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President Barack Obama apparently thinks politics is no laughing matter, even when he's staring down a comedian.
This is your brain on Armani? Whether Jon Stewart likes it or not, his "Restore Sanity" parody rally at the national Mall on Saturday has attracted political agendas.
President Barack Obama apparently thinks politics is no laughing matter, even when he's staring down a comedian. Obama barely cracked any jokes during an appearance Wednesday on "The Daily Show" despite host Jon Stewart's attempts to draw out the president's humorous side with a few of his own snarky wisecracks.
President Barack Obama says he hopes Democrats will be rewarded on election night next Tuesday for taking tough votes in Congress. Interviewed Wednesday on "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart," Obama lauded several members of Congress for taking votes he said they knew would be bad politically but who did so because it was the right thing to do.
President Obama apparently thinks politics is no laughing matter, even when he's staring down a comedian.
Uh-oh. Vanity Fair has unleashed a sophomoric salvo with a last-minute, midterm election edition of Republican bashing -- the "Official Republican Beefcake Calendar," featuring questionable, faked images of Sen. Scott Brown of Massachusetts, Republican National Committee Chairman Michael S. Steele, Fox News host Glenn Beck and nine more.
A disgraced New York politician who was expelled from the state Senate after a misdemeanor conviction for assaulting his girlfriend was accused Tuesday of funding his 2006 campaign with money that was supposed to go to charity.
Broadcasters can dream, can't they?
The conservative comedy world is still seeking its Tina Fey, who shook the political landscape with her dead-on impression of Sarah Palin. So where are the GOP comedy all-stars?