Bill Maher has a special message for kids about global warming – just in time for the holidays!
Check out what went on behind the scenes of Real Time’s fall season.
Pope Francis has quickly established himself as the progressive Pope – not your father’s Holy Father. Early on, he said atheists can get into heaven. He’s expressed compassion for gays and even said that there’s a place for them in the Church. He’s affirmed the Big Bang Theory and evolution. He’s got a gambling problem he jokes about and it’s long been an open secret that he has a wife and three kids.Read More
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Bill Maher and Seth Rogen discuss North Korea and the joys of marijuana.
Bill Maher defends his right to call Americans stupid in this clip from November 21, 2014. Featuring panelists Chris Matthews, MP Chrystia Freeland and Roland Martin.
Bill Maher and John Cleese discuss the comedic value of human stupidity, political incorrectness and religious fundamentalism.
Well, it looks like the Koch brothers are already getting a great return on investing hundreds of millions in the election. From The Hill:
“Republican lawmakers are planning an all-out assault on Obama’s environmental agenda, including rules on mercury and other air toxics from power plants, limits on ground-level ozone that causes smog, mountaintop mining restrictions and the EPA’s attempt to redefine its jurisdiction over streams and ponds.” And “The Interior Department is also in the crosshairs, with rules due to come soon on hydraulic fracturing on public land and protecting streams from mining waste.”
You know, America’s agenda.Read More
In his editorial New Rule, Bill Maher presents his three-point plan to rehabilitate Christmas.
Bill Maher and his guests – Chris Matthews, Seth Rogen, MP Chrystia Freeland and Roland Martin – answer viewer questions after the show.
Bill Maher lays down some new laws of the land.
Bill Maher reports all the news that has yet to happen.
Real Time returns for its 13th season January 9, 2015.
Bill Maher’s monologue from Friday, November 21, 2014.
The head of the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee is Republican Lamar Smith of Texas, which means he’s in charge on non-defense related spending on scientific research and development. It also means he’s got jurisdiction over agencies like the EPA, Energy, NASA, NOAA, and lots of other people who don’t agree with a single thought in his head.Read More