The Colbert Report
Poor people who sell their reproduction rights won't know the joy of raising a child, but they'll be able to buy a 52-inch flat screen. (04:41)
Stephen knows that if Socialists had their druthers, no one would own their own druthers.
Stephen thinks the G.O.P. should adopt a name that's more appealing to young people -- like Twitter.
The Tea Party shouldn't have to compromise, because anger is always the best way to solve problems.
Stephen knows that when someone misbehaves, it's natural to assume that person is a Democrat.
Stephen doesn't want the government to stop Ron Paul from shooting at floods.
If incendiary rhetoric isn't connected to the Arizona tragedy, it logically follows that it must be good. (06:42)
Dan Burton proposes a bulletproof Congressional plexiglass dome, and Peter King wants to keep guns 1,000 feet from federal officials. (03:51)
North Carolina Tea Partiers want to reverse socially engineered progress until things get so bad for the poor that they can't be ignored. (04:53)
The House Republicans' vote to repeal Obamacare is a symbolic gesture, but they don't let reality push them around. (04:00)
The newly formed America Plus will still maintain normal diplomatic relations with poor America. (04:38)
The defense budget cannot get cut because making instruments of destruction is as American as napalm pie. (05:11)
The time to review the safety of nuclear power plants is not immediately after Japan's major environmental catastrophe. (05:26)
Inescapables harnesses all of the senses to deliver a loud and clear message: you're smelling something. (06:11)
The Emergency Beckpack is filled with everything needed to survive in a post-Glenn world, including beef stroganoff. (03:57)
Unilever creates armpit insecurity among women so it can make money selling the solution. (06:05)
Michigan's emergency financial manager strips elected officials of power so they don't oppose his ideas to save money. (06:03)
The "I want to be able to look my children in the eye" crowd refuses to admit that torture is the real hero behind Bin Laden's death. (06:56)
Rand Paul's approach to identifying terrorists is perfectly consistent with his libertarian constitutional ideals. (04:45)
Mitt Romney knows how to treat America's sick economy with his business experience. (05:38)