In this unedited, extended interview, Andrew Napolitano supports unions and explains why selfishness is a virtue in a free market economy.
Bill O'Reilly talks about federal spending and calls for efficiency in all areas of government.
Airing President Obama’s countless statements that any compromise would include increased tax revenues, Jon Stewart joined the chorus of those criticizing the debt ceiling deal reached by the House on Monday.
While many enjoyed today's FEC visit by Comedy Central host Stephen Colbert, an unlikely subset of D.C. insiders were deeply worried about it's potential ramifications: campaign finance reformers.
The U.S. Federal Election Commission approved 5-1 Stephen Colbert’s political action committee or PAC, which will allow him to raise money from donors in advance of the 2012 presidential elections.
New York City recently banned smoking cigarettes in its parks. Samantha Bee, “Daily Show” correspondent, went to one of the parks and checked out just how family-friendly and enjoyable it was now that smoking is disallowed.
Chris Wallace says he just doesn't understand the difference between Fox News' activism and the type of material presented by Comedy Central's Jon Stewart.
It's baa-ack! Political campaigning as only "The Daily Show" can cover it. [h/t: The Agitator]
On last night’s “The Daily Show”, Jon Stewart employed a novel method of discussing the stories that have gone unnoticed in the news thanks to “Weinergate”.
Jon Stewart staged a mock press conference Tuesday to apologize for his lack of jokes covering Rep. Anthony Weiner’s (R-NY) admission that he engaged in online sexual relationships.
Given that and the subject matter, it should come to no surprise to anyone that Stewart used Tuesday night’s episode of The Daily Show to examine mainstream media’s coverage of the so-called Weiner “scandal.” Stewart’s facetious barbs were especially
Jon Stewart arrives in Washington DC and proceeds to ridicule the city and John McCain.
Former CNN host Rick Sanchez has reportedly apologized to comedian Jon Stewart for calling him a "bigot" during a radio program where he appeared to claim that Jews run much of the media.
Letterman jokes about cleaning out fired anchor's office
BP denies the existence of giant oil plumes, while Kevin Costner and Chuck Grassley come up with their own solutions.
Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert took on prominent anti-gay psychiatrist George Rekers Wednesday night, who was caught by a Miami newspaper taking a ten-day European sojourn with a male escort
Harassing Latinos with racial profiling isn't an inevitable side effect of Arizona's anti-immigration law -- it's the entire point. (05:28)
John McCain: “I never considered myself a maverick.” John McCain isn’t selling his soul for political gain — he’s driving down its price so he can make a fortune in default swaps on the backend. Jon Stewart does a nice job of exposing the ridiculous
Jon Stewart reports that Scott Brown's victory gave Fox News hosts a giddiness that allows them to even forget those parts of America they hate.
Stephen Colbert unveils the new issue of Sports Illustrated magazine with himself on the cover. Pretty amazing, right? I almost couldn't believe it myself, but it's true: SportsIllustrated.com has a print version. Who knew? Here's the clip....
Barack Obama accepts the Nobel Peace Prize while overseeing one war and escalating another.
I have to say, I have mixed feelings about the White House party crashers. On the one hand, they're symptomatic of an out-of-control fame-whore culture, a society that demands entitlement while pridefully creating nothing. They're shameless over-priv
The Daily Show remembers George W. Bush's second inauguration, Hurricane Katrina and the ivory-billed woodpecker.
Law & Order: KSM Samantha Bee fears the media won't be able to handle Khalid Shaikh Mohammed's trial if it's held in New York City.
Recap - Week of 10/26/09 Jon laments the Yankees-Phillies World Series, reviews George W. Bush's self-help seminar and compares himself to Yakov Smirnoff.
President Barack Obama's advisors say he can't end the military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy because he has so many other important issues on his plate. The Daily Show's Jon Stewart believes the president needs a bigger plate.
The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart took a caustic look on Wednesday at the endless Congressional merry-go-round of demands for apologies by members of the opposite party. When the House of Representatives passed a resolution of disapproval against Rep.
The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart reminded his audience — in case they’d somehow forgotten — of the Iraq War, with its “lack of a coherent postwar plan [or] a reason to have the war.” “But did you know that we also have this whole other war in Afghanis