Plus: Stephen Colbert is grateful “that poor people still can’t get health insurance,” Jon Stewart sends a thank you card to the Obama administration—and more.
Amazon’s latest “Prime Air” plan to drop your orders on your doorstep in half an hour leaves a lot to be desired. But Stephen Colbert has come up with a brilliant way for people to get products instantly—all he needs is Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ money.
With Thanksgiving come and gone, Stephen Colbert kicked off 2013's "Blitzkrieg on Grinchitude" with a look at one miraculous Christmas Tree that boldly stopped a bullet during a drive-by shooting late last week. "If our Christmas trees are willing to show this type of bravery," Colbert said, "let's at least make it a fair fight."
Back in August, French electro-duo Daft Punk bailed last minute on a scheduled Colbert Report performance, citing a contractual obligation
Stephen Colbert had a message for Amazon founder and "billionaire Busytown worm" Jeff Bezos last night: Forget about delivery drones, and listen up to this crazy new idea instead. After looking at Bezos' video unveiling the drones on...Show More Summary
Amazon’s plan to deliver items in 30 minutes or less via drones has created plenty of excitement, but the futuristic concept left Stephen Colbert unsatisfied. Concerned about the lackluster speed of the drone delivery concept, he came up with a fresh pitch for Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. And I have to say, it’s a pretty compelling idea.
Stephen Colbert on America’s astonishing wealth divide, which has even the Wall Street Journal worried: Boing Boing gives us the statistics : “#1 The lowest earning 23,303,064 Americans combined make 36…
Stephen Colbert went so far as to say: “At best, insensitive; and at worst, poverty porn.” Emoya Luxury Hotel and Spa created a fake shanty town so that its wealthy clientele can pretend to slum it “within the safe environment of a private...Show More Summary
For those of you suffering from Colbert withdrawals while he’s on a holiday break, the pundit generously created this clip so, according to Colbert himself, you can spend Thanksgiving with the thing you’re most thankful for: him.
Click here to view this media Stephen Colbert's new DVD, which he recorded during his final episode before taking a break for the holiday, "allows every family to experience the joy of having him as a guest of honor at Thanksgiving." Happy Thanksgiving everyone.
This aired during last Thursday night’s Colbert Report, but I’ve been sitting on it because it’s just the perfect Thanksgiving week late night clip. It. Has. Everything. Colbert at your dinner. LOTS of wine. Gluten allergy shamings. Dude from Starbucks. Show More Summary
What if the Wall Street Journal ran a tour-de-force parody of conservative arguments on the Iran deal and nobody noticed? The post Stephen Colbert Didn’t Write This Op-Ed, But May As Well Have appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Mocked by Stephen Colbert as "poverty porn," the Shanty Town sits alongside Emoya's five-star lodgings. For about $98 a night, guests can pretend to live the rough life, relieving themselves in "long drop" pit toilets outside and cook from fires built in metal
Stephen Colbert’s been on a gay roll — low in carbs, high in sass — this week on The Colbert Report: having a marriage equality kiki with Rick Santorum on Monday, filing a fashion report on anti-gay Russia’s super-gay uniforms on Wednesday, and taking Gov. Mary Fallin of Oklahoma Oklahetera to task for denying military […]
This week Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin announced that the state's National Guard would deny spousal benefits to all couples in order to avoid serving gay couples. In a segment last night, Stephen Colbert brilliantly took down that dumb and bigoted...
Heading home for Thanksgiving and in need of a buffer for the inevitable family drama? Don't have a baby or pet to distract everyone's attention? Stephen Colbert is coming to your rescue with a new DVD, "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner? It's Me. Show More Summary
Even though Don't Ask, Don't Tell was repealed in 2011, Oklahoma governor Mary Fallin has gone a step further in denying same-sex couples basic federal rights in her state. On last night's "Colbert Report," Stephen Colbert shed light...Show More Summary
Making a publicity tour for his new movie, The Christmas Candle, Senator Rick Santorum braves The Colbert Report. Colbert ends up wearing a sweater vest, and Santorum is unafraid to talk about marriage. The Colbert ReportGet More: Colbert Report Full Episodes,Video Archive
Because television host Stephen Colbert knows he's the thing you're most thankful for, last night he unveiled his Guess Who's Coming to Dinner? It's Me, Stephen Colbert DVD so you can have him at your Thanksgiving table. To get...
Stephen Colbert knows how to spend time with his loved ones. And by "loved ones" I mean he knows how to spend time with hardware like the PS4. Read more...