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Colbert: Obama is still planning to not take away our guns

Stephen Colbert displayed urgency in discussing the ongoing conspiracy of President Barack Obama taking away people’s guns Tuesday evening, calling it “the end of the Republic.” Colbert mentioned a Fox News segment where anchor Megyn Kelly suggested an Obama re-election has led to an increase in gun sales. “The fear…

Colbert: Romney’s hair snaps on like a ‘Lego man’

On his return from his week-long break, Stephen Colbert couldn’t wait to address Mitt Romney being compared to an Etch A Sketch Monday evening, agreeing that both are “square and colorless.” “Now see, people think that’s a metaphor for Romney being inconsistent but the Etch A Sketch is very consistent,”…

Colbert asks where Romney’s dog would go if his car had a windmill

Bored with President Barack Obama’s energy policy, Stephen Colbert spent Monday evening championing the GOP presidential candidates for being “plain spoken” folks when it comes to science. The Comedy Central personality had an animated one-sided discussion about Rick Santorum’s latest dismissal of climate change with his house plant Robert, who…

Colbert: Jeff Foxworthy is no longer a ‘redneck’ for endorsing Romney

Stephen Colbert previewed the upcoming Mississippi and Alabama contests in the GOP presidential race Monday evening with a faux Southern accent imitating Mitt Romney’s new country slang. The Comedy Central personality was particularly enthused with comedian Jeff Foxworthy endorsing the former Massachusetts governor and joining him for a campaign stop.…

Colbert tries to stop the Romney countdown clock

Wednesday night on The Colbert Report, host Stephen Colbert discussed the results of the Super Tuesday elections in the fight for the GOP nomination. The answer, of course, is that there is no answer and that the primary battle will drag on into the spring. On Tuesday, Newt Gingrich carried…

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…

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…

WATCH: Colbert sings Verdi with tenor Placido Domingo

On Thursday night’s edition of The Colbert Report host Stephen Colbert performed a feat we are not likely to see repeated by any other TV host, network or cable, serious or satirical. At the end of a segment featuring Spanish tenor Placido Domingo, Colbert and the singer performed a famous…

Colbert returns with sentimental shout-out to mom

As promised, Stephen Colbert returned to the airwaves Monday night. Colbert began the edition of The Colbert Report by poking fun at last week’s media frenzy regarding his sudden leave-of-absence to attend to a family emergency. “Hi. How ya been? Before we start the broadcast tonight, I just want to…

Stephen Colbert to return after leave of absence

Comedy Central host Stephen Colbert will return to the airwaves Monday evening after a studden leave of absence last week, according to The New York Times. A spokesperson for the network said that Colbert will resume production of new episodes, with novelist Ann Patchett scheduled as a guest for Monday’s…

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