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Stewart and Colbert: Policing the system

Stephen Colbert wins the award for comedic integrity with his “March to Keep Fear Alive,’’ even if he doesn’t show up in this armored security vehicle. Stephen Colbert wins the award for comedic integrity with his “March to Keep Fear Alive,’’ even if he doesn’t show up in this armored security vehicle. (Charles Sykes/ Associated Press)
September 18, 2010

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Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert’s dueling rallies are built around the idea that politics in this country is so absurd that the best way to process the electoral season is through comedy. They’re more right than they should be. (Full article: 246 words)

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