Inevitable. Imbecilic. Insensitive.
There was once a time, believe it or not, where our politics and our entertainment were not so intertwined.
This is just comical.
The "resistance" was out in full force today.
Hollywood gets worse every year, but 2019 was a banner year for bad. Here are ten of some of Hollywood and the entertainment industry's worst moments.
The Hollywood legend's tough guy act is moving from the big screen to The Beltway this week.
There's one thing that we can all agree on in this trying political time: The idea of Hillary Clinton running for President again is utterly hilarious.
Clinton's pals in the mainstream media seem to have her back on this.
Trump Derangement Syndrome has reached frightening new levels.
The left has been working overtime in order to make us forget the history of the Civil War, while simultaneously promoting the same sort of sentiment...
The President has taken his licks for long enough.
The President appeared a bit peeved at Fox News for this one.
Maher's comments are just the latest sign of defeat for an already exasperated Democratic party, who, try as they may, cannot get anything to stick to Teflon Don.
The actor has uncorked a long list of tweets about his new public position.
The Jew-hating left is at it again, this time rejoicing that actor Gerard Butler lost his house in the California wildfires all because he supports Israel.
The creator of Spiderman has died. Stan Lee, the man who made comic books a billion-dollar business, has died at 95.
A Hollywood film producer Jason Blum was booed off the stage at the Israel Film Festival in Los Angeles after going into an anti-Trump tirade.
Saturday Night Live is being attacked by both left and the right after a seriously questionable "joke" making fun of a U.S. veteran because he lost...
Megyn Kelly Today is about to become yesterday's news.
TV's Chuck Lorre ended his latest episode of 'The Big Bang Theory' with a prayer that God would kill all Americans who voted for or support...
There are a number of entertainers who have actually appeared in blackface and were not only NOT fired, but were made stars.
The radical gay advocacy group GLAAD is thrilled this year that almost 9 percent of all TV characters are gay.
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