I was chatting with IMAO reader aAron, who mentioned that he was a huge fan of the IMAO Podcast episode with the Wizard of Oz parody. So, I'm gonna start posting links to all the IMAO podcasts, one at a time, every Saturday for the next 6 months or so.
The director of the Office of Management and Budget said Wednesday during a House hearing on the president's proposed budget that Sesame Street 's Big Bird "makes more money than anybody in this room." Mick Mulvaney was discussing the phasing out of support for public broadcasting, which President Trump proposed in the draft budget released Tuesday .
There was a time that a politician's children were a no-go zone they were off limits. Those days don't come back.
'South Park' creators aim to scale back Trump coverage "We decided to just kind of back off and let them do their comedy and we'll do ours." Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/2ka4562 'South Park' creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone say fans keep assuming they must be loving the Trump presidency - there's so much dramatic material to parody, right? The creators of South Park have acute Trump fatigue - so much so that they plan to scale back on the number of storylines about him when they return to work on the show's 21st season later this year.
The This Old House Hour Burying electrical cables, building porch columns, laying a patio, installing kitchen cabinets and trimming the front gable. On ASK THIS OLD HOUSE, changing a dilapidated entrance, how to make wire connections and a lesson on creating mead.
In a short feature last year, Homer appeared at a Trump rally - but we soon got a voice-over from within the comb-over. Photo / Fox TV Sometimes The Simpsons is like a Magic 8-Ball that can seem to hold all the answers.
South Park released a new episode, and it's clear they they intend to keep the season chockfull of political satire for the 2016 election. The show recently took a look at the election's progression, during which, Donald Trump stand-in Mr. Garrison realizes that someone as inexperienced and politically inept like him shouldn't be president, and he must make sure Hillary Clinton wins instead.
DON'T MISS: The presidential debate - They've been throwing long-distance verbal jabs at one another for months. On Monday the candidates - Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump - finally come face to face on the same stage at New York's Hofstra University in the first of three scheduled debates.
DON'T MISS: The Presidential Debate - They've been throwing long-distance verbal jabs at one another for months. On Monday the candidates - Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump - finally come face-to-face on the same stage at New York's Hofstra University in the first of three scheduled debates.
Registration will allow you to post comments on timesunion.com and create a timesunion.com Subscriber Portal account for you to manage subscriptions and email preferences. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton walks from from her daughter's apartment building Sunday, Sept.
Executive producer Al Jean reveals to TVLine that one of the episodes coming up for season 28 will contain a not-so-subtle reference to Trump University, currently the subject of multiple lawsuits alleging fraud. In the episode, Jean explains, financial guru Suze Orman, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and writing instructor Robert McKee are educators at a school launched by the wealthy Mr. Burns.