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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Piers Morgan
Former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks said Tuesday that she received abuse and death threats after it was revealed the newspaper had hacked the voicemails of a murdered 13-year-old girl. But she also got messages of support from high-profile figures including CNN talk-show host Piers Morgan and former Prime Minister Tony Blair.
Piers Morgan is out at CNN -- except when a big celebrity names come calling.
Well, this could be a fitting finale, perhaps. "We're offering a 21-gun salute to Piers Morgan for admitting that his push for gun control killed his ratings and his show," declares Alan Gottlieb, chairman of the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms.
It's all a matter of Ann Coulter vs ? The cool blonde with the brilliant mind and unflappable mien seeks a liberal debating partner for an event that is the equivalent of New Year's Eve, Fourth of July and maybe Thanksgiving Day for conservatives. That's the Conservative Political Action Conference — CPAC — now just nine days off.
After a three-year run, CNN has given up on trying to make Piers Morgan the new Larry King and will pull the plug on the Briton’s 9 p.m. talk show, which has been finishing far behind rivals Meghan Kelly on Fox News Channel and Rachel Maddow on MSNBC.
Prominent CNN talk show host Piers Morgan confirmed Friday that he has been interviewed by British police investigating the illegal interception of telephone voicemails.
President Obama’s second term effort to get Americans to hate guns has backfired. This is evidenced by the news that circulation for the magazine “American Rifleman” has broken into the top 25 magazines in the country, according to the Alliance for Audited Media.
Larry King spoke about his resignation from CNN in 2012, saying the network's "got problems" and should play cartoons instead of its scheduled programming.
A Republican state senator in Oklahoma took a swipe at CNN host Piers Morgan by filing pro-gun legislation in Oklahoma that he named after the vocal gun-control advocate.
Harvey Weinstein, the producer of such violent films as "Pulp Fiction" and "Django Unchained," pledged last week that he will no longer make movies with "egregious violence." But conservative critics are calling him a hypocrite.
With a little arm-twisting by new flame Charlize Theron, actor Sean Penn decided to donate his 65 guns to artist Jeff Koons, who will melt the firearms down to create a sculpture.
While many stars are awash in the gifts and parties of Golden Globes weekend, a few used their privilege to benefit the people of Haiti - and they were rewarded with an intimate performance by U2.
Jeff Zucker, who was brought in last January to shake up CNN, hasn't accomplished much since his arrival, but he promises 2014 will be different.
After five years reporting about the Vatican, I remain amazed how little the Western media know about the Roman Catholic Church. Simply put, the pope and Mr. Limbaugh agree on just about everything, but the average reader wouldn't know that from the reporting.
Barbara Walters admitted on a broadcast appearance with Piers Morgan that maybe Christmas wasn’t the time to say it, but it’s true – the media regarded President Obama as the “next messiah” because of his promises and policies.
"I'll make a deal to do 20 or 25 shows a year, all interviews with big names," Mr. Morgan said, Mediaite reported, citing Mr. Friedman's story. "That's what I wanted to do in the first place, not reports on snow storms and that kind of thing."
Mr. Morgan told TMZ a couple days ago that he was somewhat relieved that CNN showed him the door, because the firing gave him the opportunity to do fewer shows, but with celebrity guests with bigger names.