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Colbert: Unionized cafeteria workers are killing America and must be stopped

Wednesday night on “The Colbert Report,” host Stephen Colbert dedicated this nightly “The Word” segment to the phrase “Free Lunch” and to discussing the corrosive influence of labor unions on the American way of life. Unions are killing America’s small towns, said Colbert, “Their demands for a livable wage and…

Jon Stewart offers Obama tips on monetizing the presidency

On Wednesday night’s edition of “The Daily Show,” host Jon Stewart discussed the difficulty President Barack Obama faces in raising money the old-fashioned way (i.e., local fundraisers and small donors) when faced with the brave new world of post-Citizens United dark money funding. Republican candidate Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA) has…

Colbert: Romney may tie his horse onto the roof of his car like his dog

Stephen Colbert analyzed a story going under the radar Tuesday evening, in which a horse co-owned by Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s wife Ann is could be going to the Olympics after placing third in the national trials. “Though one will imagine it will be a long drive to London…

Stewart calls out ‘Mr. Clean impersonator’ Rick Scott for voter purging

Jon Stewart delighted in poking fun at Florida Governor Rick Scott’s controversial voter purging campaign Tuesday evening, calling him a “Mr. Clean impersonator” and the former lead singer of the Australian rock group Midnight Oil. Scott’s voter purge was meant to take non-citizens off the voting roll, but revealed that…

Colbert: ‘What in the world does a nun know about sex?’

Stephen Colbert took some time Tuesday evening to discuss the growing rift between the Vatican and American Catholic nuns, including a new book by a nun named Sister Margaret Farley that discusses sex. “What in the world does a nun know about sex?” Colbert asked. “That would be like an…

Stewart marks birth of political gaffes with the ‘Circle of Life’

The Daily Show‘s John Stewart focused Monday evening on the media’s obsession with presidential campaign gaffes Monday evening, especially analyzing the aftermath of the latest notable “gaffe” in President Barack Obama’s “private sector is fine” quote. Stewart decided to play the famous song “Circle of Life” from The Lion King movie to…

Colbert: ‘We are all Hamlet the Pig’

Thursday night on “The Colbert Report,” host Stephen Colbert discussed the polarization of our society and suggested something that we may all be able to put aside our differences and come together over, a tiny teacup piglet named Hamlet. According to a recent Pew Research poll, during the Bush and…

Stewart: New York ‘criminalizing soft drinks and decriminalizing soft drugs’

On Thursday night’s edition of “The Daily Show,” host Jon Stewart followed up on an earlier discussion of Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s initiative to ban sugary soft drinks in servings of more than 16 ounces. Wednesday, New York’s Governor Andrew Cuomo (D) announced legislation that would decriminalize the possession of small…

Colbert celebrates Walker victory and the end of America’s unions

On Wednesday night’s edition of “The Colbert Report,” host Stephen Colbert discussed the election results in Wisconsin’s recall election. Gov. Scott Walker (R) won the vote and was able to keep his seat, beating that other guy whose name Colbert can’t remember by a whopping seven points, prompting Colbert to…

Stewart: ‘Cat copter’ should replace EPA spy drones in Midwest

Wednesday night on “The Daily Show,” host Jon Stewart roundly mocked Fox News’s sudden squeamishness about spy drones flying over the Midwest. The government says that the drones have been used for years to determine whether or not farmers are following the law with regards to disposal of livestock waste…

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