic threats caused Sony Pictures to cancel the release of his latest movie “The Interview.” Americans from across the political spectrum spoke out in favor of Rogen’s right to make any movie he wanted, and when it was released online, Americans supported the movie. Many may now regret that purchase.
Leftist filmmaker Michael Moore is not a fan of “American Sniper.”
Under fire for being a no-show at the Paris March Against Terrorism, the Obama administration sent Secretary of State John Kerry to Paris today to give a “big hug” to the French.
Normally the Oscar nominations are uneventful, with the only controversy coming in the form of snubs. But this year's nomination ceremony had a bit of a Freudian slip, if you will.
Speaker of the House John Boehner likes to golf, and he likes to unwind with a drink after playing a round. For the last five years Michael Robert Hoyt, 44, served the speaker his drinks at Wetherington Country Club. On Jan. 7, Hoyt was arrested and charged with threatening to murder the speaker by poisoning his drink.
Famed attorney Floyd Abrams, who represented The New York Times in many important First Amendment cases including the landmark Pentagon Papers case, is none too happy with his former client. Abrams wrote to the letters section of the paper to blast it for its coverage of the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack.
The absence of any senior U.S. officials at Sunday’s Paris rally against terrorism and in support of free speech has the White House struggling to explain itself.