Bill Maher and Tony Snow at the Gibson Amphitheatre
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The last date listed for Bill Maher and Tony Snow was Monday April 28, 2008 / 7:30pm.
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Whether or not you agree with the politics, Bill Mahr came across as a vicious, self aggrandized personality, who only knows how to make ugly personal attacks, while avoiding any intellectual discussion of issues.
Tony Snow, on the other hand,...continued
William Maher, Jr. (born January 20, 1956) is an American comedian, actor, writer, and producer. He hosted the late-night television talk show Politically Incorrect on Comedy Central and ABC, and is currently the host of Real Time with Bill Maher on HBO.
Maher is known for his political satire and sociopolitical commentary. His commentaries target a wide swath of topics, from the right-wing to the left-wing, bureaucracies of many kinds, religion, political correctness, Hollywood, the mass media, and persons in positions of high political and social power, among many others. He supports the legalization of cannabis and gay marriage and serves on the board of PETA. Maher is number 38 on Comedy Central’s 100 greatest stand-ups of all time.
Robert Anthony “Tony” Snow (born June 1, 1955) was the third White House Press Secretary for President George W. Bush, succeeding Scott McClellan and Ari Fleischer in that role. Snow also worked for President George H. W. Bush as chief speechwriter and Deputy Assistant of Media Affairs.
Between his two White House stints, Snow was a broadcaster and newspaper columnist. After years of regular guest-hosting for The Rush Limbaugh Show and providing news commentary for National Public Radio, he launched his own talk radio program, The Tony Snow Show, which went on to become nationally syndicated. He was also a regular personality on Fox News Channel since 1996, hosting Fox News Sunday, Weekend Live, and often substituting as host of The O’Reilly Factor.