The tit-for-tat between Bill O’Reilly and Stephen Colbert continued last night with Colbert addressing the Fox News host he considers “very dear” to him. “Bill, baby doll, you’re of my ilk,” Colbert said to O’Reilly in response to O’Reilly saying “Colbert and others of his ilk have no bleeping clue how to fight Jihad.” “That’s outrageous. Show More Summary
Bill O’Reilly is one of Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart’s favorite targets for criticism of Rupert Murdoch’s Fox News empire. O’Reilly’s hawk-eyed statements about foreign policy in the face of ISIS have, of course, been no exception. Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert delivers critique CBS was either too afraid, or ill-informed, to use to shut down the Fox blowhard
Stephen Colbert was very sad last night after learning that Bill O'Reilly -- "my mentor, my north star, my emergency contact at SoulCycle" -- had criticized him for mocking his proposal to send 25,000 mercenaries to fight ISIS.
Uh-oh. It looks like there may be a feud starting up between Stephen Colbert and his "Papa Bear" Bill O'Reilly.
On a recent segment on his show, Stephen Colbert looked back on the "four day orgy of people fundamentally opposed to orgies" known as the Values Voter Summit. The anti-gay extravaganza, which took place in D.C. this past weekend, featured...
“During this last commercial break I found out that I have upset someone very dear to me — Bill O'Reilly,” Stephen Colbert said on his Comedy Central show last nght. He's referencing O'Reilly's having blasted him for mocking O'Reilly's...Show More Summary
Colbert delivers a brilliant response to Bill O'Reilly
Earlier this week Bill O'Reilly went after Stephen Colbert for mocking his idea to have a 25,000 man mercenary army defeat ISIS and called Colbert and "his ilk" dumb for daring to disagree with him. This Wednesday, Colbert got his evens...Show More Summary
“Papa Bear” Bill O’Reilly, of Fox News’ The O’Reilly Factor fame, is generally not seen as the most even-tempered individual, going all the way back to the vulgar YouTube clip of him absolutely losing it on his staff, and has never been...Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert, John Oliver, and John Stewart make us laugh. But are they making us care?
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal attempted to beat Stephen Colbert at his own game after the comedian roasted the Republican governor's scientific views. However, his strategy included tweeting out several links to the segment in question. On...Show More Summary
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Stephen Colbert mocked Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal’s (R) anti-science views on his show Tuesday night, pointing out the disparity between Jindal’s own impressive education (including a degree in biology from Brown) and his retrograde beliefs on evolution. Jindal took the ribbing with good humor:.@Stephenathome, missed ur show last night, was too busy pulling out [...]
"The Values Voter Summit, a four-day orgy of people fundamentally opposed to orgies"
The Kansas City Chiefs player was practicing his religious beliefs when he dropped to his knees
Bill O'Reilly is extremely unhappy that Stephen Colbert crapped all over his terrible plan to defeat ISIS with "an anti-terror mercenary force paid for by coalition nations." The conservative host responded to the conservative host parody on Monday in a segment he called "How to Deal With Dumb People." Read more...
Last night, Stephen reported on the Values Voter Summit and took a look at the great GOP candidates ready to run in 2016... and Sarah Palin. Full video after the jump.
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is a problem without a great solution. President Obama's plan is to pair U.S. and coalition airstrikes with boots on the ground — from some other, preferably Muslim-majority country, plus U.S.-trained Syrian rebels of unknown effectiveness and loyalty — to "degrade and ultimately destroy" ISIS. Show More Summary