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Jon Stewart: GOP playing ‘a**holes’ poker’ with Cordray appointment

On last night’s The Daily Show, Jon Stewart highlighted the media’s reaction to President Barack Obama’s decision to appoint former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Obama appointed Cordray via recess ppointment, the same parliamentary procedure that George Bush used to appoint John Bolton…

Jon Stewart: Santorum is the guy Romney is pretending to be

Last night’s last night’s The Daily Show featured a two-part recap of the results of the Iowa caucuses. It explored the anachronistic thrill of watching people stuff handwritten ballots into boxes, weighed the value of winning the presidency versus the pleasure of little dogs in sunglasses, and then arrived at…

Daily Show presents ‘Lowe’s Balls of the Week’

On Wednesday’s Daily Show, Jon Stewart debuted a new segment entitled “Lowe’s: Balls of the Week”, in which he catalogs some of the most outrageous, guffaw-inducing statements recently made by public figures. Watch in the clip embedded via Comedy Central, in which Herman Cain makes Barbara Walters’ ears bleed, Mitt…

Stewart: Indefinite detention bill ‘one-way ticket to Gitmo’

Last night’s The Daily Show featured a two-part examination of the new bill passed by the Senate that allows the government to detain American citizens without a trial for indefinite amounts of time. Watch segment one, embedded via Comedy Central, below: The Daily Show with Jon StewartGet More: Daily Show…

Michele Bachmann is working for “The Daily Show”

It's the only explanation. Because I refuse to believe someone could be this impervious to the joke implications of this. But in case she really doesn't get it, I made a list. Top Five Things To Avoid Saying if You're a Famous Homophobes Whose Husband Has Been Accused of Being…

Hey, why aren’t there any broads in this joint?

I’d like to compare and contrast two approaches to the perennial problem of under-representation of women and the undervaluing of women’s voices, even and especially by well-meaning people. Goofus reacts, when accused of not having enough female talent in the writer’s room and on-air, by beefing up your numbers of…

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