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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Jerry Lewis
Jerry Lewis says women are funny, but not as crude standup comics.
For five years straight, I have recommended legendary entertainer and philanthropist Jerry Lewis for the Kennedy Center Honors and the Presidential Medal of Freedom awards, and year after year, he is denied. I've written to George Stevens, executive producer of the Kennedy Center awards, to no avail. I've even written to President Obama for four years in a row about nominating Mr. Lewis for the Medal of Freedom award, and he has never responded. This is ridiculous.
Comedy king Jerry Lewis plans to film a television special for PBS.
I have nominated legendary entertainer and philanthropist Jerry Lewis for the Kennedy Center Honor four years in a row. Yet, despite having received awards from Paris and many other places around the world and having raised more than $2 billion for muscular dystrophy, Mr. Lewis hasn't been chosen for honors by the Kennedy Center in Washington. What is it going to take?
No tote board. No Jerry Lewis. And not from Las Vegas.
A publicist for Jerry Lewis says the 86-year-old comedian is resting at his hotel after spending two nights in a New York hospital.
A publicist for Jerry Lewis says the comedian is OK after being hospitalized in New York overnight.
A publicist for comedian Jerry Lewis says he should be released from the hospital sometime Wednesday.
Legendary entertainer and philanthropist Jerry Lewis has received awards from Paris, but not from the president of the United States. What is it going to take?
A year after the Muscular Dystrophy Association telethon split with comedian and longtime host Jerry Lewis, the Labor Day weekend show is leaving Las Vegas.
Two battle-scarred veterans of Arizona's often vicious wars over immigration and the border are drawing fresh fire as they prepare for what may be their last campaign together.
The Duchess of Cambridge has delivered her first public address, giving a confident albeit brief speech at a children's hospice in eastern England.
Jerry Lewis did not turn 86 quietly.
Rep. Jerry Lewis, a Republican stalwart who formerly was chairman of the powerful House Appropriations Committee, said Thursday he won't seek an 18th term in office this year.
Gregg Barson is a documentarian, not a comedian. But when Jerry Lewis let him know that more than a dozen people were waiting in line to tell his story, Barson offered a persuasive punch line.
Ball "went to the lowest level of the barrel, and she was brilliant because of it," Lewis said Saturday after leaving his hand and footprints in cement outside Hollywood's Chinese Theatre.
"Seeing a woman project the kind of aggression that you have to project as a comic just rubs me wrong. And they're funny - I mean you got some very, very funny people that do beautiful work - but I have a problem with the lady up there that's going to give birth to a child - which is a miracle," Lewis said. "But when you have women like Carol Burnett, that's the greatest female entrepreneur of comedy. I just saw Carol at the Smith Center at home in Vegas, and I was stunned by how brilliant she is and how brilliantly she brings the audience right up to her."