We’ve known for a while that former CNN host Larry King was an atheist, but he opened up about it more than usual during an interview on New York City’s Power 105.1 morning radio show “The Breakfast Club.”
Larry King: “I Think the Only Reason for Religion is Death. If You Didn’t Die, There’d Be No Religion”
If you’re watching the Oscars, you just saw rapper Common and John Legend (or, rather, Lonnie Lynn and John Stephens) win an Academy Award for their song “Glory” from Selma.
When they accepted the award, Common immediately thanked God, making him only the fifth person (and fourth black person) to do so over the past 12 years.
You might be interested to know, though, that John Legend has doubts about his faith.
Or had them, anyway.
We saw the nominee list last month and we finally have a list of winners!
Wanna know the Worst Picture of the year? Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas:
Obama-Bashing Victoria Jackson Wasn’t on SNL’s Anniversary Show, but Here She Does Her Own “Comedy” Thing
Gay-hating Tea Partier and rape apologist Victoria Jackson was at Saturday Night Live‘s 40th-anniversary show this past weekend, but not in it. Jackson denies that her political views had anything to do with being kept off the special episode, and I hope that’s true. She shouldn’t be excluded because she’s a right-winger. Rather, she should be excluded because, as Jessica Bluemke wrote on this site two years ago,
What I … naïvely mistook for quirkiness [in her SNL days] was just thinly-veiled legitimate lunacy.
OK, even lunacy can be beguiling in a comic (ladies and gentlemen, Andy Kaufman!), but I can’t understand who gets a belly laugh out of Jackson’s antics these days, or why.
Here are the comedienne’s latest six minutes of YouTube artistry.