Poor Obama? CBS Touts Study Showing Obama Most-Joked About; Skips Deca

August 6th, 2013 12:04 PM
On Tuesday, CBS This Morning pounced on a new study by the Center for Media and Public Affairs (CMPA) showing that President Obama is now the butt of more jokes on late night TV than any other politician. "Since his re-election, late-night comedians have aimed 300 jokes at the President," CBS's Jeff Pegues announced. "That's only 100 fewer than all of those directed at Republican politicians…

Julia Louis-Dreyfus: Joe 'Big F-ing Deal' Biden an 'Elegant Guy' Who

May 4th, 2013 5:02 PM
Do liberal media members actually pay attention to what's happening in the world, or do their opinions just come out of thin air? Consider actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus who appearing on TBS's Conan Thursday actually said Vice President Joe Biden - he of the "This is a big f--king deal" crowd - is an "elegant guy" who wouldn't swear (video follows with transcribed lowlights and commentary":

WaPo TV Critic Rewrites History On Late Night Comedian's 1995 Shtick M

February 21st, 2013 6:17 PM
So, I take it that Lisa De Moraes didn’t go through her paper’s archives before she penned today's TV column in which she re-wrote history regarding Conan O’Brien's turn as emcee for the White House Correspondents Association dinner in April 1995. Yesterday it was announced that the late-night comedian would return this year as the master of ceremonies. De Moraes suggested the O'Brien bombed…

Maher: Catholic Priests Would Use Birth Control If Altar Boys Could Ge

February 13th, 2013 10:04 AM
There clearly is no limit to Bill Maher’s depravity. On TBS’s Conan Tuesday, the comedian beloved by the liberal media said that Catholic priests would use birth control if altar boys could get pregnant (video follows with transcribed highlights and commentary):

Kathy Griffin: CNN's NYE Show Highest Rated Since 2008 Because I Kisse

January 24th, 2013 11:14 AM
Rather than actually taking heat - or heaven forbid having to apologize! - for kissing Anderson Cooper's crotch on CNN's New Year's Eve program a few weeks ago, vulgarian comedienne Kathy Griffin continues to do a victory lap for her antics. On TBS's Conan Wednesday night, Griffin even said, "They did actually get the highest ratings since 2008, and I think it's because I kissed Anderson's…

Chelsea Handler Laughs About the Abortion She Had as a Teenager

November 1st, 2012 11:44 PM
Appearing on the Conan O'Brien show on Wednesday night, talk show host Chelsea Handler started laughing at the most inopportune time. Judging by the somber look on O'Brien's face, the comedienne hadn't just cracked a joke. No, the unfortunate reason for her giggling was in remembrance of a child who was deprived the chance to live.  Asked to recollect her adolescence, Handler couldn't resist…

Stranger to Erin Burnett: You Work for CNN? Yeah, You're 'In the Can f

October 24th, 2012 11:51 AM
If you work for CNN apparently your reputation as a liberal journalist precedes you, at least that's what CNN's Erin Burnett revealed to Conan O'Brien on Tuesday night. The OutFront host, appearing as a guest on TBS's Conan, relayed that when she told a passenger, on a recent flight, that she worked for CNN the passenger replied: "Oh yeah. In the can for Obama." Burnett's anecdote came…

Conan O’Brien Calls Romney ‘Adolf Mittler

October 24th, 2012 9:23 AM
Conan O'Brien on Tuesday appeared to want to make up for Bob Schieffer accidentally saying Obama bin Laden during Monday's presidential debate. To compensate, he referred to Romney as "Adolf Mittler" (video follows with transcribed highlights and commentary):

MSNBC's Wagner: Obama Running for President Because of 'Higher Calling

October 18th, 2012 5:15 PM
President Obama is running for reelection because he feels the "higher calling" of the office, even though it's obvious he doesn't really love the political game, MSNBC's Alex Wagner told Conan O'Brien on his October 17 TBS program. By contrast, Gov. Mitt Romney is running simply because "it seems like the next thing he should be doing with his life." Wagner made these comments after O'Brien…

Comedian Conan O'Brien Mocks Elisabeth Hasselbeck for Asking Serious Q

September 26th, 2012 2:49 PM
It's no secret that late-night comedians traffic in yukking it up over simple stereotypes about presidents. Clinton was the horndog-in-chief while George W. Bush the bumbling boob. For his part, President Obama could be constantly lampooned as a vapid celebrity, especially given his penchant for skipping hard-hitting media outlets for fluffball interviews with the Miami's own DJ Laz -- aka the…

Morning Joe Chuckles At Conan Spoof Video Of Palin Seeming To Shoot At

July 31st, 2012 8:40 AM
Imagine that Fox News had run a spoof video of someone seeming to line up a leading Democrat for a high-powered rifle shot. Need we state the obvious? MSNBC and the rest of the MSM would have interrupted all normal broadcasting for at least the rest of the day to condemn the outrage. But if a liberal late-night TV show runs a clip of Sarah Palin seeming to take such a shot at Dick Cheney? …

Maher Claims Romney 'Bullying' Worse Than Michael Jackson Molestation

May 16th, 2012 5:33 AM
Appearing as a guest on Tuesday's Conan show on TBS, HBO comedian Bill Maher absurdly suggested that recent allegations that Mitt Romney engaged in "bullying" in high school are worse than being molested by Michael Jackson, and asserted that he would be willing to trade being beat up in grade school for being "gently masturbated by a pop star." Maher also again attacked Mormonism and…

Hollywood: Driving the Homosexual Agenda for 40 Years

May 10th, 2012 3:00 PM
Hollywood celebrities exuberantly celebrated President Obama’s recent declaration of support for gay marriage. But Hollywood did not have to come out of the closet and support homosexuality – it has long used its influence to purposely swing public opinion in favor of homosexuality.  For several decades, Hollywood has shown its overt support for homosexuality. Brokeback Mountain was…

Conan Repeats False HuffPo Claim That Fox Business’s Bolling Called

December 6th, 2011 10:48 AM
A false Huffington Post claim that Fox Business Network’s Eric Bolling called the Muppets “communist” quickly spread to other news and entertainment outlets on Dec. 5. A segment on the latest Muppet villain, oil tycoon Tex Richman, was quickly twisted by the left into an attack on Fox and showed where news organizations and comedy shows get their information.  In the movie, the Muppets are…