Tim Slagle

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Tim Slagle is a comedian who has provided support to the making of "Michael Moore Hates America" film.

In 1989, Slagle first appeared nationally on the Showtime Comedy Club Network, and again in 1991 on the MTV Half Hour Comedy Hour.[1] MTV is wholly owned by the Viacom corporation.[2] In 2000 he also produced and starred in a brief run of a Minneapolis television show: The Mudslingers Ball, alongside Lewis Black, Will Durst, Jeffrey Jena, and host Mike Lukas. It aired on KSTP channel 5, an ABC affiliate. [3]

He makes the greatest share of income performing comedy in small town Biker Bars, Bowling Alleys, and Holiday Inn Lounges across America.[4] He drives to most of those performances.

He has also been part of David Horowitz Restoration Weekend.[5]

He is known as a global warming denier.[6][7]

Slagle performed at the 15th anniversary celebration of the Heartland Institute.[8]

SourceWatch resources


  1. "Tim Slagle", The Advocates.
  2. "Who Owns What Viacom", Columbia Journalism Review.
  3. "Voting's down, but political humor is up", CNN, August 9, 2000.
  4. "Tim Slagle Biography", TimSlagle.com.
  5. Lowell Ponte, "A Gathering of Eagles", Front Page Magazine, November 18, 2004.
  6. "Global Warming", Free Talk Live, September 23, 2006.
  7. "Every Breath You Take", RevolutionHeadquarters, February 2, 2007.
  8. "Williams, Have You Lost Your Marbles?", Heartland Institute, September 1, 1999

External links

  • Tim Slagle, "[1]", official site.
  • Michael Wilson, "A worthy cause", Moorewatch, February 19, 2004.