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Alberto Gonzales’ Hearing Problems

Jon Stewart tackles “the K-2 of obfuscation”—Attorney General Alberto Gonzales’ latest sideshow before Congress.

Posted on Jul 26, 2007 WATCH & LISTEN


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Jon Stewart on the Incredible Shrinking Debate

“The Daily Show” host explains why the YouTube debate appeals to young people: “They’re the only ones who can see it!”

Posted on Jul 25, 2007 WATCH & LISTEN


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Olbermann on the Democratic Dust-Up

Why should the media worry about issues when there’s a new Clinton-Obama showdown to cover? Keith Olbermann plumbs the shallows of the latest non-controversy to emerge from the Democratic campaign.

Posted on Jul 25, 2007 WATCH & LISTEN


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The Full CNN/YouTube Debate

It was only a matter of time before the first ever CNN/YouTube debate found its way onto—where else?—YouTube. In case you missed it or just want to relive the Web-friendly fireworks, here it is for your embedded viewing pleasure.

Posted on Jul 24, 2007 WATCH & LISTEN


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Freedom vs. Fear: Truthdig Podcast With Robert Higgs

In case you missed it, this week’s original podcast features Robert Higgs, author of “Neither Liberty nor Safety.” He speaks with Truthdig’s James Harris and Joshua Scheer about how political opportunists and fear mongerers are gobbling up our individual liberties.

Posted on Jul 20, 2007 WATCH & LISTEN


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Michael Moore and Stephen Colbert, Strange Bedfellows

You knew it was only a matter of time before the Michael Moore “SiCKO” publicity train rumbled into Colbert Station.  In this clip, Stephen Colbert faces off with the dogged documentarian (via “satellite,” thanks to the faux host’s Blitzer-esque distancing technique) about the American healthcare system, only to discover that he and Moore share at least one thing:  a pronounced dislike of CNN.

Posted on Jul 20, 2007 WATCH & LISTEN


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Things to Do in Prison ... in the Philippines

Filipino prisoners feel the “funk of forty thousand years” and perform with eerie skillfulness the entire music video for Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.” In case you needed it, this is further proof that the world remains a very strange place. A must-see, especially on a Friday. (Via BoingBoing)

Posted on Jul 20, 2007 WATCH & LISTEN


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‘Daily Show’ Slams a Night of Bad ‘Burlesque’

“The Daily Show’s” Jon Stewart and John Oliver take down the most recent Democratic disappointment: the Senate’s all-night session. Oliver, political theater critic for the show, gives his most scathing review to date.

Posted on Jul 19, 2007 WATCH & LISTEN


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Stephen Colbert Savages David Vitter

After too long a hiatus, let us all take a long drink of the heady brew that is Stephen Colbert.  Of course, the ironies of Hookergate 2007 are too delicious to resist, resulting in a particularly entertaining “The Word” selection.

Posted on Jul 18, 2007 WATCH & LISTEN


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The ‘iRack’ Craze

Fox comedy show MadTV, in a skit built on the common American mispronunciation of a certain occupied country’s name,  effectively skewers the Bush administration’s faulty foreign policy—and especially its intransigence in the face of popular opposition to it—via this phony Steve Jobs presentation of the new “iRack.”

Posted on Jul 16, 2007 WATCH & LISTEN


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