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Colbert on Letterman: ‘I learned more from watching Dave’ than I did in college

Stephen Colbert made a brief reference Thursday night on his current program about his next job. The audience greeted Colbert, who was named earlier in the day as the next host of CBS’ “Late Show,” with thundering applause and chanted his name. “There was some big news last week that…

Colbert: LGBT ‘boy-on-boycott’ of Mozilla is gay totalitarianism at its worst

On Wednesday, Stephen Colbert addressed the forced resignation of Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich, blaming “left-wing loudmouths” for driving the embattled executive from his post. “I like Eich,” Colbert declared. “In fact, I’ve been called something of an Eichmann.” Mozilla employees and LGBT activists raised a clamor over Eich’s donation of…

Jon Stewart mocks Hannity’s obsession with the ‘tragic results’ of spring break twerking

Daily Show host Jon Stewart tore into the weeklong spring break “expose” hosted by Fox News’ Sean Hannity, pointing out that Hannity and his guests were more interested in bragging about their own college exploits than actually watching out for the students enjoying themselves today. “What kind of sh*tty parents…

Jon Stewart mocks childish fantasies of ‘Noah’ critics: Happily ever after? ‘Everybody drowns!’

Jon Stewart teased conservatives upset over the film adaptation of Noah, one of the Bible’s most famous stories. “Have you heard the good news? This week’s top action heroes at the box office are not only Captain America, but also Captain Sumeria,” Stewart said on Tuesday night’s “Daily Show.” He…

SNL does sci fi: Neil deGrasse Tyson explains climate change to ‘Fox & Friends’

Last night’s episode of Saturday Night Live featured a skit in which Neil deGrasse Tyson joined the cast of Fox & Friends to discuss climate change. The skit began with Steve Doocy, Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Brian Kilmeade discussing how Obama “did his best to make us all sign up for…

Bill Maher on Republicans: It’s a ‘sick position’ to actually be in love with your guns

In a Thursday night discussion with Fusion’s Jorge Ramos, “Real Time” host Bill Maher talked about the Second Amendment, gun ownership and his ambivalence about personally owning a firearm. When asked by Ramos if he owns a gun, Maher said, “Yes, but what I’m critical of is the fact that…

Jon Stewart calls ‘bullsh*t’ on court’s election rulings: ‘Justice is blind, but only in one eye’

Jon Stewart called “bullsh*t” on conservative arguments in favor of allowing more money into the democratic process. He opened Thursday night’s “Daily Show” with an analysis of the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent ruling in McCutcheon v. Federal Elections Commission, which struck down limits on donor contributions to all candidates while…

Stephen Colbert thanks Supreme Court for lifting limits on ‘how loud my cash can talk’

On last night’s Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert praised the Supreme Court’s decision in McCutcheon et al. v. Federal Election Commission, which ruled that while Congress “may regulate campaign contributions to protect against corruption or the appearance of corruption,” it may not “regulate contributions simply to reduce the amount of money…

Jon Stewart: GM knew faulty 57-cent auto part was killing people but said, ‘F*ck it’

Jon Stewart pilloried the special rights enjoyed by corporations on Wednesday night’s episode of “The Daily Show.” General Motors issued a recall of more than 1.3 million vehicles this week as its new CEO, Mary Barra, testified before Congress about an ignition switch problem that caused cars to suddenly turn…

Colbert: Death penalty secrecy merely a means to return ‘justice system to the Middle Ages’

Wednesday night’s episode of The Colbert Report featured a segment of “The Word” in which he discussed the real problem with execution-drug scarcity — that the public heard about it. Last night’s “word” was the phrase “silent, but deadly,” which Colbert said pertained to a new Tennessee law “that allows…

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