Rush Limbaugh dismissed a study about the objectification of women by suggesting on his show Monday that women's br**sts should stop looking at him.
Limbaugh sounded off on a Daily Caller piece entitled "Liberals want to stop men from checking out women," which cites a study in Sex Roles: A Journal of Research on how men objectify women with their eyes.
Didn't believe it at first, that someone had pressed charges against Bob Dylan had for something he said.
I was sure it was an article from The Onion or some other satirical source that had gotten twisted in the Twitterverse. But then I found articles about it from pretty reliable sources all over the Net.
The upshot was that an organization called the Representative Council ...
Never accuse Fox Business Channel’s Stuart Varney of backing down from a disagreement. As Jon Stewart noted on “The Daily Show” Thursday, the British journalist is presently at odds with none other than the Pope. So is CNBC’s Lawrence Kudlow. Both business commentators disagree with Pope Francis’ call for an end to unchecked capitalism. Also read: Jon Stewart: ...
On last night's "Daily Show," Jon Stewart offered a spirited defense of something that should need no defense: The basic virtue of a living wage.
It started when Fox Business Network host Stuart Varney described a $15 an hour minimum wage as the "emotional" part of a social justice narrative, and was more concerned with the economics. Stewart reacted to the position as ...
On Thursday, Rush Limbaugh referred to the backlash over his comments about Sandra Fluke as a "manufactured controversy."
Rush Limbaugh is under fire after the comments he made attacking Pope Francis. The radio show host said the media's treatment of him is just another example of their effort to make him a "villain" in a "contrived, phony" story.