Madam Speaker just uploaded this bit of winningness.
In a first step to reform the money in politics, House Democrats are reintroducing the DISCLOSE Act today to get unlimited, secret donations out of politics. The Supreme Court's decision in Citizens United opened the floodgates to unrestricted special interest campaign donations in American elections—permitting corporations to spend unlimited funds, directly or through third parties and Political Action Committees organized for those purposes, to influence Federal elections and opened the door for the emergence of Super PACs.
From The Daily Show:
As a citizen addressing the general public, Stephen calls on the Colbert Super PAC not to run vicious character assassinations ads that can be traced back to him.
It's a shame it's taking a couple of comedians to truly Read more...
Because Republicans are known for their Orwellian ability to flip around generally accepted concepts into the complete opposite, it should surprise no one to discover that FightBigotry.com would be better known by a different name: Read more...
From Thursday evening's The Colbert Report:
Keith Ablow finds Newt Gingrich irresistible even if the Republican establishment doesn't.
More on Keith Ablow's hackery from last week here.
And TPM has more on the segment above -- Colbert: Read more...