Tag Archive: Rant of the Week

Apr 15 2018

Rant of the Week: Bill Maher: The ‘What Were You Thinking’ Generation

In his editorial New Rule, Bill argues that it’s unfair to impose today’s “woke” standards on yesterday’s art.

Apr 08 2018

Rant of the Week: George Carlin – Truth About Republicans

This may be about the Reagan administration but here we are nearly 40 years later with a repeat performance by the Trump crime family. The only difference is Ronald Reagan was not in the back pocket of the Russian government.

Mar 18 2018

Rant of the Week: Bill Maher – Democrats Must Support Other Democrats

Mar 11 2018

The Rant of the Week: Bill Maher – Third Rails

One of the good things that has come out of the tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas School is that Donald Trump has ruined the phrase “our thoughts and prayers are with you.” As one student survivors said in response to Trump’s tweet, “I don’t want you thoughts and payers, you piece of shit. My friends …

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Feb 18 2018

Rant of the Week: Bill Maher – Traitor Trump’s Toxic Trysts

Bill recaps the top stories of the week, including the latest Mueller indictment and another alleged Trump affair.

Jan 07 2018

Rant of the Week: Stephen Colbert – Trump’s Global Warming Logic

The host of CBS’ “The Late Show” Stephen Colbert uses Trump’s logic against him.

Dec 10 2017

Rant of the Week: Stephen Colbert – Holiday Gift Guide

The host of CBS’ “The Late Show,” Stephen Colbert, after highlighting some of the more outrageous gifts available this holiday season, introduces his own Coveton House line of gits.

Dec 03 2017

Rant of the Week: Trevor Noah – Everything Goes Back To Trump

Donald Trump boasts about the GOP tax bill at a campaign rally, and Trevor explains how the president’s attacks on journalism have had an impact on slavery in Libya.

Nov 26 2017

Rant of the Week: Seth Meyers – Thanksgiving Night Monologue

Nov 12 2017

Rant of the Week: Lewis Black – How to Honor Veterans

It’s 99 years since the war to end all wars ended on November 11, 1917 on a rail car in in the forest of Compi├Ęgne, France. Veterans Day, known originally Armistice Day, which began in 1919 and became a legal holiday in 1938. It was after WW2 when a campaign was started to change the …

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