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    Jon Stewart Rips Congress for Sneaky Budget Bill (Review)

Jon Stewart Rips Congress for Sneaky Budget Bill (Review)

Jon Stewart knows that Congress is deadlocked between Democrats and Republicans who seemingly cannot do anything together. He has been making fun of them all year for that very fact, so he should have been happy when that illustrious body passed a $1.1 trillion dollar budget bill that “kept the lights on” in Washington. This bill was so important that not having it would force another government shutdown. Crisis was

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    Jon Stewart Finally Thanks Bush for Being President (Review)

Jon Stewart Finally Thanks Bush for Being President (Review)

It happened. Despite many people’s disbelief and shock, Jon Stewart, the host of that bastion of comic liberalism The Daily Show, finally thanked President George W. Bush for being president. What could possibly have prompted such a change of heart? All it took was a combination of the CIA torture report and Vice-President Dick Cheney. That powerful cocktail was the subject of last night’s first segment as Stewart addressed the debate about

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    Wednesday Slate Night Review

Wednesday Slate Night Review

  Slate Night TV knows that hump day can sometimes feel like the longest day of the week, but it is all downhill from here. For those who fell asleep with the television on last night, Wednesday’s Slate Night Review is looking at Colbert and “The Daily Show” and giving readers something to talk about at the water cooler in the process. If Wu-Tang’s historic performance on Jon Stewart’s show

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    Monday Review: Slate Night TV

Monday Review: Slate Night TV

  After a weekend’s drought of America’s favorite fake news sources, Comedy Central staples Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert were back in the saddle last night cataloguing the weekend’s (or the last century’s) big events. Stewart took on Congress and their failed immigration bill, all the while pointing out how ineffectual the new “Do-Nothing Congress” has been on the issue. Colbert in his Colbert-iest fashion remembered Nixon on the anniversary

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