Friday Fox Follies was sure this week’s column would be a slam dunk after Michelle Obama’s forceful speech on race at Tuskegee University, aka Speechifying While Black™. But then her husband had to open his big mouth: Obama Swipes at Fox: Pushing Narrative That Poor People Are ‘Leeches’. No biggie. Add a few words here and there and — voila! — an All Obama!!! All The Time!!! column. However, that plan was dashed as Conservatives Quickly Try to Turn Stephanopoulos into the ‘Next Brian Williams.’
Stephen Colbert announced that he plans to fulfill every existing grant request made by SC public school teachers on DonorsChoose.org.
Hannity guest Gavin McInnes claims Jon Stewart has “blood on his hands” for mocking FOX’s spring break coverage.
Trevor Noah, a 31-year old South African comedian, will replace Jon Stewart as the host for The Daily Show.
Last week Tucker Carlson proved he isn’t a real journalist (which may be why he’s on Fox). This week he proved he’s running a frat house, a topic in the news lately for systemic sexism, not to mention racism.
During Thursday night’s broadcast of The Daily Show, host Jon Stewart actually dropped a microphone after unleashing a rant towards Fox News for hypocritically demanding protesters and media apologize for ‘Hands Up, Don’t Shoot’ while simultaneously ignoring House Republicans report on Benghazi.
There’s nothing Friday Fox Follies likes least than to repeat a topic from last week because new jokes are hard to find. No matter. When Bill O’Reilly Goes Ballistic On Eric Engberg, David Corn, Calls Bob Schieffer A ‘Plagiarist’ this reporter must follow the truth, no matter where it goes.
During Wednesday night’s broadcast of The Daily Show, host Jon Stewart lit into longtime nemesis Fox News for waging a “chronically angry war for ideological purity.”
During Monday night’s broadcast of The O’Reilly Factor, host Bill O’Reilly got bent out of shape over the amount of praise Jon Stewart has received from national media figures since The Daily Show host announced he is departing at the end of the year.
The big news this week was about fake newsmen Brian Williams and Jon Stewart and — wouldn’t you know it — Fox “News” had fingerprints at both scenes of the crime.
CNN boss Jeff Zucker said that he is interested in having a conversation with Jon Stewart about joining CNN after he leaves The Daily Show. The idea of a Jon Stewart to CNN move should terrify Fox News.
Prior to making the announcement on his upcoming departure, it was business as usual, as Jon Stewart once again aimed his sharp wit at his favorite target — Fox News.
During Monday night’s broadcast of The Daily Show, host Jon Stewart addressed the recent revelation that NBC News anchor Brian Williams had made false claims about taking rocket fire during a helicopter ride in Iraq in 2003.
During Monday night’s episode of The Daily Show, host Jon Stewart skewered former GOP Vice-Presidential nominee Sarah Palin’s incoherent speech at the Iowa Freedom Summit.
Now we now know for certain what station Bobby “The Party of Stupid” Jindal watches. Jindal’s repeating of Fox’s debunked “no-go zones” myth is a perfect example of how crap spewed on Fox is repeated at dinner tables across this entirely too-credulous country.
During Wednesday night’s broadcast of The Daily Show, host Jon Stewart took aim at the multiple Republican responses to this year’s State of the Union address.
During Monday night’s broadcast of The Daily Show, host Jon Stewart tore into former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee over his criticism of singer Beyonce.
At the beginning of his show Wednesday night, The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart paid tribute to the staff of French newspaper Charlie Hebdo after a terrorist attack on the paper’s office claimed the lives of 12 people.
Since hitting the cable dial in 1996, Fox “News” Channel values have been on full display: Anti-truth chief among them. Even when caught in flat-out lies, Fox “News” rarely issues apologies.
Monday’s episode of The Daily Show was its first since the announcement of Darren Wilson’s non-indictment. Instead of focusing on the decision itself, Stewart spent the majority of the first segment skewering Fox News over its coverage of Ferguson.