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But with more quality television on the air today than is humanly possible to watch, I don't see how that could possibly be true. The one big observation about the TV landscape this year that I'd like to make is that there finally seems to be a
Dec 18, 2013 Tuesday's Tip of the Hat, Wag of the Finger segment of The Colbert Report was an All-China edition, though somehow Kim Jong Un got in to the mix. From China's pernicious smog levels to its recent landing on the moon, the faux-
Stephen Colbert has been nominated for a Grammy for "Best Spoken Word Album" for "America Again: Re-becoming The Greatness We Never Weren't," and there's only one thing standing in his way: the four other nominees.
Still, Colbert can't resist having a little fun with his spoken-word interlude, which goes, "Darling, you are the cow of my every field...Hopefully the rest of Christmas carol week lives up to this performance.
Bill O'Reilly has Megyn Kelly's back on Santa, and also wants a piece of this year's biggest 'War on Christmas' headline. Although it doesn't matter that Santa was a white person, O'Reilly insists, "she's right, Santa was a white person." And it's a
For those who missed it, Fox News host Megyn Kelly hosted a segment on her show on Wednesday discussing a Slate article in which the author suggested that Santa Claus be depicted as a penguin -- a more inclusive figure than a pink-skinned white guy.
Truth and opinion have always been the essence of distinguished American journalism, and the best media outlets are known for accurately representing each. Obviously, in our enviable environment, where we have freedom of the press, there are also
Stephen Colbert opened Monday's "Colbert Report" with a harsh reality about college and jobs for today's teenagers. "I know you're all eager to move out of your parents' house, go to college, and then move back into your parents' house," Colbert
Dec 10, 2013 Fox News is teeming with Christmas spirit, preparing its audience for the giving season by making sure no one hands out anything to the poors plaguing this great nation. Colbert breaks down the O'Reilly Factor episode we posted last week
Monday night on "The Colbert Report," Stephen Colbert addressed a serious topic: global climate change, with a serious guest, Harvard environmental scientist David Keith . As the author of the book, "A Case for Climate Engineering," Keith suggested