A handy timeline of Card’s offensive opinions, from the publication of his book in 1985 to this week’s release of the movie adaptation.
It was a camera trick.
"The trusted news outlet has never been more popular, more admired, or more respected among Americans."
Malta is mad at the upcoming fantasy series 'Game of Thrones.'
"Unfortunately the larger problem here is that the word 'tra**y' has become an easy punch line in popular culture."
"And what do [I] have against electric cars anyway? Nothing!"
He seems to imply that complaints about his use of a gay joke in a movie trailer are dividers, not uniters.
" ... soft gay, unmanly gay, quiet and small gay ... "
There was one punchline that was hard to miss.
C is for Controversy.
"Were Vanessa Williams, Halle Berry and Thandie Newton unavailable for auditions that day?" columnist writes.
It's officially a trend!
"On YouTube the rules prohibit content like pornography or gratuitous violence."
Guess who inspired the Insane Clown Posse!
The cover drew much criticism for featuring nine white actresses.
Juicy spoilers abound!
Vulture breaks down the odds.
The acronym that Tracy Jordan flashes on a necklace happens to be a Filipino slur used to describe black people.
Em's new song contains Mr. Lambert's name in close proximity to what sounds like the 'F' word.
Of two whole people.
Are those abs real or are they Memorex?
So what the hell happened?
Brand has resigned from BBC Radio after being suspended for a series of controversial prank calls he made on air to actor Andrew Sachs.
The British government is drafting motions and everything!