CIA analyst Michael Scheuer nonchalantly proposes the needless slaughter of Americans to further his national security plan on "Glenn Beck."
Since burkas are only intended to keep men from the temptation of women's bodies, Kristen Schaal wonders why women don't dress as scarecrows to keep birds out of their mouths.
Instead of relying heavily on regulators, Justin Fox suggests simple, dumb rules to watch over the financial markets.
Barack Obama is an accomplished chef of Pakistani cuisine and reads the great Urdu poets. Now, he needs to fix the economy.
Robert Kenner warns that inexpensive food will cost Americans more money in health care.
Barney Frank believes the stimulus package is $40 billion less than it should be.
Barney Frank doesn't want home ownership for low-income people -- he wants affordability.
Twelve hours into Jon's vacation, Governor Sarah Palin resigns because she knows better than to go with the flow like a dead fish.
Sarah Palin resigns as Alaska's governor and hands over the reins of motherhood to some other lady.
Sonia Sotomayor's Supreme Court confirmation hearings are no snoozefest, as Republicans call her "racist" and Chuck Schumer cries.
Obama won't rest until he delivers improved, affordable health care to all Americans, but Republicans warn that it will be the worst thing ever.
Sam Bee and John Oliver argue over whose country has the worst universal health care system, while Wyatt Cenac is thankful to be an uninsured American.
Kathleen Sebelius works to change the rules of America's health care system by introducing competition and choice with a public option.
Kathleen Sebelius believes the American government has to start investing in prevention and wellness instead of addressing sickness.
Goldman Sachs remains the eye of the U.S. economic pyramid, thanks to the government-funded scaffolding.
Sonia Sotomayor's confirmation hearings continue as Patrick Leahy takes pictures in the corner and Lindsey Graham becomes her chief tormenter.
Wyatt Cenac exposes Sonia Sotomayor's gang ties and racist affiliations by talking to her former classmates.
Robert Glennon believes Americans need a moral compass and a political will to prevent the water crisis from becoming a catastrophe.
It took America 10 years, astronauts' lives and millions of dollars to hit a golf ball on the moon.
If Republicans can't give Lewis Black any evidence against Obama's health care reform, then at least do the honorable thing and confuse him.
Jon can't stay awake long enough to describe the new cap-and-trade energy bill regulating greenhouse gas output.
Cap'n Trade starts off as a super-strong energy bill until he gets stripped of his powers and becomes a horribly compromised law.
Steven Chu believes the cap-and-trade bill is a great opportunity for America to lead a new industrial revolution.
Barack Obama is not only the United States' first black president -- he's also the first not-American president.
President Obama holds a press conference to clarify his health care plan, but his response to the Henry Louis Gates Jr. arrest gets all of the attention.
The Senate votes to stop production of useless F-22s and rejects a bill to allow the transporting of concealed guns across state lines.
Sally Jenkins discusses a Mississippi county that seceded from the South during the Civil War and the man who led the insurrection.
In her final speech as governor, Sarah Palin criticizes the media, denounces Hollywood and makes veiled Ashley Judd references.
Jason Jones delivers a strong message to the media at Sarah Palin's resignation picnic.
Bobby Jindal slams Obama's recovery package, but then hands out a stimulus money novelty check to his constituents.
Bill Kristol bets that Sarah Palin will come on the Daily Show and admits the government can provide first-class health care.
Six months after electing President Obama, the scab of America's healing racial wound is picked open with Henry Louis-Gate.
As a distinguished black studies professor, Henry Louis Gates Jr. is ecstatic to finally feel oppressed.
Sean Hannity scares and confuses with grainy footage, Lou Dobbs demands a birth certificate, and Glenn Beck calls Obama a racist.
If Timothy Geithner is as bad at handling the economy as he is at picking bathroom tiles, he won't need to sell his house.
John Bolton believes that a military strike against Iran would buy time and lead to a possible regime change.
Republican scare tactics filter into the real debate on health care reform, taking their toll on President Obama's sales pitch.
Every American becomes a congressman and sick people move to a leper resort -- all paid for by your kidneys.