Well, ever since Jay Leno announced that he’s retiring, it sure seems like his jokes have veered in an anti-Obama direction.
Full disclosure: I am a child of the Johnny Carson era. That means I grew up with the sound of Johnny’s “Tonight Show” monologues in my ears, his sense of humor helping to shape my own.
If you are over the age of 49, you need to take the story of a comedian and a hopelessly lost television network seriously. And even if you are younger, it's worth considering that you likely hope to live way past 49, as well.
Late night TV hosts mock the latest political headlines.
Leno, Fallon, Kimmel and Letterman offer their take on current news items.
Jay Leno, Jimmy Kimmel and Conan O'Brien offer their take on Donald Trump's $5 million offer to Obama to release his school records.
At the four minute mark in an interview with Jay Leno, President Obama reveals his weakness: math.
"The Liberal Media would have spent days reporting and condemning the statement, but it didn't come from Mitt Romney."
On the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Ann Romney reveals her husband's frugal ways.
Dennis Miller skewers Sandra Fluke and the 'War on Women.'
Attack Watch suggests otherwise.
Huckabee: "The best way to describe a Ron Paul audience is a combination between a gun show and a Grateful Dead concert."