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April 11, 2014
CBS has just declared war on the heartland of America.

Rush Limbaugh, on CBS replacing Letterman with Stephen Colbert.  (via mediamattersforamerica)

Not as entertaining as what reasonable person Ben Shapiro had to say. He compared it to blackface.

(via cognitivedissonance)

8:45 // 3 months ago
July 16, 2013

sensiblestupidity says: Colbert is (supposedly) on tumblr- on the 4th of July, a tumblr account claiming to be Colbert's official tumblr was created and started posting. Can't say I know its url though

» SFB says: I had not heard this, and considering there are about three bajillion (generally great) Colbert fan sites on Tumblr, this seems like a tough needle to pull out of the hay; can anyone verify? Say, Comedy Central? — Ernie @ SFB

18:53 // 1 year ago
April 9, 2013
You hear about that time where Stephen Colbert started a Twitter account for Bill Clinton?

You hear about that time where Stephen Colbert started a Twitter account for Bill Clinton?

9:04 // 1 year ago
December 7, 2012
8:58 // 1 year ago
December 6, 2012
12:25 // 1 year ago
November 16, 2012
brooklynmutt:

“There comes a time in every great man’s life when he must be cast in wax — if only to remove unwanted body hair.” - Stephen Colbert

The difference here: If you put them next to an open flame, one will melt and the other will kick fire’s ass in the name of America.

brooklynmutt:

“There comes a time in every great man’s life when he must be cast in wax — if only to remove unwanted body hair.” - Stephen Colbert

The difference here: If you put them next to an open flame, one will melt and the other will kick fire’s ass in the name of America.

(via neontommy)

16:04 // 1 year ago
May 8, 2012
In a bit of unfortunate timing, Stephen Colbert’s new children’s book "I am a Pole (And So Can You!)," which has a very prominent endorsement from the just-deceased Maurice Sendak right on the cover, comes out today. (via Stefan Becket)

In a bit of unfortunate timing, Stephen Colbert’s new children’s book "I am a Pole (And So Can You!)," which has a very prominent endorsement from the just-deceased Maurice Sendak right on the cover, comes out today. (via Stefan Becket)

10:26 // 2 years ago
April 12, 2012
Jill Biden and I started this initiative to make sure that this country - which is a grateful nation - to make sure that we do whatever we can to honor the service of our troops, our veterans, and their families.
First Lady Michelle Obama • Promoting Joining Forces, her campaign with Jill Biden, on The Colbert Report. Last night, Stephen Colbert tweeted “Supporting our troops takes more than wearing a ribbon, unless that ribbon says, “I just hired a U.S. Veteran.” @JoiningForces.” His guest on Wednesday night’s show was FLOTUS Michelle Obama; she was there to promote Joining Forces, “the initiative she and Jill Biden co-founded last year to encourage support for military families.” The goal of the initiative is to reduce the unemployment rate of veterans. Visit the Colbert Nation's website to watch clips from the episode. source (viafollow)
21:04 // 2 years ago
January 20, 2012
washingtonpoststyle:

Today, in one image.
Cain. Colbert. God bless America.
Photo by Jason Reed (Reuters)

Seriously, Herman: If you plan to make another presidential run, make this guy your VP.

washingtonpoststyle:

Today, in one image.

Cain. Colbert. God bless America.

Photo by Jason Reed (Reuters)

Seriously, Herman: If you plan to make another presidential run, make this guy your VP.

(via apsies)

17:57 // 2 years ago
June 7, 2011
jvbrewer:

In response to Sarah Palin’s misstatements about Paul Revere’s ride, Stephen Colbert challenged his viewers to change the Wikipedia entry for “Bells” to include the statement “Used by Paul Revere to warn the British that hey, you’re not going to succeed in taking our guns. USA! USA!” (It took someone less than a minute to do it.)

In which Stephen Colbert once again proves his dominance over Wikipedia.

jvbrewer:

In response to Sarah Palin’s misstatements about Paul Revere’s ride, Stephen Colbert challenged his viewers to change the Wikipedia entry for “Bells” to include the statement “Used by Paul Revere to warn the British that hey, you’re not going to succeed in taking our guns. USA! USA!” (It took someone less than a minute to do it.)

In which Stephen Colbert once again proves his dominance over Wikipedia.

0:15 // 3 years ago