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No Laughing Matter

Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert have taken over the news. Is this good or bad? And what does this say about how we like to hear the news?
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Joe Mathistad

on 28 April 2010

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Transcript of No Laughing Matter

Stewart Colbert Why are they so effective?
What does it say about America's culture? Corperate news is just that: Corperate Almost all news outlets tend to be biased
towards one side of the political spectrum Above all, their first
priority is to make money They almost always try to impliment some sort of fear Meanwhile, the Daily Show and Colbert Report usually reflect the ideas and judgements of the majority of society. Their arguments tend to show the lack of common sense in most of the news and the people who report it. http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/wed-february-10-2010/unusually-large-snowstorm http://www.colbertnation.com/the-colbert-report-videos/260720/january-05-2010/the-word---ideal-or-no-deal How would you rather look? Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert Reflection Terrible side effects Happy? Or angry? However you wish to view either of these two comedians, there is no denying their importance to the media and to America in general
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