One outlet getting more White House attention? The Christian Broadcasting Network, an organization dedicated to preparing "the United States of America and the nations of the world for the coming of Jesus Christ."
While Cbn News has had a Washington, D.C., bureau since the 1980's, the office was recently renovated and 10 staff positions — including correspondents, videographers and producers — have been added since Trump's election.
Cbn founder Pat Robertson interviewed Trump on July 12, in what...
If you’re a pedant like me, you might think a convention is a social norm.
If you’re a corporate type (sometimes like me), you think a convention is a trade show where industry insiders get together to discuss current developments in their field, while a variety of vendors try to interest potential new customers in their products.
If you’re a political junkie (also like me), you might think a convention is an event at which a political party nominates its candidates.
And if you’re a geek (again, I self-identify), you think a convention is a long weekend of panels, exhibits, cosplay and shopping.
As it happens, I enjoy all but the first of these conventions. My dad took me to a few shopping center conventions and I loved walking through the exhibit halls, considering new kinds
The audience claps, and Lear smiles, but the TV game-changer says now that he doesn't quite agree with the assessment. There's hope,
The CNN anchor is known for speaking his mind – especially when speaking with people who don't agree with him. Here, just a sampling of the people he's ripped to shreds with a few simple words:
1. Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi
Speaking to Bondi in the wake of the Orlando attack, Cooper challenged her on her past actions against the Lgbt community. "I have never really seen you talk about gays, lesbians and transgender people in a positive way until now," he said.
2. Arizona State Senator Al Melvin
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Pat Robertson: 'There's Towels That Could Have AIDS'
During a call-in segment, the televangelist Robertson fielded a question from a concerned missionary, who was traveling to Kenya. While the caller asked whether or not he should be worried about Ebola in the African nation, Robertson quickly steered the conservation to one of his favorite topics – AIDS.
“You’re not [going to get Ebola] in Kenya. You might get AIDS in Kenya,” Robertson cautioned. “The people have AIDS. There’s towels that could have AIDS. There are things — there are diseases in Africa.”
Upon hearing about Robertson’s claim, Cooper decided to use his platform on CNN to shut down the outrageous suggestion. “We’re talking bed, bath and way, way beyond, people! If you, like Pat Robertson, somehow missed all the evidence,
Michael Rosenbaum, who I’ve had a major crush on since Smallville, has landed the lead in TV Land’s Impastor, about a scumbag on the run from his debts who masquerades as a small town’s newly hired gay preacher. I would have been happy with Rosenbaum just being back on my television, but add the gay aspect and I’ve already set my TiVo. I suppose on a side note, I should ask what’s up with all the faux-gay characters on TV lately?
You knew it was going to happen but prayed to the Flying Spaghetti Monster it wouldn’t. Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson is running for Congress for the seat of disgraced Vance McAllister. I wonder if he’d wear the beard and the camo to the floor of the House?
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