Jon Stewart on Crossfire
This is the reason CNN's Crossfire is no longer on the air. Jon Stewart
shows up these two ignorant political show hosts... 2 against 1, on
their own show, and brings to light how these shows "Hurt America."
Thank you Jon for always pointing out political hypocrisy. I hope
continuing to broadcast this video of you helps your voice continue to
Colbert Roasts Bush - 2006 White House
In one of the ballsiest comic stunts ever pulled in Washington, comedian
Stephen Colbert delivered a blistering "tribute" to President Bush at
the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner. It was so edgy and
uncomfortable that it was almost too hard to watch, as a cold-faced and
stunned Bush sat just a few feet away with the look of
someone who had
just been ambushed.
Acting the part of the faux conservative
talk show host that he plays on Comedy Central's The Colbert Report,
Colbert spoke truthiness to power as he leveled an all-out assault on
Bush under the guise of mock praise. He lampooned Bush over everything
from his low approval ratings to his handling of Iraq to his vaunted
stubbornness -- and got in a few shots at the Washington press corps as
(Although video is still on YouTube, all embed codes have been disabled)
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart - Moral Kombat
The Supreme Court has good news for the
makers of graphically violent video
games and bad news for the makers of
Super Mario Boners:
The Philosophy of Liberty
When you hear Ron Paul say that he stands for the
Philosophy of Liberty, this is what he means.
philosophy of liberty is based on self-ownership. This simple but
elegant and hard-hitting animation will explain exactly what that means.
It's a great tool anyone can use to educate children and adults about
our right to life, liberty, and the property we create - and our
responsibility to think, speak and act:
From Monty Python and the Holy Grail:
Eddie Izzard on World War 2
Eddie Izzard talks about WWII in "dress to Kill"
(...do you have a flag?...):