Former U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has called fashioning a democracy in Iraq ‘unrealistic’ for years, but apparently it’s news to Jon Stewart.
We deserve a higher level of Marco Rubio parody than what the media has given us. We deserve Rubio Vice.
During his show yesterday, Jon Stewart criticized the sexist tone of the media coverage on Bruce Jenner’s gender flip and his new name, Caitlyn.
As comedians face increasing pressure from social justice warriors for comedy that isn’t even that transgressive, the only place to go is underground.
At some point, Americans just decided they were going to be offended by everything. And that really offends me.
Jon Stewart is the perfect poster child for the unhealthy, smug age of outrage we live in. It’s rampant in the real news, just like the fake news.
Blaming Israel for creating tension in Europe is another way of blaming the victims and laying culpability where it doesn’t exist.
‘The Daily Show’ comedian Jon Stewart negatively affects public discourse.
Since 2000, election maps have shown “two Americas,” evenly divided between red and blue districts. This year’s midterms look a lot more like one America.
Jon Stewart still seethes with hatred for George W. Bush. Big deal. But why in the world does he praise far and away our worst ex-president, Jimmy Carter?
John Oliver’s easy-breezy ‘How Is This Still a Thing’ segments partake in a broader desire to erase our cultural memories.
Yesterday, the experts at Vox claimed that Gaza and the West Bank were connected by a bridge that Israel restricts traffic on. No, really. Stop laughing.
A new poll depicts a politically confused Millennial generation that favors whatever cocktail of big- and small-government that gets them the most stuff.
Mainstream reporters can’t be seen talking to the un-cool kids who don’t believe in global warming, or John Oliver will make fun of them.
The truly remarkable story behind Duck Dynasty is about a family of backwoods duck hunters who capitalized on liberal stereotypes about rural America by playing A&E like a fiddle.
Like the rollout itself, most of Kathleen Sebelius’ comments in the law’s defense ended up falling flat.
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