Michael Moore, Hollywood’s outspoken left-leaning film maker, confirmed in a Facebook post that Clint Eastwood did in fact threaten to kill him during an awards dinner held ten years ago. And what’s more: He concluded his remarks by saying vicious verbal attacks are akin to an “American Isis,” he wrote.
Jan Morgan, owner and operator of Arkansas-based Gun Cave Indoor Firing Range, said business has been booming since her September ban of Muslims at her facility — a decision she said was a matter of public safety.
Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh came out swinging against a Washington Post piece that invited readers to compare the size of their homes to Mitt Romney’s — but failed to mention the similarly lush residences of leading Democrats such as Nancy Pelosi or Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Hollywood’s Julianne Moore — who most recently played the character of Sarah Palin in “Game Change,” the 2012 HBO movie — said her mother’s death in 2009 solidified one world view: God does not exist.
Saudi Arabia’s proposal to jointly host the 2020 Olympic Games was swiftly rejected for suggesting the competition would be for men only, with the women’s competition taking place in Bahrain.
“Fifty Shades of Grey” doesn’t come out for two more weeks, but it has been breaking ticket sales records, said Fandango, the online movie entertainment and ticket seller.
Comedian Chelsea Handler slapped on a couple of Israeli flag pasties and sat atop a camel for a photo she posted on Instagram as part of the “free the nipple” movement.