Stephen Colbert Politics
Bill Clinton: Sort of on Twitter!
Bill Clinton has finally joined Twitter!
Sort of. Thanks to Stephen Colbert.
Elizabeth Colbert Busch, Sister of Stephen, Running For Congress in South Carolina
Elizabeth Colbert Busch, sister of Comedy Central star Stephen Colbert, is running for a vacant seat in U.S. Congress from their native South Carolina.
Colbert Busch is one of two Democrats seeking the seat vacated by Republican Tim Scott, who was appointed to fill the state's U.S. Senate seat.
Voters Back Colbert to Fill Vacant Senate Seat
South Carolina native Stephen Colbert is the top choice of Palmetto State residents to fill the U.S. Senate seat recently vacated by Jim DeMint, a new poll indicates.
Colbert Report: Suspended For Unknown Reasons
The Colbert Report, the late-night fake news Comedy Central program hosted by Stephen Colbert, has suspended production for at least two days this week.
The recent home of relentless parodying of super PACs and the campaign finance system didn't air a new episode last night and tonight will be a repeat as well.
Nancy Pelosi: Stop Stephen Colbert!
Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert is truly one of a kind.
More than a comedian who reports the news, Colbert makes himself (or a farcical version of himself) the news, mainstreaming political satire like no one else.
Stephen Colbert, Herman Cain Stump For Votes in South Carolina
Newt, Schmewt. Mitt, Schmitt.
Herman Cain dropped out of the presidential race months ago, but that won't stop Stephen Colbert from rallying for him in advance of today's primary.
Stephen Colbert Super PAC Slams Stephen Colbert, Throws Support Behind Herman Cain
The campaign of Presidential quasi-candidate Stephen Colbert was dealt a major blow this week when it was established that voters can’t write his name in on the ballot during Saturday’s Republican primary in his native South Carolina.
Colbert has, as a result, devised a new strategy.