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When Celebrities Rule the World

It might be unnerving to find that these men hold a great amount of political power. Four times a week, for the majority of a year, Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert deliver a powerful comedic satire of American politics. 223 more words

A friend shared this conversation with me today: Working: Stephen Colbert from David Plotz on SlateRadio. And what is cool about that, no not cool–more instructive–is that it is an interview on a podcast by a journalist who makes online wordsmithery a beautiful thing, and it is found on SoundCloud, discovered by a smart friend of mine who knows I would love it, and I am now writing about it, sharing it on LinkedIn and other places, and that is a map for how we consume the ideas and information that fuels our lives and careers. 334 more words

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Stephen Colbert Went After Google CEO Larry Page Last Night Over The Internet Getting His Height Wrong

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As much as I love a satirized “Stephen Colbert” bit that actually sheds light on something important, it’s always a nice break when then man goes off on an absurdest tangent and, say, opens his show with a full segment calling out Google and their CEO Larry Page for getting his height wrong on the search engine. 37 more words

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Neil Young Performs Hilarious Version of 'Who's Gonna Stand Up?' Featuring Stephen Colbert on 'The Colbert Report'

By Philip Cosores

Stephen Colbert gets his share of high profile musicians sitting on his satirical news show. But, few are as legendary as Neil Young… 215 more words

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Stephen Colbert Begins Countdown: Only 32 More Episodes Of 'The Colbert Report' (Video)

Stephen Colbert last night kicked off the walk-up to his final episode of The Colbert Report on Comedy Central before he moves to CBS to take over for David Letterman, whenever that might happen — sometime in ’15, Dave has promised. 103 more words

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Cornel West, With 50 People Arrested In Ferguson

In heavy rain and tornado watches didn’t stop hundreds of protesters Monday outside Ferguson police headquarters, where they stayed for almost four hours to mark how long 18 year old Michael Brown’s body was left in the street after he was fatally show by police. 36 more words

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