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Astrophysicist deGrasse Tyson schools former GM exec Lutz on climate change

Popular astrophysicist and director of the Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History Neil deGrasse Tyson schooled former vice-chairman of General Motors Bob Lutz on the reality of climate change during Friday night's edition of Real Time with Bill Maher. …

Colbert: Teachers are ‘destroying America’

On Thursday night’s The Colbert Report, host Stephen Colbert presented a “very special episode” of his People Who are Destroying America series. The segment featured Florida teacher Dawn Quarles, who registered her students to vote and now faces voting fraud charges and fines as a result. Quarles claims she was…

Jon Stewart takes on the Blunt amendment

On his show Thursday night, Jon Stewart ridiculed the Blunt amendment, which would have allowed employers to refuse to pay for health insurance coverage of specific services if it would be contrary to their religious beliefs or moral convictions. “It’s called the Blunt amendment after how high you have to…

Olbermann: Did Limbaugh just call his own mother a prostitute?

Countdown host Keith Olbermann on Thursday said conservative radio show host Rush Limbaugh of probably inadvertently called his own mother a prostitute. “His attacks on Georgetown University law student Sandra Fluke have cross some kind of line, particularly when it comes to revealing his own sexual desires and preferences,” he…

Colbert begins the ‘Countdown to Loving Mitt’

It has been said that when it comes to candidates, Republicans “fall in line” while Democrats “fall in love,” meaning that, ostensibly, conservatives accept the realities of their candidates and their limitations and support them anyway, whereas Democrats expect their candidates to fulfill their deepest-help moral and political dreams and…

Jon Stewart lampoons ‘frothy a$$ juice’ Santorum’s sexual innuendos

On his show Wednesday night, The Daily Show host Jon Stewart reviewed the Republican primaries in Michigan and Arizona. Stewart first lampooned the various new networks, which were forced to kill time on air while they waited for the Michigan primary votes to be counted. “Eventually, the winner did emerge…

Norquist: I came up with anti-tax pledge when I was 12

Tuesday night on The Daily Show, Americans for Tax Reform president Grover Norquist said he came up with his influential anti-tax pledge when he was in the seventh grade. “My team is winning,” he told the Daily Show’s Samantha Bee. “Your team is winning?” she responded. “It’s like you came…

Late middle-aged male experts agree: They know everything

Funny or Die nails it again, this time mocking male “experts” speaking on women’s health. A parade of men, including Tim Meadows, Nick Offerman, Kurtwood Smith, and Judd Nelson, declare themselves to be “experts on women’s reproductive health.” “What qualifies me to be an expert on women’s reproductive health?” Ray…

Jon Stewart slams Fox News for basing talking points on RNC memo

The Daily Show host Jon Stewart on Tuesday night joked that Mitt Romney made his job “way too easy.” Romney has condemned his rival Rick Santorum for urging Democrats in Michigan to vote for him in the Republican primary, calling the move “dirty tactics” and “disgusting.” “What are the odds…

Colbert: Romney is ‘plastic and uncomfortable’ like empty seats

The top two GOP presidential candidates’ bizarre moves this past weekend caught the attention of Stephen Colbert Monday evening, when he mocked Romney’s “plastic and uncomfortable” personality in an near-empty stadium and Santorum’s anti-elitism that would lead to “fewer opportunities” for the next generation. The Comedy Central host began analyzing…

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