The medical news service has a reputation for getting facts about American health care right, but its newest contributor, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, does not.
The Academy Award-winning director is among those predicting a Romney victory in November. Why? Because the right is outstripping the left in money and motivation. And because Obama’s performance over the last four years has discouraged the liberal public.
Health insurance executives at an industry strategy session on how to respond to Michael Moore's 2007 documentary "Sicko" thought they may have to implement a plan "to push Moore off a cliff," says whistle-blower Wendell Potter.
Now that Fidel Castro's got a bit more time on his hands, documentary überdirector Michael Moore has a suggestion for how he might spend his first official weekend out of office -- as long as he's got a penguin suit handy.
You knew it was only a matter of time before the Michael Moore "SiCKO" publicity train rumbled into Colbert Station. In this clip, Stephen Colbert faces off with the dogged documentarian (via "satellite," thanks to the faux host's Blitzer-esque distancing technique) about the American healthcare system, only to discover that he and Moore share at least one thing: a pronounced dislike of CNN.
Keith Olbermann and Michael Moore move the "SiCKO" discussion into the meaningful hows and whens of fixing the system by shooting past the CNN media controversy.
Larry King capitalized on the heated showdown between Michael Moore and CNN's "The Situation Room" by conducting a rematch between Moore and Dr. Sanjay Gupta on his show Tuesday night. Moore, when he appeared on "Situation Room" earlier this week, denounced host Wolf Blitzer and reporter Gupta.
"SiCKO" director Michael Moore opens up a can of whoop-ass on CNN's "The Situation Room" (our sincerest apologies to those with delicate sensibilities, but there's just no other way to put it), giving host Wolf Blitzer and resident MD/one-time "embedded journalist" Dr. Sanjay Gupta quite a dressing-down in a must-see live TV moment.
Back on May 25th, Michael Moore joined "Real Time" host Bill Maher to chat about his latest, "SiCKO," which Maher called "amazing" and "your best yet." In case you missed it or you just can't get enough of the all-American documentarian on this "SiCKO" Friday, check it out.