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Colbert: It’s ‘a crucial time in the fight for corporate civil rights’

Stephen Colbert decided Monday evening that it was finally time to reveal what his Super PAC stood for. On the latest episode of The Colbert Report, the Comedy Central host made his important announcement after a few months of analyzing fans’ feedback. Colbert was spurred on by a letter from two kids…

Whoops: Rush Limbaugh mocked for defending genocidal militia

Conservative opinion-maker Rush Limbaugh talks like he knows everything about everything, but this week he really stepped in it. Sensing a chance to attack President Barack Obama, the Republican talk show host defended the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) and claimed that Obama had deployed a small number of troops to…

Colbert on Cain’s fence ‘joke’: ‘He’s joking, unless you’re into it’

Steven Colbert thought Tuesday night was the time to protect Herman Cain amid attacks on the new top tier candidate’s emergence in the Republican presidential race. The Comedy Central personality then made sure to defend Cain from his electrifying fence comments, which he may or may not be serious about..…

Colbert tells local station not airing his ad, ‘You f–ked with the wrong man’

In Stephen Colbert’s world, NBA players aren’t the only things being locked out at the moment. The Colbert Report host revealed Monday evening that ABC Dallas affiliate WFAA have not aired the latest commercial from his Super PAC centered on defending the NBA owners. The ad emphasizes to the fans…

Colbert: Herman Cain chooses not be gay every day

Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert applauded Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain for making the difficult daily choice not to be gay. “To think that gay is a choice, I don’t know how to respond to that,” The View co-host Joy Behar told Cain Tuesday. “I mean, don’t think anybody in this…

Colbert: ESPN caved to Don’t-compare-Obama-to-Hitler-stapo

Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert worried Tuesday that he might not be “ready for some football” without Hank Williams Jr.’s Monday Night Football theme song. Williams’ song has kicked off the Monday night game since 1989, but ESPN pulled it from Monday night’s game after he likened President Barack Obama to…

Colbert defends Perry: ‘Until recently Camp David only admitted white presidents’

Rushing to the defense of Rick Perry, Stephen Colbert said Monday evening that the controversial hunting camp rock story was “much ado about nothing.” While letting a Herman Cain soundbite say the word “N—er head” instead of himself, the Comedy Central host mentioned how, “Many presidents have vacationed at questionably…

Watch Radiohead’s full performance on The Colbert Report

Monday night’s Colbert Report was extended to one full hour to feature special musical guests Radiohead, one of the most popular bands in the world. After a brief interview with the band, covering topics like why they’re opposed to corporate influence and their climate change activism, the band played several…

Colbert has trouble finding ‘hippie argle-bargle’ in ‘Occupy Wall St.’

In a segment Wednesday night, Comedy Central host Stephen Colbert tried to crack jokes about the “moon units” protesting Wall Street, but seemed to have a little trouble finding the “mindless hippie argle-bargle” he wanted. “Today I sent a camera crew to film the fabulous furry freak show and find…

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