Eastwood’s growling at an empty chair will live on in infamy. Michael Moore on the creepiness of Clint.
In front of thousands of protesters in Madison, Wisconsin this weekend, Michael Moore blasted the GOP—and said corporate America’s greed has pushed us to our breaking point. Read the full speech.
The openness and transparency WikiLeaks has given us is invaluable—which is why I’m donating $20,000 to get its founder out of jail.
After propping up Big Tobacco and trying to debunk climate change, the same lobbying firm that attacked Michael Moore’s 2007 healthcare documentary Sicko is now out to rehabilitate Wall Street. Why we can’t afford their dirty tactics any longer.
Like Lauren Valle, the young woman stomped on by Tea Partiers, Barack Obama and everyone the fired-up Republicans don’t like are going to get the boot come Election Day, says Michael Moore.
In an open letter to the ex-NPR commentator, Michael Moore argues that Williams may have spoken clumsily, but one aspect of his message was spot-on: Political correctness about terrorists must end.
Sure, they brought this on themselves, but they’re still worth saving. Michael Moore on five ways Democrats can pull off an upset in November—starting with criminal charges for Wall Street.
Bush & Co. may be to blame for the invasion of Iraq, but the U.S. media elite and our leading newspaper, The New York Times, gave them the cover they needed.
When Michael Moore heard that White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel had some choices words for the auto workers’ union during Detroit’s bailout crisis, he penned a scathing response.
The auto giant is installing a new CEO after posting a $1.3 billion quarterly profit. But Michael Moore says most American CEOs don’t want to improve the economy—and hiring isn’t around the corner.