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Obamacare's "deadline" is Monday.
It seems like Lena Dunham didn’t waste her opportunity as host of "Saturday Night Live" to continue her radical feminist agenda.
The parodies may seem like they’re all in good fun, but survey experts, political science professors and students make a strong case that SNL can have a noticeable impact at the polls.
Oh, Rev. Al.
Over the weekend, Saturday Night Live took a shot not just at Obamacare's continuing failure, but at President Obama's entire second term ranging from Benghazi to the IRS.
What does it say about a president whose major piece of legislation becomes the country’s longest running joke? Maybe that our commander-in-chief can command a comedy club better than a country.
When you've lost SNL...
Today, just three weeks away from 2013, there is reason to believe that our President and his Administration – and perhaps his party, as a whole – is “embracing” recession, as though it is an appropriate means to a necessary end.
Romney: "How come you cut drilling on federal lands?" Obama: "I'm about to cut you!"
Producers didn't need to write much of a script to recreate showdown between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan.
Big Bird joins Seth Meyers on Weekend Update to discuss how he was affected by Romney's comment in the first presidential debate.
Saturday Night Live castmember Jay Pharaoh, as Obama, admits that the "economy is in the tank," yet he is still "overconfident" against his opponent.
"But only a few months ago I was polling at margin of error, so to have any digit at all is a big deal."
With Sarah Palin and Chris Christie announcing that they really, really, really will not be running for President in 2012, we can settle into focused consideration of the nine Republican candidates who are still in the game.
While young Americans won’t easily relate to traditional GOP heroes, there are some appealing, contemporary characters whose personal convictions have matured to conservative creeds. I urge the following celebrities to increase their public voice in politics for America’s under-40 population.
“Here I come to save the day!” (U.S. President Barack Obama, Jan. 14th 2011)