The Irony Collection
(EDITORIAL NOTE) Republicans replace the word "rich" with "job creator" and refuse to work with Barack Obama on the debt crisis because he's obsessed with raising taxes.
Barack Obama lays down the smackdown, giving Republicans 24 to 36 hours to come up with a plan to solve the debt-ceiling crisis, but they've made no visible progress.
(EDITORIAL NOTE) Sgt. First Class Leroy Petry talks about getting his hand blown off by a grenade in Afghanistan and then returning to serve a sixth tour of duty. Leroy Petry demonstrates his robotic hand and describes how rewarding it is when ordinary Americans thank him for his military service in this unedited, extended interview.
John Oliver goes to Cape Canaveral to witness the end of an era as NASA considers outsourcing America's hopes and dreams to India.
(EDITORIAL NOTE) Mitch McConnell splits the Senate's responsibility in two, abdicating the unpopular doing s**t part to Obama but retaining the popular complaining about it part for himself.
If Obama and Congressional Republicans don't settle their heated argument by raising the debt ceiling, man will be sentenced to an eternity of licking his own pets' genitals.
(EDITORIAL NOTE) Matthew Richardson likens America's economic collapse to the aftermath caused by a battle between Godzilla and King Kong in downtown Tokyo.
(EDITORIAL NOTE) Michelle Obama orders a cheeseburger meal that's the caloric equivalent of eating a live raccoon. Greg Gutfeld reports from Fox News
Al Madrigal goes on location in Phoenix to drink beer and cover the impact of Arizona's anti-immigration law on baseball's All-Star Game.
With obesity rates climbing rapidly, Americans must mend their double down ways so they don't end up so obese they stop reproducing because they can't locate their genitals.
Michele Bachmann gains traction in Iowa even though Marcus Bachmann is an Izod shirt away from being the gay character on "Modern Family."
Republicans hold the crazy belief that the way to shrink the deficit is to cut spending, and the only way to raise revenue is to cut taxes.
(EDITORIAL NOTE) The Republican insistence on making the debt ceiling their give as opposed to increased tax revenues is like a doctor who believes strictly in magic consulting with a patient.
(EDITORIAL NOTE) Trusted English friend John Oliver brings comfort and puts America's troubles into perspective through a comparative back-and-forth.
Obama warns of America's debt default risk, 80% of Atlanta schools cheated on state standardized tests and Ashton Kutcher tweets outrage over the Casey Anthony verdict.
The news team interviews people who want to bring back prohibition, finds a state that only serves alcohol from mini bottles and uncovers why drinking and guns don't mix.
Jon covers a movement to rescind the 14th Amendment, anchor babies and the melting pot that will one day let him call Larry Wilmore a racist.
Jon examines who's really protected by the First Amendment, what religious freedom means to people who fear Islam and John Oliver's issues with Jews and Christmas.