The Irony Collection
An ambiguous decree from King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia lets women participate in elections, but they still face some minor restrictions.
Although not everyone may agree with or know Wall Street protestors' goals, all people can agree that one reaction to the movement was unacceptable.
Barack Obama's been good to the NRA, but if you want to take away Wayne LaPierre's preconceived narrative, you'll have to pry it from his cold dead hands.
The inscrutable Chris Christie continues to confound pundits hoping for a straight answer regarding his intentions to run for president.
Sarah Palin reassures America that not every possible Republican candidate has made a clear decision.
Samantha Bee gives a struggling American family all the advantages of corporatehood, with a huge can of "You're welcome."
(includes note from editor) Pt 1. - Bill O'Reilly explains that he will gladly pay higher taxes as a job creator when the government stops wasting his money. Pt. 2 - Bill O'Reilly calls for a consumption tax in America that will force cocaine dealers to pay two to three percent on their Bentley purchases.
Barack Obama's reelection bid takes him to the West Coast where he attends a LinkedIn town hall event and holds a $250-a-person fundraiser.
Larry Wilmore believes that Herman Cain is the better candidate for black voters -- if you listen with the right ears.
After weeks of freaking out over what Chaz Bono did to his chest, Nancy Grace's nip slip should horrify Fox News.
At the Fox News-Google Republican Presidential Debate, the crowd boos an openly gay soldier and Rick Santorum vows to reinstitute "don't ask, don't tell."
Republican frontrunner Rick Perry's third debate is even worse than his first two, and Fox News' Brit Hume assesses his performance with appropriate gravitas.
The Republican primary is playing out like a season of "American Idol" in reverse.
Pt. 1 - Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul believes his political message is a threat to the establishment. Pt. 2 - Ron Paul believes the war on drugs is a violation of Americans' civil liberties and trusts that people can make their own choices. Pt. 3 - Ron Paul believes that property rights would better protect the environment than federal laws.
Pt. 1: In this unedited, extended interview, former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm discusses the problems with America's national economic strategy. Pt. 2: Jennifer Granholm believes the effective partnership between government and the private sector in Singapore is a good model for the U.S. in this unedited, extended interview. Pt. 3: In this unedited, extended interview, Jennifer Granholm explains how America's expensive health care system gives a leg up to its international business competitors.
John Oliver and Aasif Mandvi go on location to dispute their claims to a certain sacred territory.
Lewis Black takes a look at good and bad arsenic and wonders what makes Chaz Bono more controversial than a bunch of criminals and freaks.
Barack Obama sells his tax plan to Americans by appealing to their love of math.
Every day, America loses more and more millionaires to abusive individual and corporate tax rates.
Pt. 1: Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels discusses government spending and America's wartime priorities. Pt. 2: Governor Mitch Daniels asks Americans to save the country's safety net by helping the government create a Social Security 2.0 for the younger generation.