Jon Stewart this week had some fun at the expense of a Florida state representative's claim that he was not actually offering to give an undercover officer $20 in exchange for letting him perform oral sex on the officer, rather was afraid that he
Daily Show host Jon Stewart has a novel explanation for the fact that the military has lost nearly 200,000 firearms in Iraq. The military says the misplacement of 190,000 AK-47s and pistols was just a "clerical error." Stewart tries to c
Quick, you're running for President and need to show that you're still in touch with the real America. Where do you go for the photo-op? Well, it turns out that Clinton goes to Dairy Queen and Edwards goes to Wendy's. Is it just a sad sta
On Thursday's Daily Show, Jon Stewart suggested that Barack Obama's recent tough statement on taking direct action in Pakistan "was perhaps meant to counter a remark Obama made concerning talks that he would have with hostile foreign lea
"Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld were both on television last night, answering questions," said Jon Stewart on the Daily Show, comparing the rarity of the event to "a giant squid having sex with Bigfoot as the ghost of Jim Morrison cla
"The race for the White House has entered its final crucial 16 months," said Jon Stewart on Wednesday's Daily Show. "And if you're still somehow undecided, maybe you're not judging by the right criteria."
Stewart introduced a mountain-climbing metaphor to illuminate Gonzales's most recent appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee. "I've said before that Alberto Gonzales's logic is, well, mind-
Reeling from recent contradictory statements by Homeland Security Adviser Frances Townsend on the progress being made in Iraq, Jon Stewart turns to correspondent Aasif Mandvi for an insight into Bodhisattva Bush.
In a dig at the rhetoric employed by members of the Bush administration in describing the war in Iraq, the Daily Show on Monday examined the "Cirque du Soleil-like contortions" used to spin progress in the war.
[Will Mike get the Colbert Bump?] Gravel: Yes, but I’m here and I’m going to get the Colbert Bump… if you can get me to double-digits, I would consider you as vice presidential material.
On Monday's Daily Show, Jon Stewart played a year-old clip of Condi Rice saying, "What we're seeing here ... is the birth pangs of a new Middle East," before declaring, "Where is this [f@*king] baby already?"
In discussing the US Attorney firings, "Tony Snow, the White House lip-mover guy, was adamant months ago that the dismissal of these attorneys had nothing to do with politics." Stewart turned from Snow to an apparent misrepresentation by Mi
Colbert defends the MSM from Tommy Chong, and ruthlessly crushes Chong as only Colbert can;-D
Jon Stewart covered the latest developments in Iraq, beginning with the bombing of the Golden Mosque in Samarra. Stewart then played a clip of President Bush insisting, "America will hold the Iraqi government to the benchmarks it has announced,*
Stewart then turned to John Oliver for a comment on lightning striking while Rudy Giuliani was responding to a question about abortion. "It was not a coincidence, John," said Oliver somberly. "That was divine endorsement.
About time Jon.
In this Daily Show commentary on the sexualization of female news reporters, John Stewart begins by saying soberly, "How the news is presented, packaged if you will, is also an important part of the sales pitch. Yes, attractiveness matters.
Video about the precedent Jon Stewart set on his Crossfire appearance and how bringing Ron Paul on his show will allow him to live up to that standard. Request that Ron Paul be interviewed on the Daily Show.
In this video clip, Jon Stewart introduces the mainstream Democratic candidates, their "theme songs" and their "strategies." The 'Daily Show' host also features a "humble-off" between the candidates as they talk
On Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, the comic night show host previewed what we can expect in this evening's State of the Union Address. This is the only way to face the farce tonight.
Comedy Central's The Daily Show, host Jon Stewart said adiós to outgoing Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. In this video clip, Stewart notes that Rumsfeld only brought one journalist with him on his final trip to Iraq.
"Congratulations, protesters, you've managed to make Sean Hannity seem like the reasonable one. ... it's a group devoted to keeping immigrants out of this country and they're getting muscled out by an Ivy League, geek squad, pencil-n
The latest spending bill for Iraq includes $20 million for an Iraq and Afghanistan victory celebration. Jon Stewart at The Daily Show imagines what that "raging kegger" would be like.
The Daily Show provided full team coverage of the Foley scandal. Jon Stewart lampoons ABC reporter Brian Ross for his flat newsman-style reading of the explicit sexual messages. Samantha Bee on what it takes to be a Congressional page.
Stephen Colbert picked up on a lack of party support for the Republican Connecticut Senate Candidate, Alan Schlesinger. GOP leaders such as President Bush and RNC Chairmen, Ken Mehlman, have refused to express backing for Schlesinger who is current p
Host Jon Stewart speculates that if Lieberman fails to win as an Independent, the candidate may start his own Senate and appoint himself Majority Leader. Samantha Bee explains Lieberman's strategy as this: "If not nominated, I will run. If n
Political scientists found that young people who watch Stewart's faux news program, "The Daily Show," develop cynical views about politics and politicians that could lead them to just say no to voting.
According to a recent study researchers conclude that young Americans' political views are negatively impacted by watching the popular The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, which airs late night on Comedy Central as a 'fake-news program.'
Sharp-tongued comic Jon Stewart, who regularly skewers politicians and the media as anchor of the satirical television newscast "The Daily Show," was named on Thursday as host of this year's Academy Awards.
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