Bill Cosby's Moralizing Comes Back To Haunt Him

Bill Cosby's forthright views on black parenting came back to haunt him this week. A U.S. judge called Cosby a "public moralist" who had lost the right of personal privacy in a 2005 civil sexual assault case. The career of the once beloved comedian from TV's "The Cosby Show" is in tatters now, after more than 40 women came forward in the past year to accuse him of drugging and sexually assaulting them in incidents dating back decades.