Emily Jashinsky joins Federalist Radio to discuss figures like Norm MacDonald, Louis C.K., Brett Kavanaugh, and how the culture is trying to sort them all.
On today’s Federalist Radio Hour, Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi recap this week in political smears and media narratives.
Macdonald is refreshingly self-deprecating about his political awareness in a time when comedians advertise their political sophistication.
Netflix drops plenty of comedy on subscribers today, with the familiar in new seasons of ‘BoJack Horseman’ and ‘American Vandal,’ and a talk show hosted by Norm Macdonald.
‘The Tonight Show’ has gone from a delightful and apolitical show to one that comes across as terrified of upsetting progressives.
Norm Macdonald set out to write a memoir and ended up with something else entirely. That result is ab-convulsing proof that the underappreciated Macdonald stands heads and shoulders above his comedic peers.
‘The Tonight Show’ gets a bigger audience because most people aren’t looking for the self-righteous mirth of slamming those stupid Republicans right before bed.
NBC’s reality competition featuring comedians brought on Norm MacDonald as judge this season. Good thing, as he’s transformed the show into must-see TV.
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