Colbert began his career, coining the term "Truthiness". Trump has taken that to a whole other level.
Stephen Colbert revived his character from The Colbert Report in honor of the start of the 2016 Republican National Convention along with his popular segment from that show known as "The Word."
Stephen Colbert told Republicans they'd better listen to their leader Rush Limbaugh and the editors at Bill Kristol's brain trust if they're even going to pretend they're interested in governing.
Stephen Colbert takes the war mongers to task, pointing out those who would be happy to keep the United States in a state of perpetual war.
Businesses such as Hobby Lobby and their ilk who are doing their best to try to fight their way to the Supreme Court for the right to deny their female employees birth control coverage were the subject of Stephen Colbert's Word segment this Monday night and as Colbert explained, this is what we may get to look forward to if the courts rule in their favor:
Stephen Colbert had some recommendations for those who are having some trouble getting by in an age of record income disparity in his Word segment this Tuesday night.
Stephen Colbert took some time to praise the Dallas Safari Club and their offer to "save the endangered black rhino."
Stephen Colbert took CNN and their poll driven "reporting" to task during his Word segment on "truthinews."
After pointing out that Republicans are no longer having success running on issues like inner city crime and opining over New York's Time Square becoming "a Disney-fied, bubble gum, wimp company" where "the worst that could happen is one of those
Stephen Colbert took on everything from President Obama's promise to let the Bush tax cuts expire, to a poll by The Hill showing that 75 percent of Americans think wealthy should pay 30 percent or less in taxes, to a bill in Florida that would slash
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