Is Robert Downey Jr.'s mention of Bible prophecy teacher Chuck Missler during an appearance on Jon Stewart's Daily Show a sign that the "Iron Man" actor is tracking with the latest End Times conversation? Prophecy News Watch took the opportunity to post a short video clip of Downey's Missler reference on Stewart's show and write about current events in the Middle East.
Jon Stewart tonight had some fun at the expense of a Canadian mayor who was allegedly caught on tape smoking a crack pipe in the company of drug dealers. After reminiscing on the now-infamous "taco mayor", Stewart lampooned Toronto mayor...Show More Summary
Twister Logic: After the deadly and destructive tornado that struck his state Monday, Oklahoma Sen. James Inhofe attempted to make the argument that aid for his constituents and a massive Hurricane Sandy relief package he voted against are two “totally different” things. 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
Jon Stewart’s creator attacks Oklahoma tornado victims The Oklahoma City suburb of Moore, Oklahoma felt the cruelest wrath of nature just before 3PM CST on Monday. The tornado that touched down stayed on the ground for almost 45 minutes. There was no mercy, only devastation. As always, the best thing Americans can do in this [...]
While Jon Stewart may have eased up on his harsh criticism of President Obama last night, spreading some of the culpability to the GOP and the press, Jay Leno continues to hammer the president on a nightly basis. Monday night, Leno showed...Show More Summary
During the May 20 edition of The Daily Show, host Jon Stewart brought up President Barack Obama's unfulfilled 2009 promise to "create a seamless, computerized Veterans' health records system." After covering the subject for half a segment,...Show More Summary
Jon Stewart ripped a triumvirate of actors in Washington, D.C., on Monday, asking if anyone can "do their jobs" in the town amid three "scandalous" issues that have captivated the town's attention over the past couple of weeks. Stewart...Show More Summary
America isn't all that interested in the various controversies buffeting the Obama administration, says Paul Brandus at The Week. Instead, with lawmakers seemingly obsessed with "trying to put the political screws to the other party,"...Show More Summary
As NewsBusters reported, a deadly tornado stroke Oklahoma Monday. At approximately the same time it was bearing down to kill innocent people, Lizz Winstead, the co-creator of Jon Stewart's Daily Show on Comedy Central, commented to her Twitter followers, "This tornado is in Oklahoma so clearly it has been ordered to only target conservatives": read more
Jon Stewart continued hammering the Obama administration on two fronts tonight: first, for the scandal quagmire it’s found itself stuck in for the past week, and second, for the continuing hold-up in the Veterans Administration. Stewart said if the government could put the same energy of election season into actually governing, maybe a lot more [...]
Lizz Winstead is a producer and co-creator of the Daily Show, the left-wing comedy show hosted by Jon Stewart on Comedy Network. After this destructive and tragic tornado whipped through Moore, Oklahoma today, she thought it was hilarious that “conservatives” were killed there. In typical scumbag, liberal manner Lizz Winstead took to Twitter to say: [...]
On May 8, 2013, world-famous political satirist Jon Stewart of The Daily Show held a discussion about censorship and power in Iran, followed by a lively Q&A, at an event hosted by the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran, the Committee to Protect Journalists, and the PEN American Center.
Jon Stewart is a hugely successful comic. “Well, of course,” you say. “Everybody loves Jon Stewart.” You’re right! but I’m talking about China. The Daily Show host has millions of fans in China, where his political satire style is a breath of fresh air for many in the country where state-moderated media is the norm and [...]Show More Summary
The Chinese government wouldn't permit someone like The Daily Show's Jon Stewart to mock public policy or, gasp, the president. So the young and hip in China are turning to America's own Stewart for a blast of political satire. WillShow More Summary
By Jane Lee SHANGHAI, May 20 (Reuters) - Humor may not always translate well, but Jon Stewart is picking up millions of fans in China,...
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