Supreme Court Jokes
Supreme Court Cartoons
View a collection of political cartoons about the U.S. Supreme Court and the confirmation of Supreme Court justices.
Sonia Sotomayor Cartoons
View a gallery of political cartoons about Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor.
Sonia Sotomayor Jokes
Read a collection of late-night jokes about Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor.
Antonin Scalia's Obscene Gesture
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia stirred up a rather hilarious controversy when he dropped an F-bomb and made an obscene gesture while attending church. View the damning photo.
Anna Nicole Smith and the Supremes
Check out jokes and satire about Playboy playmate Anna Nicole Smith's hearing before the Supreme Court.
Supreme Court Jokes
Jokes by the late-night comedians poking fun at the Supreme Court and Bush and Cheney's cronies on the court.
Samuel Alito Jokes
Read late-night jokes about Supreme Court nominee Sam Alito.
John Roberts Jokes
Read late-night jokes about President Bush's Supreme Court nominee John Roberts.
Funny Harriet Miers Pictures
View cartoons and parodies poking fun at Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers.
Harriet Miers Jokes
Read late-night jokes about Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers.
Study: Scalia Gets Most Laughs on Supreme Court
Court jesters they're not. But the justices on the nation's highest court do draw laughs during oral arguments, and a new study finds that Antonin Scalia brings in the most chuckles from the bench.
Song Parody: Hang on Stevens!
Listen to a song parody to the tune of "Hang on Sloopy" pleading with Supreme Court Justice John Stevens to "hang on." Performed by Mike Ruekberg and 2 Tickets 2 Paradise for the Al Franken Show.
Strip Search Judge Samuel Alito
Find out what secrets are hiding behind the robes in this interactive game from WorkingForChange.com.
'The Daily Show' on John Roberts
"The Daily Show" reports on John Roberts' Supreme Court confirmation hearings.
Cartoon: SNL Funhouse With John Roberts
Saturday Night Live" pokes fun at Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts and his refusal to say anything about anything. Animated cartoon by Robert Smigel.
Cartoons: Alito Confirmation Hearings
View editorial cartoons about the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito.
Cartoons: John Roberts and Umpires
View editorial cartoons about John Roberts comparing judges to umpires.
Cartoons: Harriet Miers For Supreme Court
View editorial cartoons about Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers.
Cartoons: Sandra Day O'Connor Retires
View editorial cartoons about the retirement of Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor.
Cartoons: Justice Scalia and Ducks
Editorial cartoons about the controersy over Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's duck hunting trip with Vice President Dick Cheney.
Harriet Miers's Blog!!!
The blog of the #1 smartest President ever's #1 pick to be the next Associate Justice of the Supreme Court!
Justice Is Duck Blind
Find out what really happened when Dick Cheney and Antonin Scalia went duck hunting. Hilarious animation by Free Range Graphics.
Animated Cartoon: 'Duck Season' With Antonin Scalia
Dick Cheney and Antonin Scalia go duck hunting in this animated cartoon by Mark Fiore.
Cheney and Scalia Defend Their Extracurricular Commingling
Vice President Cheney and Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia vigorously defend their extracurricular commingling in a joint statement from the Eisenhower Building Executive Hot Tub. Read their remarks at White House.org.
Supreme Court Overturns Gore's Endorsement of Dean
Just moments after former Vice President Al Gore endorsed former Vermont Governor Howard Dean for President in Harlem, the Supreme Court overturned his endorsement by a 5-4 margin. Read more from the Borowitz Report.
Top 10 Signs Your Supreme Court Justice Is On The Take
From the "Late Show With David Letterman," March 16, 2004.
God Overrules Supreme Court Verdict
In a stunning development, God invoked the "one nation under God" clause of the Pledge of Allegiance to overrule the Supreme Court decision that handed the White House to George Bush.
Supreme Court Rules Earnings Should Be Protected As 'Art'
In a surprise decision that exonerates dozens of major companies, the U.S. Supreme Court today ruled that corporate earnings statements should be protected as works of art, as they "create something from nothing," SatireWire reports.
Supreme Court Bitch Slap
Take out your aggressions on the Supreme Court with this cathartic game.