Jamie Kilstein’s “Libel, Slander & Sedition”
Jamie Kilstein is not for everybody. His often times politically fueled rants will most likely infuriate you if you’re a conservative Christian. That said, his target audience isn’t conservative Christians, and  hence he probably isn̵... [Read More]
Worst school ever suspends teacher for showing Daily Show segments in class
These days, tons of young people learn about the news from The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. And that’s a good thing – you won’t find too many media sources on television that are as incisive or intelligent as Stewart and his crew of writers. So it’s ... [Read More]
Who’s crazier– Mike Tyson as Herman Cain or Herman Cain as Herman Cain? (Video)
The 2012 Presidential Election is undoubtedly going to be the inspiration for plenty of great comedy. How can we tell? Funny or Die has made their own Politics page to “cover” the race for office and killed it right from the start by enli... [Read More]
Comedian Drew Hastings runs for mayor of Ohio town: “America is going to hell,” he says
With the 2012 presidential election only a year away – I know, it’s terrifying – there are a lot of stories floating around in the ether about candidates, campaigns, and Herman Cain. As should be the case. One of the more interestin... [Read More]
Tim Heidecker will release a Herman Cain-themed music album
Just when I thought I couldn’t fall in love with Tim Heidecker any more, he slaps me in the face with his genius and I bow at his feet. Over the last week or so, Heidecker has been posting Herman Cain-themed songs on his Tumblr account. “Cain Train” ... [Read More]
Video: President Obama to Jay Leno: We gave Gaddafi ample opportunity
President Barack Obama vists the Tonight Show with Jay Leno tonight on NBC. The face-to-face chat has been filmed and is ready to air. Among the many topics discussed, of course, was the recent assassination of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi. In thi... [Read More]
No joke: Jason Alexander summoned to Jerusalem for peace advice
When an international conflict – like, say, the Israel-Palestinian conflict – is extremely politically and religiously charged, what’s a leader to do? How does a leader even begin going about trying to solve a conflict like that? Here’s the answer. T... [Read More]
Stephen Colbert's "Corporations Are People" Focus Group Is Colbert at His Absolute Best
On last night's Colbert Report, Stephen sat down with Republican strategist Frank Luntz, who creates focus groups that test specific language to change people's opinions on topics (he's the one who turned "global warming" into "climate change" to make it sound less scary). He wanted Luntz to work h... [Read More]
Watch three comedians Occupy Wall Street in their own ways
It’s the onus of comedy at large to question. Right? Naturally, the Occupy Wall Street protests have coincided quite well with that notion questioning the unregulated corporate culture in America. Comedian Lee Camp recently gave a spirited perf... [Read More]
Brazil's stand-up comics lead social revolution against powerful elites
New breed of comedians enjoy wave of popularity for pushing boundaries and challenging nation's reputation for deference [Read More]