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Jordan and I were sitting around last week wondering how we could honor our political idol, Stephen Colbert, we decided that we should name our Student Government Offices after him.

So Jordan wrote the resolution and it got passed by the Student Senate with 13 votes for, 7 against, and 3 obtaining.

Mission Accomplished!

Now if President Ben Comstock decides to sign it into fruition, we could be home to the first Stephen Colbert Student Government Complex in the country.

The story has been picked up by Stephen Colbert fan site, NoFactZone.net and also the campus newspaper, NinerOnline.  The graph below is a graph from NinerOnline, visit their site for the most updated graph possible.

The community will accept the truth sooner or later…

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Ben and Jerry’s has just released Stephen Colbert’s newest contribution to America, Stephen Colbert’s Americone Dream, developed with real eagle feathers for maximum American flavor. Word on the street has the if you pour the ice cream on a bear, the bear will loose all its fur and it will die.

It tastes like freedom

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Colbert weighs in on some important hollywood feuds,

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If Colbert isn’t on YouTube anymore, will I even have a blog?

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A seven page article in the New York Magazine details Stepehen Colbert’s success in the current realm of american politics. Mainly, how when Colbert coined the phrase Truthiness he summed up everything that politics in Washington had become, an fountain of facts that have nothing to do with facts at all. Read this article, it really is amazing.

Now, I don’t really expect Colbert to be wearing a suit at 8:30 in the
morning, but I’m slightly surprised and disappointed that he’s not. I
have to admit I pictured him sleeping in the suit, then waking in the
suit, and then barking orders at his minions throughout the day in the
suit, while standing still and thrusting his arms out straight so his
robot manservants can steam the suit clean. But then, like a lot of
people, I am prone to confuse Stephen Colbert with “Stephen Colbert.”
He is fond of joking that he might start calling himself Stephen
Col-Bert, with a hard T, rather than Col-Bear, just to accentuate the distinction.

My favorite Colbert moment was back when he was on the Daily Show during an interview with Al Sharpton,

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