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Tweet Follow me Jon Stewart is a comedian, a political satirist. Last night, Stewart did his job, again. He made me laugh, by failing to call one of Major League Baseball’s all-time greatest players on his use of drugs. Drug use in baseball is considered a threat to the integrity of the game and threatens to keep out of the Hall of Fame, the...

Tweet Follow me The 2012 Emmy Awards is history, and the results are full of surprises, as well as many expected outcomes. Overall, Jimmy Kimmel was OK as host, but the bit about arresting his parents was not very funny at all. Homeland, Modern Family, and Game Change topped the list of winning series. But great programs like Mad Men failed to...

Tweet Follow me The top news: the political action committee called Americans for a Better Tomorrow and started by comedian Stephen Colbert, and regarded as a joke by some, has raised over $1 million according to a filing with the Federal Elections Commission. The FEC filing shows that the “Colbert Super Pac” has generated $1.02 million,...

Tweet Follow me Ron Paul has been endorsed by some celebrities – one of them being American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson. Fox News reported that when she announced she was endorsing Dr. Paul she lost some fans, but she also gained a lot of fans: “”I love Ron Paul,” Clarkson tweeted Wednesday night.. “I liked him a lot during the...

Tweet Follow me A week after last week’s mid-term elections and many people all over the country are still trying to take stock as to what went right, what went wrong and what it means for the future. If you’re on the left side of the political spectrum one of the over-riding concern was why the large base of young, Black and Brown folks...

Tweet Follow me MSNBC/AP The Associated Press has reported that prime-time host Keith Olbermann has been suspended by MSNBC because he contributed to three Democratic candidates’ campaigns during this election season. In general, it is always a very scary situation that brings up a lot of ethical questions when a journalist wants to...

Tweet Follow me Jon Stewart’s Rally to Restore Sanity with Stephen Colbert on October 30, 2010 drew in a bigger crowd than Glenn Beck’s Rally to Restore Honor. Stewart’s event drew in over 210,000 people, and Beck’s rally in August had less than 100,000 people in attendance. Entertainment Weekly reports that 250,000 attending...

Tweet Follow me The Rally To Restore Sanity And / Or Fear, Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert’s effort to restore a sane political discourse and drawing 1 million to The National Mall in Washington DC, featured CNN’s Anderson Cooper. Well, his tight t-shirt that is. Anderson Cooper’s tight t-shirt, seen at seemingly every disaster...

Tweet Follow me The Rally To Restore Sanity may be in Washington DC, but it has spawned events in other parts of America, like Seattle. According to The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, the Seattle version of The Rally To Restore Sanity has drawn “thousands” of people who could not make it to Washington DC today. The Rally To Restore Sanity:...

Tweet Follow me The Rally To Restore Sanity And / Or Fear, Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert’s answer to Glenn Beck’s insulting rally on the National Mall before MLK Day, has drawn 1 million people. (UPDATE – Seattle Rally To Restore Sanity draws 5,000.) This count comes from this blogger’s experience attending the Presidential...

Tweet Follow me President Barack Obama stopped by The Daily Show to have an interview with Jon Stewart. This is worthy of recognition, because it is not likely for a president to go on The Daily Show while in office. No other president while in office has been on the show. This was the first time that the entire show only had one guest, but Obama...

Tweet Follow me Brooke Baldwin Shows Legs On CNN News! The super hot and super good CNN News anchor who replaced Rick Sanchez,...

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