Liam Neeson

Liam Neeson: ‘I’m Not a Racist’

Actor Liam Neeson on Tuesday spoke out after revealing he wanted to kill a black man 40 years ago when he learned one of his close friends was “brutally raped.” Neeson defended himself on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” saying, “I’m not racist.”


Liam Neeson Stumps for Legalizing Abortion in Ireland

Irish actor and abortion advocate Liam Neeson has published an open letter in the Irish Independent urging citizens to overturn Ireland’s constitutional amendment that recognizes the right to life of unborn children.

Liam Neeson attends the Jameson Empire Awards 2015 at the Grosvenor House Hotel on March 29, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)

Hollywood Mourns Celebrity Gun Deaths, Not a Peep About Using Guns in Violent Films

In an article titled “Hollywood’s Own Killing Fields,” David Robb at Deadline mourned the firearm-related deaths of celebrities throughout the years and praised Obama’s new gun controls, but offered zero criticism of Hollywood’s ongoing use of firearm violence and death to rake in massive profit in films.


Rubio: We Need Liam Neeson’s Strategy Against Terrorism

Senator and presidential candidate Marco Rubio (R-FL) argued US anti-terrorism policy should emulate Liam Neeson’s character in “Taken” during a speech in South Carolina on Saturday. Rubio called for a Middle Eastern policy of “working with out allies to confront


Backfire: Gun Supplier ‘Will No Longer Provide Firearms’ for Liam Neeson Films

On January 12, Breitbart News reported that action film star Liam Neeson stood in front of a poster of himself holding a handgun for Taken 3, and cursed America’s pro-gun culture. Reacting to the terror attacks in Paris he said, “There are too many [bleeping] guns out there, especially in America.”

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Rush Limbaugh: Gun Control A Class Issue

On January 13 Rush Limbaugh explained that gun control is a class issue — “hip versus unhip, cool versus uncool.” The push for more gun control is espoused by those on the periphery of elitism as a way for them to bring themselves closer to the best seats and tables at an Upper East Side dinner party.