Obama’s spokesman dismisses the idea that there is anything scandalous about the administration’s handling of the September terrorist attack that killed four Americans.
For some reason, Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick started laughing when he was introduced on Piers Morgan Tonight. The CNN host described Monday’s terrorist bombing of the Boston Marathon as a “tragedy” and a “nightmare” and the governor, visible on a split-screen with Morgan, chuckled weirdly.
Investigative journalist James O’Keefe and his Project Veritas have a new video out exposing Hollywood hypocrites over their refusal to be consistently anti-gun.
Journalists ask Piers Morgan, several representatives of Oprah Winfrey’s production company (Harpo), and several representatives of Robert DeNiro’s production company (Tribeca) to help ban all guns from past and future movies.
The unpopular, controversial and often buffoonish, cartoon example of the “elite media,” Piers Morgan, irreverently tweeted his skepticism over the news that Pope Benedict XVI was resigning as a result of his body breaking down in his old age (because no 85-year-old man has ever been too broken physically to continue working and traveling around the world.)
A bit on the longer side, but totally worth the watch. Last night Ted Nugent took the stage on Piers Morgan Tonight to talk guns. You have to give it to The Detroit Madman – he knows his his guns.
It’s so hard to say goodbye to yesterday.
Long time Fox News contributor and former Bill Clinton adviser Dick Morris, who infamously predicted a Mitt Romney landslide victory over President Obama just two days before the November election, has not been renewed by the network.
Just two days after CNN’s Piers Morgan, in a debate (really it was a shouting-down-your-guests fest) with conservative commentator Dana Loesch, suggested that it was outrageous for a New York man, being attacked by a gang of 7 others, to wound his attackers or present a gun in order to avoid being violently beaten. This sort of logic is common among anti-gun advocates. One columnist recently headlined a piece, “real men use their fists, not guns.” Second Amendment and pro-gun supporters suggest that this defies logic, that criminals will not follow the law or even basic decency.
In an interview with POLITICO, Piers Morgan embodies the old adage, “isn’t that the pot calling the kettle black,” critics might say.
Here’s what critics of the primetime talk show anchor have to say about him and what he has to say about The Dish’s Andrew Sullivan.
Conservatives on Twitter rallied around Breitbart.com Editor-at-Large Ben Shapiro as he gave a calm defense for his position supporting the 2nd Amendment. This was in contrast to the Piers Morgan-Alex Jones battle royale that had been making it’s viral way around the globe.