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Real Time with Bill Maher invites Ted Nugent, sides with Breitbart over free speech

This week’s Real Time with Bill Maher guests were Breitbart editor-in-chief Alex Marlow, political analyst Ian Bremmer, veteran national security expert Malcolm Nance and performer Eddie Izzard. It was the opening interview with Marlow that had social media aflame as Marlow and Maher agreed on free speech but veered away from each over the Russian news stories. Interestingly Maher didn’t ask Marlow anything about former staffer Milo Yiannopoulos’ outlandish prior remarks. Or why Steve Bannon, who Maher dubbed a consigliere to President Trump, on his labeling Breitbart a “platform for the alt-right.” Or mention now ex-Breitbart reporter Katie McHugh for...read more
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Breitbart’s Alex Marlow, Ian Bremmer, Eddie Izzard on Real Time with Bill Maher

Tonight’s HBO Real Time with Bill Maher will see both sides of the political coin represented as Breitbart Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow headlines and Brit transgender comedian Eddie Izzard drops by for a chat. Marlow was included in the focus of a cover story in Newsweek magazine that outlined how Breitbart has catapulted to a top ranking as a news website and was instrumental in helping to elect Donald Trump to the presidency. Also on Real Time’s panel are president of global risk assessment firm Eurasia Group Ian Bremmer and retired U.S. Navy officer, Malcolm Nance. In a Washington Post interview Bremmer laid out how...read more
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ICM Partners Melds Its Publishing Division With D.C.-Based Sagalyn Agency

Breaking: In a move that gives the ICM Partners publishing division a foothold in D.C., the agency has established what it is calling a “strategic alliance” with Raphael Sagalyn’s The Sagalyn Agency. The D.C. outpost will now be called ICM/Sagalyn. The alliance melds Sagalyn’s strong non-fiction author list and ICM’s list dominated by fiction authors. Sagalyn has long run a one-man shop in D.C., where he represents over 100 authors, journalists and business and political experts. His list includes National Book Award finalists Rajiv Chandrasekaran and Steve Olson, Pulitzer Prize finalist Robert Wright and New York Times bestselling authors Dan Pink, Claire Shipman, Katty Kay, Franklin Foer, David Ignatius, Daniel Suarez, Howard Kurtz, David Simon, Ross Douthat, Del Quentin Wilber, Ian Bremmer, NPR reporter Barbara Bradley Hagerty, Vanity Fair editor Cullen Murphy, MIT economist Simon Johnson, former Labor Secretary Robert Reich, and Harvard professor Robert Putnam.
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ICM Partners Melds Its Publishing Division With D.C.-Based Sagalyn Agency

Breaking: In a move that gives the ICM Partners publishing division a foothold in D.C., the agency has established what it is calling a “strategic alliance” with Rapahael Sagalyn’s The Sagalyn Agency. The D.C. outpost will now be called ICM/Sagalyn. The alliance melds Sagalyn’s strong non-fiction author list and ICM’s list dominated by fiction authors. Sagalyn has long run a one-man shop in D.C., where he represents over 100 authors, journalists and business and political experts. His list includes National Book Award finalists Rajiv Chandrasekaran and Steve Olson, Pulitzer Prize finalist Robert Wright and New York Times bestselling authors Dan Pink, Claire Shipman, Katty Kay, Franklin Foer, David Ignatius, Daniel Suarez, Howard Kurtz, David Simon, Ross Douthat, Del Quentin Wilber, Ian Bremmer, NPR reporter Barbara Bradley Hagerty, Vanity Fair editor Cullen Murphy, MIT economist Simon Johnson, former Labor Secretary Robert Reich, and Harvard professor Robert Putnam.
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Pajiba After Dark 5/13/10

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It's the weekend! Or it's the weekend for me, anyway, I know some of you still have like Friday to get through but Friday's barely a real work day anyway. I mean, how many truly productive things do you actually get done? Or do you just do enough that your Monday isn't a total disaster? That's what I thought. Anyway, I hope everyone else gets to have a super awesome weekend, just like I'm going to, and here's what's on TV this Thursday night:

8:00 p.m.: "Bones" on Fox.

"Community" on NBC.

"Flash Forward" ABC.

"Survivor" on CBS.

"The Vampire Diaries" on The CW. There's a lot of pretty on this show, so I decided to highlight it for tonight. Mmmmm, pretty. If "Twilight" had guys that looked like that I... well, I still probably wouldn't watch "Twilight" but I might get some of the posters.

8:30 p.
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