Jimmy Kimmel

Jimmy Kimmel’s Predictable Gun-Control Rant

Ben Shapiro, National Review

This is the typical debate: not between people who marshal evidence to their positions to determine the most effective policies, but between those who demand such evidence and those who scream to “do something” and suggest that those who refuse their policy suggestions “don’t care,” as Kimmel put it. This isn’t just nonsense, it’s nasty nonsense.

Hollywood, a Town of Jesters Who Act like Kings

George Neumayr, The American Spectator

If anyone pushed low-brow entertainment into politics, it is the Democrats, who sit at the feet of fatuous late-night comics (from Bill Maher to Stephen Colbert) and sometimes turn them into senators (Al Franken). The Democrats pop up on shows with such luminaries as Joy Behar, who has all the moral authority and intellectual depth of a 19th-century bar maid, and act as if their elephantine huffs should dictate public policy. Only in this ethos could the headline “Senators Respond to Kimmel” be possible.

Shut up, Jimmy Kimmel, you elitist creep

Charles Hurt, Washington Times

After his slobbering wet kiss to federal bureaucracy, Mr. Kimmel then went squealing on about Obamacare and how insurance companies, the government and your neighbors should all be forced to pay for everybody else’s health care. (Easy thing to say for a gazillionaire from Hollywood.) I mean, really, Jimmy, does your newborn child not mean more to you than petty politics? How do you look at the miracle of your child and think — partisan politics!