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Stephen Colbert, who plays a faux conservative talk show host on Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report," has emerged as one of the country's preeminent political satirists.
Lewis Black Quotes
A collection of funny political quotes by comedian Lewis Black.
Visit the home page of the Late Show With David Letterman, where you can listen to Letterman's latest monologue, get the latest Top Ten list, or browse through the complete Top Ten archive.
The home page of Tonight Show host Jay Leno features recent monologue highlights and other gags.
Visit Bill Maher's home page on HBO, featuring highlights from "Real Time With Bill Maher."
Known as "America's foremost commentator on everything," Black provides some of the most caustic, cranky, bile-spewing political comedy around.
The funniest man in America offers occasional political musings in his weekly syndicated column. Don't miss his hilarious new book: Dave Barry Hits Below the Beltway: A Vicious and Unprovoked Attack on Our Most Cherished Political Institutions.
The only political comedy group in America that attempts to be funnier than Congress. They perform hilarious song parodies, and side-splitting laughs are guaranteed. To browse their latest CD's, click here.
Laughing Liberally is a comedy show which uses humor and laughter to spread understanding of liberal ideas and advance progressive values.
A humorist with a message, Boren looks at bureaucracy and politics.
Visit the home page of comedian/presidential impersonator Steve Bridges, featuring classic video clips of Bridges impersonating George W. Bush.
She's one of the nation's brightest political comedians, or as she bills herself, "the uproarious Madame President of comedy." Her stand-up shows and humor columns have won rave reviews.
One of the top political satirists in the country, Crimmins is known not only for his sharp wit, but his commitment to social justice. His Web site is loaded with hilarious quips.
One of the country's premier political comics. Durst's home page includes quotes, recent columns and his live-performance schedule. It's "comedy for people who read or know someone who does."
The latest quips from Michael Feldman, host of public radio's "Whad'Ya Know?"
Visit Al Franken's Web site for the latest news about his campaign for Senate.
Listen to comedian Janeane Garofalo's show, "The Majority Report," on the new liberal talk radio network, Air America Radio.
Comedian Argus Hamilton writes a nationally syndicated humor column loaded with great political one-liners.
Armed with gumption, acerbic wit and a loyal following, "America's #1 Populist" has spent two decades battling Washington and Wall Street on behalf of consumers, children, working families, environmentalists, small business and just-plain-folks.
Check out the portfolio of humorist and speechwriter Mark Katz, who runs the Sound Bite Institute. His Web site includes his best material, including speeches he has ghost-written for President Clinton and essays that have been published in The New York Times, Time Magazine, and The New Yorker.
Check out the latest musings of the Lord of Lake Wobegon on the Prarie Home Companion Web site.
An Oscar-winning filmmaker, a best-selling author, a skilled satirist, and a fearless provocateur, Michael Moore is one of the most entertaining activists on the political scene today.
Known for his acerbic rants, comedian Dennis Miller is one of the nation's funniest political commentators.
Read the latest punchlines from comedy writer Jake Novak, whose work regularly appears in Newsday and several humor Web sites.
Visit Conan O'Brien home page on NBC.com for his latest jokes and show highlights.
Hands down the nation's funniest conservative writer. His Web page has been set up primarily to hawk his books.
The 25-year veteran of the political satire circuit offers comic political insights through songs. TV Guide has called him "the funniest man on television," but Russell disagrees. "No, the funniest guys are always on C-Span."
Better known as the voice of The Simpsons' Mr. Burns, Mr. Smithers, Ned Flanders, Rev. Lovejoy and others, Shearer does dead-on impersonations of various politicians.