In this edition of "Explaining Jokes to Idiots," Bill confronts the purity police over their criticism of Amy Schumer's new movie.
In his editorial New Rule, Bill pens an open letter to his dear friend Roseanne about a few inconsistencies in her political affiliations.
In a special "420" edition of New Rules, Bill argues that Democrats should use marijuana legalization as a wedge issue in the upcoming elections.
In his editorial New Rule, Bill argues that it's unfair to impose today's "woke" standards on yesterday's art.
In a surprising move, Bill sticks up for children in his editorial New Rule.
In his editorial New Rule, Bill argues that many conservative celebrities only entered politics after failing in Hollywood.
In his editorial New Rule, Bill calls on Democrats to step up and fight like Republicans.
In his editorial New Rule, Bill argues that it's not very hard to change people's minds, and that Democrats should try it with gun control.
In his editorial New Rule, Bill chastises the media for pitting Americans against each other with phony controversies.
In his editorial New Rule, Bill explores the messy and complicated nature of romance in the age of #TimesUp.
In his editorial New Rule, Bill argues that Donald Trump's illiteracy isn't his shame – it's his bond with America.
Bill implores Trump fans to admit that their President has been lying to them about building a border wall.
In his editorial New Rule, Bill asks why President Donald "Least Racist Person" Trump is always picking fights with black people and offers up an alternative outlet for his ire.
Bill voices his support for the #MeToo movement and cautions liberals that "zero tolerance" is morphing into "zero thinking."
Through the magic of Christmas, Bill shows Donald Trump an alternate reality of what his life could be if he weren't such a Scrooge.
Bill takes a hard look at the accoplishments of Jared Kushner and the rest of President Trump's team.
Bill mocks Hollywood heroes whose skill is "driving" and the male penchant for lazy behavior in his editorial New Rule.
Bill asks why people who wrap themselves in the flag are always the ones most clueless about what it represents.
Bill explores how Russia used America's self-obsessed social media culture to turn its citizens against each other.
Bill Maher tells Democrats to stop attempting to childproof the world with regulations, and instead to save their battles for important issues like gun control, bank oversight and climate change.