Larry O'Connor is a radio talk show host on Washington DC's WMAL where he hosts the morning drive time program "Mornings on the Mall" along with Brian Wilson as well as the afternoon drive program "Washington's Drive at Five." He is a frequent guest host for nationally-syndicated hosts Dennis Miller and Hugh Hewitt as well as for Geraldo Rivera on WABC in New York. He has written for Andrew Breitbart's Big Hollywood, Big Government and Big Journalism and was tapped by the late Internet trailblazer to be Editor-in-Chief of Breitbart.tv in 2010. Prior to his career in the new media, O'Connor worked in the professional theatre business on Broadway and in Los Angeles.
The Hollywood Reporter has a fantastic look at the astounding success of the Clint Eastwood hit film, American Sniper. The analysis provides incredible insight into how this film shocked the industry to break box office records last week.
By now you've surely heard how the Oklahoma state legislature is proposing to ban hoodies. The story has been picked up by the media across the nation and has been characterized as an intolerant move to paint minorities as suspects and potential criminals.
A watched turkey never roasts. Or something. That's why this new feature on Spotify seems so cool.
The steaming music service wants to provide the soundtrack for your Thanksgiving kitchen so they've come up with an app that will play music while your turkey roasts and adjust the length of the playlist based on the size of your turkey.
Dr. Ben Carson thinks race relations were better in America before the election of President Barack Obama.
The retired African-American pediatric neurosurgeon who rose to national prominence after his harsh criticism of the Affordable Care Act at the National Prayer Breakfast in 2013 made the comments Tuesday on The Hugh Hewitt Show.
A cable news network defines itself by how well it covers a breaking news story. That's why it's instructive to evaluate CNN's performance during Tuesday morning’s developing story of the bloody terror attacks in Jerusalem.