American radio personality and comedian Adam Carolla raked modern progressives over the coals by saying they go so far beyond policing language, they police ideas. Carolla made a powerful observation on how American culture has changed during a June 20 interview on the podcast "The Truth with Lisa Boothe." Carolla recounted how back when he "started in radio in the mid-90s," language complaints about inappropriate words would come in from "the religious right" and "there was no such thing as the progressive left complaining."
FRANKLIN, Tenn. — Comedian, actor and podcaster Adam Carolla joins Franklin Road Apparel Showtime Motorsports team for a one-off drive at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca on April 23. Showtime Motorsports earned a TA Class win this season, when Paul Menard claimed a wire-to-wire win at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Now,...
Comedian Adam Carolla joined "Varney & Co." Monday to discuss spirituality in Hollywood after Will Smith’s incident at the Academy Awards shone a light on the hypocrisy that engulfs the business. "You see a lot of spirituality, but not a lot of religion," Carolla said about the industry he...
Comedian Adam Carolla said the United States' focus on race is "hurting the country" Thursday on "Tucker Carlson Tonight." "It used to be ‘bring us the best and the brightest’" said Carolla. "Now it's 'bring us the least-Whitest.'" "It's a constant obsession in 2022 of a problem that...
Listen to the full episode on Apple Podcast, Spotify or wherever else you get your podcasts, and subscribe!. Comedian Adam Carolla joined the Coptales & Cocktails podcast and explained how he would go about solving some of the crime issues in California, which in recent years saw an increase in homicides in aggravated assaults along with others states.
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Adam Carolla joins WGN Radio’s Dave Plier to talk about political correctness and comedy and his upcoming appearance at the Genesee Theatre on Thursday, March 10th. Geneseetheatre.com.
The main Pawn Stars actor Rick Harrison is a huge fan of cars. So, he traveled to an auto shop in Burbank, California to discuss them with Adam Carolla. While the actor continuously shares his adventures in Vegas, he also posts a lot about cars. Further, Harrison is very passionate about cars and even has a collection of them.
Big Jim Smith fills in for Chris Krok, and he invites Adam Carolla to join the program. Carolla is one of the few outspoken conservatives in Hollywood, and we get to hear his takes on the Olympics, the freedom convoy, the Super Bowl, and much more!
Stage listings for Feb. 11-18 – Rachel Feinstein, Adam Carolla, Phillip Kopczynski and Andy Woodhull
I Saw You! – Improv show. Friday and Feb. 18 7:30 p.m. Blue Door Theatre, 815 W. Garland Ave. $8. (509) 747-7045. Rachel Feinstein – Finalist on season 7 of “Last Comic Standing.” Friday and Saturday, 7:30 and 10:30 p.m. and Monday, 7:30 p.m. Spokane Comedy Club, 315 W. Sprague Ave. $20-$28. (509) 318-9998.
‘Misogynist’ Adam Carolla, 57, criticised for asking Sean Hannity, 60: ‘If AOC was fat and in her sixties, would anyone listen?’
Radio personality Adam Carolla is facing criticism for “sexist” comments he made on television regarding Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.Carolla, 57, was speaking with Sean Hannity, 60, on Fox News, when he asked: “Here’s a quick thought experiment: if AOC was fat and in her sixties, would anyone listen to another thing she ever said?”Hannity encouraged Carolla to elaborate, telling him: “Oh boy, you’re gonna step in that one. What exactly do you mean by that? Is it because she’s young, and? What?”“She’s young, she’s vibrant, she’s beautiful, and everyone is always putting a camera and a mic in her face,” Carolla...
A video clip of Adam Carolla making these comments on Sean Hannity's show has gone viral, with over 350,000 views.
Radio personality Adam Carolla is being slammed on social media after claiming that people only like rabble-rousing New York City Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez because she’s young and attractive. The 57-year-old “Adam Carolla Show” host dropped the bombshell during a recent appearance on “Hannity.”. “Here’s a quick...
Comedian and radio personality Adam Carolla attacked New York congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Thursday night on Fox News, claiming the media’s interest in her is based on her age and appearance.
Adam Carolla Tells Hannity That People Wouldn’t Care What ‘Beautiful’ AOC Thinks ‘If She Was Fat and Old’
Comedian Adam Carolla appeared on Hannity Thursday night and declared that people only care what Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) thinks because she’s “beautiful.”. During a discussion about Whoopi Goldberg’s recent controversial comments on the Holocaust, Carolla told Sean Hannity that AOC was being hypocritical when she told TMZ that people should “take the Jewish community’s lead” and forgive The View cohost. Goldberg was suspended from the show for two weeks.
Adam Carolla Obliterates ESPN for Being Totalitarian: ‘You Discipline Anyone Who Disagrees with Your Culture’
When SportsCenter anchor Sage Steele complied but complained about ESPN’s vaccine mandate, the Worldwide Leader responded by giving her some time off. Comedian and podcast host Adam Carolla defended Steele after Deadspin named her their No. 6 “idiot” of 2021. And during his appearance on Jay Cutler’s podcast this week, Carolla blasted ESPN’s response to Steele as “totalitarian.”
Bob Saget wasn't just "America's Dad," he filled that role in the stand-up comedy community too, always going above and beyond for fellow comics ... according to Adam Carolla. The comedian and radio personality joined us Monday on "TMZ Live" and talked about Bob's legacy ... the one that was going on behind the scenes at comedy clubs across the country. As Adam put it, "Comedy attracts a lot of broken toys, sometimes ... but it also attracts some really interesting, deep, loving people. And, Bob was just one of them.”