Comedy Central’s fake conservative Stephen Colbert is known for mocking conservatives by pretending to be an ignorant one. Colbert, who in real life is more liberal than his co-worker Jon Stewart, has decided to make a mockery of the...Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert has a new least favorite part of government: The Census Bureau. That's right, he agrees with Congressman Jeff Duncan (R-SC), who thinks it's...
Faux conservative comedian Stephen Colbert slammed a bill introduced in early May by Rep. Jeff Duncan (R-S.C.) that would end most functions of the U.S. Census Bureau, including employment, GDP, and housing data. Duncan's bill, which has 10 Republican co-sponsors, would enable the Census Bureau to only conduct a population survey. Show More Summary
For years, satirical late-night TV host Stephen Colbert has been running a series on his show called "Better Know a District," which highlights one of the 435 U.S. congressional districts and its representative. While I am no Stephen Colbert, I am brutally inquisitive when it comes to the 5,000-plus listed companies on the U.S. Show More Summary
Comedy Central host Jon Stewart has been relentless in attacking President Barack Obama for the various scandals currently engulfing the White House. The Daily Show host is a committed liberal, but he's been honest enough to comically savage his own side of late as the ugly facts present themselves. Show More Summary
Last night's Colbert Report featured host Stephen Colbert in what was billed as the "Obama Scandal Booth"--supposedly "brought to you by Mazda." But did the car maker really sponsor the segment?
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Stephen Colbert is having way too much fun with the trifecta of scandals plaguing the Obama administration. So much fun, in fact, that he's devoted...
President Obama's recent woes provided Stephen Colbert with glee on Monday night as he presented the Obama Scandal Booth, ready to help himself to a healthy portion of controversy. But the subject of his scrutiny was not the president, it was ABC News' Jonathan Karl, whose Benghazi report on talking points has come into question. Show More Summary
"To avoid the IRS targeting me as a conservative, I file all my taxes under the name Chef Boyardee." — Comedian Stephen Colbert is getting questionable tax advice.
Colbert gives a poignant and witty address in which he discusses the University’s founder, Thomas Jefferson (“You are his intellectual heirs. In fact, some of you may be one of his actual heirs, we’re still testing the DNA”), and his...Show More Summary
It's college commencement season which means it's time for notable speakers to share words of wisdom with this year's crop of hopeful graduates. Sure, there are those inspirational speeches we all love, and then there's Stephen Colbert's valedictory address to the University of Virgina's class of 2013. Show More Summary
Sitting through graduation speeches is usually a drag — especially when you’re cloaked in dark robes and braving extra humid, swamp-like conditions. So it’s a blessing when someone like Stephen Colbert, an expert entertainer, shows up to give an especially engaging commencement address. Show More Summary
On Saturday, Comedy Central host Stephen Colbert delivered the commencement address to the University of Virginia’s graduating class of 2013. “Why are you leaving,” Colbert asked the students. He went on to discuss some of the university’s secret societies and confessed his membership. Show More Summary
Despite challenging economic times, comedian Stephen Colbert had some takeaways for recent grads during his 2013 commencement address at the University of Virginia on Saturday.
In between jabs about the Wahoos snagging the top spot on Playboy's list of top party schools and personal recollections of doing some partying of his own with the girls of Phi Kappa Phi, Stephen Colbert had one pearl of wisdom to impart on the University of Virginia's Class of 2013: Feel free to be self-obsessed. Read more...
“You know this is an impressive institution because it rejected my application…” To a crowd of 12,000 graduates and their families, Stephen Colbert acted as the keynote speaker at the valedictory exercises for the 2013 University of Virginia graduating class. His speech was both funny and, at times, appropriately serious. He says, “If you must [...]
While most of you suffered through graduation speeches from former deans and, ugh, SENATORS, University of Virginia students were treated to remarks from none other than Stephen Colbert. For over 17 minutes, The Colbert Report host discussed...Show More Summary
With graduation season upon us, David Zahl revisits Stephen Colbert’s 2011 commencement address at Northwestern University. An excerpt from the speech: After I graduated from here, I moved down to Chicago and did improv. Now there are very few rules about improvisation, but one of the things I was taught early on is that you […]
Post by Cynthia Dermody Stephen Colbert had graduates from the University of Virginia grabbing their stomachs for most of his 17-minute commencement address yesterday. The satirist, who did not attend the university (his applicationShow More Summary