The Irony Collection
Voters have test driven everybody from Bachmann to Perry in increased desperation, but with the Iowa caucus in sight, it appears that their ride may have arrived.
GOP leaders share some compelling reasons for Republican voters not to choose Newt Gingrich as their political party's standard-bearer.
Wyatt Cenac discovers that there is no euphemism for masturbation that accurately describes what Congress is doing to the post office.
Herman Cain causes Barbara Walters to do the reporter's equivalent of a spit-take, and Mitt Romney questions Newt Gingrich's conservative credentials.
Fox News identifies "The Muppets" movie as communist propaganda, and John Hodgman analyzes Hollywood's depiction of the rich and powerful as greedy, bloated space turds.
In this unedited, extended interview, outgoing White House director of the Domestic Policy Council Melody Barnes reviews her work in education reform. - Melody Barnes considers the effects of the Obama administration's payroll tax cut and examines the problem with the Bush tax cuts, in this unedited, extended interview.
The Florida Family Association believes that "All-American Muslim" is educationally harmful to America's belief structure.
Aasif Mandvi explains why, without Lowe's, the jihadist goal is unachievable.
Larry Wilmore analyzes Newt Gingrich's janitorial solution to America's poverty problem.
In this unedited, extended interview, Lawrence Lessig explores the corrupting influence of campaign funding on Congress. - Lawrence Lessig explains why political transparency, while necessary, is not enough to fix America's government, in this unedited, extended interview.
At the ABC News GOP debate, Mitt Romney takes a swing at Newt Gingrich's one awesome idea and misses, and Gingrich hits him back hard.
John Oliver reports on how Mitt Romney's $10,000 debate bet feeds into his out-of-touch multi-millionaire narrative.
After receiving PolitiFact's lowest grade for his report on the founding fathers' attitudes toward Christmas, Jon goes straight to the source.
Bill O'Reilly responds to Jon's declaration of war on Christmas.
At the Republican Jewish Coalition forum, Jews commemorate the miracle of incredibly religious Christian presidential candidates fighting over who loves Jews more.
Aasif Mandvi interviews a family that learned an expensive lesson about bringing fish back to life.
In this unedited, extended interview, Republican political strategist Ed Gillespie talks about healthcare reform and government regulation of the private sector.
The Senate passes a defense appropriations bill that allows the government to detain an American citizen indefinitely without a trial.
Barack Obama will veto the 2012 Defense Appropriations bill because he objects to the executive branch not having totally infinite power of detention.
Not only did America not find out if Iran is developing dangerous new technology, it inadvertently gave Iran its dangerous new technology.