Funny or Die PSA: Comedians Try to Act Gangsta, Mock Pro-Gun States

A March 12, a Funny or Die public service announcement for the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence features an actor and actress trying to act gangsta with bb guns, waving them around and discussing states in which criminals who “wear leather jackets and scream at women” can most easily carry guns.

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Gut Check: The Race Race

As political races loom and gloom sets in among democrats, the topic of racism heats up. Race warfare is the weapon you grab when it looks really, really bad. The sad part: it works! While racism exists (everywhere), the notion

Gut Check: The Race Race

'Key & Peele' Stars too Busy for President Obama

The stars of Key & Peele rejected President Obama’s proposal to advertise ObamaCare on their show because they were too busy. The President tried to wrangle more supporters for his flawed healthcare program and asked comedians Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele if

'Key & Peele' Stars too Busy for President Obama

Sebelius Touts ObamaCare's 'Galifianakis Bump'

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius claimed Monday that President Obama’s appearance on “Between Two Ferns” with film comedian Zach Galifianakis produced what she called a “Galifianakis bump” in ObamaCare interest and sign-ups: “Well, we definitely saw the Galifianakis

Sebelius Touts ObamaCare's 'Galifianakis Bump'

Why 'Between Two Ferns' Works

President Barack Obama has come in for a fair amount of criticism for his appearance on Funny or Die’s Between Two Ferns, a satirical interview sketch hosted by Zach Galifianakis. Rush Limbaugh and Bill O’Reilly have slammed the interview as demeaning

Why 'Between Two Ferns' Works

Hollywood Playbook: Wednesday's Top 5 News Items

1. Between Two Ferns and a Big Fat Fail My takeaways from President Obama’s appearance with Zack Galifi-what’s-his-name on Funny or Die’s “Between Two Ferns” had nothing to do with the dignity of the office or anything like that.  I

Hollywood Playbook: Wednesday's Top 5 News Items

Obama Holds YouTube Star Summit to Push HealthCare.gov

The White House: President Obama drops by a meeting with YouTube personalities to learn about how they’re using YouTube to connect with an audience of millions of people and to discuss why it’s important for young people to visit HealthCare.gov

Obama Holds YouTube Star Summit to Push HealthCare.gov

A-List Stars Resume Propaganda Push to Save Obamacare

Hollywood heavy hitters like Lady Gaga and Amy Poehler couldn’t wait to promote the official ObamaCare web site, part of the president’s signature legislative achievement. Then, without warning from a supine press, Healthcare.gov launched Oct. 1, 2013 to extreme mockery–the

A-List Stars Resume Propaganda Push to Save Obamacare