Tuesday October 21, 2008 - Christopher Buckley
Jon Stewart offered some clues on Monday's Daily Show for how to tell whether you belong to the "real America" where McCain supporters are in the majority and the fake America that lies everywhere else.
Tuesday October 14, 2008 - Ari Fleischer
October 13th - The Great Depression
Jon Stewart finds an eerie similarity between President Bush's big bailout speech and his Iraq invasion speech five years ago. "Those who do not study the past get an exciting opportunity to repeat it."
Leave it to Jon to ask what no one else will.
Sarah Palin doesn't need to know what the Bush Doctrine is -- she is the Bush Doctrine.
Ron getting more of that Colbert bump!
Daily Show host Jon Stewart on there was only one speech left for him to bemoan.
"The administration's own Department of Energy says the effects of drilling now wouldn't even be felt until 2030," Stewart objected. "Unless we could somehow whittle that figure down?"
Within moments, the whole cast of reporters were declaring a phallic affection of the presumptive Democratic nominee, at Rob Riggle's declaration that, "Barack Obama ... Kinda gives me a boner."
Last week, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence released the long-delayed Phase II of its report on prewar intelligence, detailing "administration prewar statements that, on numerous occasions, misrepresented the intelligence and the thre
Indecision 5768: Obama, Clinton and McCain all address AIPAC -- the leading pro-Israel lobbying group -- and Jon scores them on the kosh-o-meter.
In the wake of Tuesday's concluding primaries, the Daily Show's Jon Stewart focused on the three remaining candidates' speeches.
Jon Stewart does what he does best and demolishes ABC debate moderators Charlie Gibson and George Stephanopoulos for the pathetic questions they asked.
Jon Stewart enjoys another media FEEDING FRENZY. The following video is from Comedy Central’s The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, broadcast on March 11, 2008
Jon Stewart reported on the final Republican debate preceding the South Carolina primary, beginning with the candidates' "good old-fashioned Reagan-off."
Jon Stewart's show asks the question no mainstream media reporter is ready to enquirer about . . . again.
The Daily Show turned its attention to General Ricardo Sanchez, who commanded coalition forces in Iraq after the invasion but is now speaking out against Washington's policies.
Jon Stewart presents a brief historical film on the roots of America’s favorite private mercenary force. [Crooks & Liars]
"When I think of the Attorney General, three words come to mind" -- immediately followed by one of Gonzales telling Congress, "I don't recall."
Jon recaps the “hard-hitting” questions General Petraeus had to endure during Tuesday’s Senate testimony, and highlights the furthest-right Senator on the Foreign Relations Committee. Hint: He’s from Connecticut and his name is not Chris Dodd.
President Bush responding to criticism: "I've been around long enough to be able to understand how it works. Nobody likes to be called names. We've got a bigger enemy than name-callers. That's al-Qaeda. Or people losing jobs."