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Satire cannot have any consequences," argued Martin Sonneborn in his masters thesis in 1994...Die Partei ("The Party"), the elaborate joke of a party he heads, won 0.62% of the German vote in the elections for the European Parliament in May. That was
Everyone in Warsaw stops and stands still on Aug. 1 to remember the Warsaw Uprising...Stephen Colbert weighs in on the Orlando Bloom-Justin Bieber fight in Ibiza, Spain...Speaking of Stephen, he also shared some heartwarming advice to young women in
House of Representatives say they want to sue President Barack Obama...Without taking sides, I want to say I find this Beltway brawl's latest round to be inspiring. It serves as a reminder that when something doesn't suit you, sue somebody...If the
The Second One broke a Syfy record with 3.9 million viewers and 581,000 related tweets and holy shit is this really where we are headed as a culture now? - You know why I'll miss Stephen Colbert when he leaves The Colbert Report for the Late Show ?
Stephen Colbert is known for his hilariously over-the-top conservative character on The Colbert Report , but the man behind the character just proved that he really knows how to offer advice to young women. The comedian took part in Rookie Mag's "Ask
The numbers "042983" are actually actress Megan Boone's birthday in real life...The Colbert Report" An astronaut convinced a younger Stephen Colbert to make the "T" silent in his last name. While flying to Northwestern University as an undergrad,
It would be a tough sell in any office: Hey boss, between that very important meeting and Monday's very important vote, would you mind getting roasted on a mock news show? But that's pretty much what happens when a press secretary on Capitol Hill has
Comedy Central's top late-night hosts took corporate "inversions" to task on Wednesday night, devoting entire segments of their shows to slam the controversial practice of firms relocating their headquarters overseas for lower tax rates. On the "
Battle of the Five Armies" Comic-Con panel opened, there may have been no bigger fan in attendance than TV host Stephen Colbert. Colbert whose "Lord of the Rings" fanhood landed him a cameo in "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" opened the panel
It's a safe space where like-minded folks can hear things they already agree with from someone whose opinions they already know." No, wait, "It's just as good as "House of Cards," with even more threatening monologues into the camera."