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Topic - Piers Morgan
President Obama dropped in on the DreamWorks movie studio last week while on a West Coast scavenger hunt for Democratic campaign cash. Lavishing praise on an industry that has lavished millions of dollars on him, the president told the assembled cast, crew and executives that "entertainment is part of our American diplomacy" and that Hollywood exports "our values" globally. To paraphrase a previous Democratic president, that all depends on what the definition of "our values" is.
If it weren't for the tea party, Congress would work well, Hollywood actor Sean Penn said during a recent appearance on CNN with host Piers Morgan. And he also said tea partyers should be forcibly committed for mental health treatment.
The agreement on the shutdown and the debt ceiling is no guarantee that lawmakers and the White House will behave. They are addicted to spectacle and hand-wringing political theater that garners press coverage, while masking inactivity or indecision.
CNN host Piers Morgan found a silver lining amid the government shutdown this week, saying it's "excellent" that fewer gun permits will be issued as a result.
Former President Bill Clinton said his daughter, not his wife, would actually make a better president when looked at through the prism of long-term.
Internationally known anti-gun CNN television host Piers Morgan actually came out in strong defense of two Virginia teenage boys who were booted from school Tuesday for playing with toy guns in their front yard while waiting for the morning school bus.
CNN's Piers Morgan interviewed Emily Miller about her new book "Emily Gets Her Gun ... But Obama Wants to Take Yours," which is about gun control politics since the Newtown tragedy. Ms. Miller is senior editor of opinion for The Washington Times. The video of the September 9 interview on "Piers Morgan Tonight" is below.
CNN host Piers Morgan, during another emotional interview with a gun rights advocate, said Tuesday that he'd prefer not to see all women in America armed with weapons — and he couldn't even say if his wife should be armed if she faced a deadly home intruder.
Sixty-seven were shot in Chicago in a five-day span that wrapped Sunday, and CNN host Piers Morgan says he has the solution to the violence: Send in the federal government.
Happy Birthday, America. Too bad King George III didn't win. That's pretty much how CNN host Piers Morgan rang in Fourth of July celebrations, with this tweet: "To Life, Liberty & Happiness — and deep abiding regret that George III couldn't keep his [expletive] together."
Piers Morgan is leading the liberal media and Hollywood in another ignorant attack of the National Rifle Association (NRA).
The terrible murderer of children and teachers in Newtown, Conn., Adam Lanza, was not a member of the National Rifle Association (NRA) despite the media reports. CNN host Piers Morgan who is rabidly anti-gun, took these harmless pieces of evidence to insinuate the NRA is somehow complicit in the horrific crime.
Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore told CNN's Piers Morgan that former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld was a war criminal and that several in the Bush administration ought to be in jail.
In an interview with Salon, former CNN host Larry King talked about his new web series, "Larry King Now," and his old prime-time spot currently held by Piers Morgan.
CNN host Piers Morgan on Wednesday repeatedly talked over guest John Lott Jr., who was trying to present and correct several myths and misstatements about gun facts, ultimately telling him: "I'm going to keep talking so I suggest you keep quiet."
"Excellent," Mr. Morgan replied. "Well, that's excellent, good news."