Upon learning on Monday that Trump had sued Maher for $5 million dollars in the wake of the remark, Koko the Gorilla has gone apesh*t.
New Rule: Now that he's suing me for five million dollars because he says he's proved that he is not the love child of an orangutan, Donald Trump must learn two things: What a joke is, and what a contract is.
Here's why the left always loses the gun control debate: we're too inclined to acquiesce on serious points -- to concede to the immovable, uncompromising gun people.
If you are looking for some sanity in the gun debate, turn to comedy. Satirists like Stewart, Colbert, and Maher entertain us while revealing the flawed thinking that is making a folly of our democracy.
How many people are harmed by gay marriage? None. How many people are killed by guns every year? About 30,000. So what legislation do we need? Prohibit gay marriage and oppose gun regulation. I feel safer already just thinking about it.
From the best political bits on late night to a few unintentionally hilarious moments from the politicians themselves, 2012 was a great year to laugh at politics in America.
As ASF's founder and executive director, and being Adrienne's widower, I am personally very grateful for the many loyal celebrity friends and supporters who believe in our mission while helping to keep Adrienne's memory and spirit alive.
The election is over, but fortunately for the nation's late night hosts, there was plenty of news to joke about this week. First and foremost, the David Petraeus affair scandal gave us the type of soap opera story we hadn't seen since Herman Cain sexually harassed his Godfather's Pizza employees.
Play a drinking game: Choose a word that won't get people sloshed before the first returns come in. "Democrat" and "Republican" won't do. On the other hand, to be sure that guests will drive home sober, choose the word "Bush."
By the time we reach Nov. 6, more money will have been spent on TV advertising during this election than ever before. From the fiercely competitive GO...
The final debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney drove a good amount of late night comedy this week, but the two men who really dominated were...
Letterman, Leno and Fallon all had the week off, but the rest of the late night slate picked up the slack, delivering plenty of solid material on the ...
Ann Coulter wondered
This week was all about the aftermath of the first presidential debate and the anticipation of the only vice presidential debate. Jon Stewart lamented...
The lights are being removed, the podiums are gone, and the cleanup crew is sweeping up the tiny, tiny pieces of Paul Ryan that were left all over the stage last night. Heh. Well, maybe not really, but it certainly seems that way, doesn't it?