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Political Humorist Bill Maher: Four More Years

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Political Humorist Bill Maher: Four More Years

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Political Humorist Bill Maher: Four More Years

Political Humorist Bill Maher: Four More Years

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The weekly HBO program Real Time with Bill Maher begins its new season Feb. 18. Previously, Bill Maher created and hosted the late night political round-table show Politically Incorrect.

That show ended in the wake of complaints over Maher's depiction of the terrorist attackers of Sept. 11, 2001. More recently, Maher has set his sights on the priorities of President Bush, the foibles of the Democratic Party, and two long-argued causes: personal responsibility and the war on drugs.