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In this skit from Australian TV, we see that justice is indeed not blind.
The “Daily Show” host wonders how seven evildoers could wage what the attorney general termed a “full ground war against the United States.”
The “Colbert Report” host is very understanding when it comes to the minimum wage.
Check out the wickedly satirical video that’s leading the pack in this month’s Huffington Post “Contagious Festival.”
Former Bush Assistant Secretary of State for Intelligence and Research Carl Ford tells members of Congress not to “accept the crap we give you” regarding intelligence data. (via Huff Po)
Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) tells Chris Matthews that he’s calling on Atty. Gen. Gonzales to begin a criminal investigation into the newspaper for publishing details of President Bush’s financial information-mining program.
It was really painful to watch America’s first female Asian-American news anchor say goodbye in such a squirm-inducing fashion.
Bruce Springsteen defends his right to speak his mind about political issues, and derides as “insane” those who say that musicians should stick to bubble-gum fare.
Watch the PBS documentary on the vice president’s post-9/11 actions that has the progressive blogosphere buzzing.
Jon Stewart takes Anderson Cooper to task for being part of the CNN-MSNBC junta that seems to want nothing more than to ape Fox News’ graphics and “swoosh” sounds. (h/t: Huff Po)