The lure of a presidential campaign cycle no longer holds the same appeal to departing Daily Show host Jon Stewart.
In amazing new interview, Stewart details why he's leaving, whether he'd ever watch Fox again, and biggest regret
Two months after Jon Stewart announced his retirement from hosting The Daily Show, the Guardian released an extensive profile of the comedian that includes several quotes indicating why he decided to ride off into the sunset.
When the Daily Show announced the retirement of Jon Stewart, why he quit the show was never explained to the audience’s satisfaction. Now, Stewart is explaining his motive for dropping out after so many years, and George Lucas even asked Stephen Colbert if he would step up the plate. Show More Summary
George Lucas got playfully snarky with moderator Stephen Colbert at a public Tribeca Film Festival event held in the Star Wars creator's honor. Speaking about 24 hours after the...
Jon Stewart did an interview with The Guardian shortly before announcing that he was leaving The Daily Show and then again soon after that announcement. It's a lot interview, and it covers a lot related to his feelings about The...
Stephen Colbert has a simple reason why he wouldn't want to replace Jon Stewart on "The Daily Show": he wouldn't have a good time. During a Tribeca Film Festival panel between Colbert and George Lucas Friday, Lucas turned the tablesShow More Summary
In the midst of lots of Star Wars talk today, Stephen Colbert addressed a few big stories about late night, including the impending departure of his buddy Jon Stewart.
While George Lucas had the spotlight at today’s Tribeca Talk: George Lucas and Stephen Colbert, it was the future Late Show host who came away with spades in the conversation. Clearly on display were the comedian’s interview chops sans...Show More Summary
Last night, Jessica Williams and Samantha Bee joined Jon Stewart for The Daily Show’s ’Mercun Awards, a segment in which the correspondents judged weird news stories to find the one “that best encompasses our country’s pure essence.”...Show More Summary
"The Daily Show" looks at news stories said represent the United States' "pure essence."
He'll need a sleuth cap and a frowny-face balloon to crack this one
"The Daily Show" host Jon Stewart was apparently quite amused by former Vice President Dick Cheney's recent comments on Iran. Cheney went on a conservative talk radio show last week and accused President Barack Obama of being " about to give [Iran] nuclear weapons. Show More Summary
A certain former vice president has some explaining to do. There are certain politicians who Jon Stewart clearly relishes mocking. There’s his southern belle Lindsey Graham impression; Mitch McConnell as slow, bewildered turtle; and, as an old-standby, Dick Cheney as evil Sith lord. Show More Summary
Jon Stewart made a pretty compelling case that it is Dick Cheney, not President Obama, who actually strengthened Iran and gave it time to build up a nuclear program.
Plenty of viewers will be sad to see Jon Stewart leave "The Daily Show" later this year. It's a safe bet that former Vice President Dick Cheney won't be one of them. Last week, Cheney made headlines when he attacked President BarackShow More Summary
Jon Stewart donned his sleuth cap on Thursday’s Daily Show to spell out the extent of the hypocrisy in former Vice President Dick Cheney’s “disingenuous, utterly lacking in self-examination” attacks against President Barack Obama regarding Iran. Stewart questioned...
After former vice president and war criminal Dick Cheney actually had the gall to go on right-wing hate talker Hugh Hewitt's show and accuse President Obama of being the "worst president ever" and wanting to "take America down" overShow More Summary
In what can only be described as an epic detective show, Jon Stewart put on his sleuthing cap and went after Dick Cheney's claim that Barack Obama was leaving a "terrible burden" on America by striking a nuclear deal with Iran.
In case you missed the recent episode of The Daily Show With Jon Stewart about the future of Christianity, you'll want to check this out. Evidently, we may have Christian robots to look forward to in the future.Of course robots will be Christian! Why wouldn't they? Subscribe to Atheist Revolution Copyright © 2015 Atheist Revolution.