Dennis Miller

Someone pointed out that needing three days to write jokes is the very definition of "slow-witted."
Considering that both of these guys have platforms from which to spew their views, this is like a DC/Marvel comic crossover of legendary proportion. This week was only the second edition of their mashup, and one gets the feeling that the two hosts are politely feeling out the edges of each other's hot buttons.
This week over a thousand New Yorkers had the opportunity to "Celebrate America's Heroes" on the occasion of Emmy-winning TV and radio host Rita Cosby's 50th birthday to benefit the acclaimed organization, the Wounded Warrior Project.
Lovitz and Carvey start the discussion off by deriding the media for taking controversial bits of a comedian's act and conflating
Dennis Miller is a seemingly unknown director of golf at Mill Creek Golf Course in Ohio, but he will soon be among such larger
It looks like Yunjin Kim is taking Jack Shephard's advice. The former "Lost" star is set to return to ABC in the summer of
The current GOP candidates are drop-dead funny, but they aren't trying to be. They're the manna from heaven that falls into the laps of left-wing talk show hosts who have the easiest job in the world these days.
Republican presidential straw polls are supposed to test the direction of that party's leading windbags. But what to do when there is no direction? A slew of these polls have so far produced results that reflect few votes and no trends.
O'Reilly listed an array of complex issues that Cain might have to face if he were to end up in the White House. The Fox
Reading Laura Ingraham's The Obama Diaries makes you wonder if she's ever even read a parody. I don't want to get didactic, but it's a form that generally contains jokes.
While the current vice president is showing contrition over dropping an F-bomb, the last one seems proud of his own famous
"Now on the right side — granted, Fox, I believe, is in the right lane but you still got rubber on the road. Hannity's gone
The health care debate is teetering, not "on the precipice of success" as President Obama put it, but rather on the precipice of outright farce.
Where do washed up celebrities go once they realize that their career is in the tank? They become celebrity spokesmen for the Republican National Committee.
This latest rant is a real gem: In a particularly irrational appearance on "The O'Reilly Factor," she told O'Reilly that
At the news conference, Palin was flanked by comedians Larry The Cable Guy and Dennis Miller. Both expressed support for Palin and agreed comedy had gone 'too far' in a direction they called "un-good."
Huh! Just spitballing, here: but maybe they brushed off the tattoo because...I don't know...someone wanted to sell some swimsuits
Evidently, saying, "Waterboarding is torture," gets you anywhere in DC these days. It can get Holder confirmed, Democrats promoted, and Bush and Cheney indicted.
It's a peculiar feeling being swept up, however briefly, in the right-wing message machine. But if I thought I could walk away unscathed, I was fooling myself.
Today's "Right Wing World" from the Stephanie Miller Show features a day without gays info, Alex Castellanos, Bill O'Reilly, Dick Morris, and comically challenged talker Dennis Miller.