The man who tops AskMen's list of the Top 49 Most Influential Men of 2010 is one of our youth's most trusted sources of information and a voice of both reason and hope in these economically and politically turbulent times. And no, he's not the president.
"The Daily Show" host Jon Stewart nabbed the No. 1 position on AskMen's annu...nce, while President Barack Obama dropped significantly in the ranks, coming in at No. 21, after landing the No. 3 spot in 2009, and the No. 1 position in 2008,...
Some of these facts are ones that I've learned over the years so I no longer remember who the original source is. Otherwise, these are details that I've noticed. And if you happen to know any more interesting bits about the Daily Show, please do share!
1. Steve Carell and Stephen Colbert provided the voices for the Ambiguously Gay Duo, the TV Funhouse show that was on SNL. Listen to the voices while...
I am finding out that Americans tend to think of one specific 'L' word as particularly nasty. What is this 'L' word? Liberal.
That's right, the people that believe changes need to be made and that this country could be better, are ostracized daily. And why? I have no damn clue! Considering i am a liberal, and do believe things need to be different, I cannot answer what the problem is with our way of thinking.
Liberal views think gays should be allowed to marry. The War in Iraq, and the Bush administration in general, is just wrong. The environment and...
President Barack Obama is preferred by 52 percent of Americans compared with 43 percent who favour Mitt Romney, the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination, a Washington Post-ABC News poll published Monday revealed.