He wasn't always known for his coolheaded leadership skills during his 16-year NBA career, but now, after almost 10 years off the court, Charles Barkley is apparently gearing up to compete in the political arena, telling the New York Daily News that he aims to run for governor of Alabama in a few years.
Rush Limbaugh's "Operation Chaos" is meant to throw the Democrats into disarray by keeping their primary race close, but according to MSNBC's Dan Abrams, it just might be illegal.
Stephen Colbert pokes fun at Mike Huckabee's miracle strategy and Rush Limbaugh's inability to move the Republicans against McCain.
He's certainly not famous for his magnanimity, but this time Rush Limbaugh's sharp tongue seems to have gotten him into a real pickle. The conservative radio talk show host is under fire from congressional Democrats for his recent statement that U.S. troops who oppose the war are "phony soldiers." Limbaugh's ill-conceived rant also caught this active-duty soldier's attention, judging by his blog.
Michael Moore is enjoying major buzz at the Cannes Film Festival for his new film, "Sicko," about the U.S. healthcare system. Meanwhile, one of his staunchest detractors has discovered that the anonymous benefactor who paid off his sick wife's $12,000 yearly medical insurance bill was none other than the documentary filmmaker.
Michael J Fox defends his advocacy against Rush Limbaugh's ignoble attack: "Because the thing about being symptomatic is that it's not comfortable No one wants to be symptomatic; it's like being hit with a hammer".
Even judged against his own gutter-level standards, Rush Limbaugh's attack on Michael J. Fox set a new low.
Rush Limbaugh said something stupid again, only this time on CBS? nightly ?Free Speech? segment, where the radio show host railed against those evil people who are ?more interested in punishing this country over a few incidents of Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo Bay than they are in defeating those who want to kill us.? (Video & Transcript)
Rush Limbaugh, pioneer of inane babble, has accused the left, the government and the United Nations of exacerbating the obesity epidemic in America by attempting to feed the hungry. Limbaugh, in a trail of thought Magellan couldn't have navigated, used as his inspiration a recent study which noted the prevalence of obesity-related health problems in poor communities. (audio & transcript)