‘The Wire’ Creator David Simon: Trump Is the Equivalent of 1940s Fascism

Hollywood producer David Simon has called President Donald Trump a “racist moron,” a “race-hating fraud,” and a “permanent stain on our land.” Now that he has a new TV project to promote, the producer is looking for new insults to fling and has landed on a highly original one: Trump is the modern-day equivalent of fascism from the 1940s.

FILE - In this July 30, 2015 file photo, producer David Simon appears during the "Show Me a Hero" panel at the HBO 2015 Summer TCA Tour in Beverly Hills, Calif. Simon and Fox News Channel host Sean Hannity are tossing vulgarities at each other on social media. Simon, who …

HBO, David Simon Series Equates ‘America First’ with Jew Hatred

A new HBO limited series from producer David Simon is taking aiming at President Donald Trump and his supporters by not-so-subtly equating “America first” with Jew hatred. The project marks the latest anti-Trump provocation from uber-producer Simon, who has repeatedly insulted the president on social media and has even wished death to a Trump supporter.


AT&T Loses 1.4 Million TV Customers in Third Quarter

AT&T lost a staggering 1.4 million pay TV customers in the third quarter as the company’s poorly performing DirecTV unit weighed down its financial results and the cord-cutting trend continued to ravage the industry.

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HBO Orders Two More Seasons of Axios News Series

NEW YORK (AP) — HBO has ordered two new seasons of its Sunday night news program modeled after the Axios website, which has produced newsmaking interviews with presidential son-in-law Jared Kushner and business leaders Elon Musk and Tim Cook.


Nolte: Trial By Reality Show Has to Stop

Any conviction outside of a legal trial where a group of 12 everyday Americans have heard all the evidence and are willing to live with that decision, is an act of mob justice, is scarlet lettering.

(FILES) US pop star and entertainer Michael Jackson preforms before an estimated audience of 60,000 in Brunei on July 16, 1996. Michael Jackson died on June 25, 2009 after suffering a cardiac arrest, sending shockwaves sweeping across the world and tributes pouring in on June 26 for the tortured music …