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Stewart: ‘I’m falling in love’ with Herman Cain

In search for a new Republican gaffe after Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s “Oops” moment, Jon Stewart was overjoyed to talk about Herman Cain’s struggle to answer questions on Libya. The Daily Show host felt Tuesday evening that Cain’s latest misstep help continued his addiction to “gaffe crack” and that he…

Colbert offers a Modest Proposal for solving income inequality

On Wednesday’s Colbert Report, host Stephen Colbert dedicated his nightly “The Word” segment to the question of income inequality. The segment, entitled “Bite the hand that feeds you”, suggests that the best answer ultimately may be for poor people to become rich people’s pets. Poor people would have lots of…

Jon Stewart: Romney is ‘everybody’s first choice for second place’

In these two clips from last night’s ‘Daily Show’, host Jon Stewart has a long look at the presumptive GOP front runner, Mitt Romney. Throughout these early months of the Republican primary, as Stewart points out, Romney has exhibited two steady traits; he’s constantly coming in second to other candidates…

Stewart: Cantor ‘sounds like a pussy’

Comedy Central’s Jon Stewart blasted House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) Monday for canceling his speech on income equality after learning that it was open to the public. “Pussy!” Stewart coughed. “Sorry. I meant to say, ‘You sound like a pussy.’” “Seriously, you’re going to give a speech income inequality,…

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…

Stewart asks Suskind: ‘Why do people talk to you?’

Fresh off his win at the Emmys, Jon Stewart hosted author Ron Suskind Tuesday evening to talk about the author’s controversial new book Confidence Men. During the interview, The Daily Show host bluntly asked Suskind: “Why do people talk to you?” After the audience finished laughing at Stewart’s question, Suskind…

Stewart asks Suskind: ‘Why do people talk to you?’

Fresh off his win at the Emmys, Jon Stewart hosted author Ron Suskind Tuesday evening to talk about the author’s controversial new book Confidence Men. During the interview, The Daily Show host bluntly asked Suskind: “Why do people talk to you?” After the audience finished laughing at Stewart’s question, Suskind…

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