In which our intrepid correspondent tries to figure out whether all this brew ha ha about the sky falling is serious enough to call for a hat.
A political comedian can offer you all of his best material. Such is the case with Will Durst in this live recording from Cobb's Comedy Club in San Francisco. His performance is brought to you courtesy of the First Amendment.
In which our intrepid correspondent goes on and on and on about limits on free speech. And guess what? He's against them.
In which our intrepid correspondent gives thanks to his benefactor for going above and beyond the call of duty.
This is a complete, unexpurgated presentation recorded for XM Radio at the DC Improv. Possible side effects of listening to this recording may include but are not limited to: SEDITION, SEVERE BRAIN DAMAGE, PARALYSIS, PARTIAL AND TOTAL PARALYSIS, NEAR DEATH, DEATH, TAXES, ANTHRAX EXPOSURE.
"Would have rated it a 0 if given the option"
Dangerous incompetents on the Right. Waffling wimps on the Left. And only one brave comedian stands between them: Will Durst. In Ring Toss for Aliens, Will valiantly leads his one-comic campaign to make the world safe for satire. And pity those who fall prey to his barbed wit.
"Overdoing the Blue (State) Humor"
[Contains explicit content] Regardless of the collective angst looming over the November vote, it's time to take a moment to laugh at how far we've come this election season and all the characters we've met along the way. The Daily Show correspondent Roy Wood Jr. is our host of this Elections episode of Sounds Like America, where you'll hear a mash-up of hilarious cracks about every candidate -- including The Donald, Hillary, and Bernie.
In which our intrepid correspondent makes light of the perception problems facing the GOP in recent months. And he so enjoys doing it. He goes long.
In which our intrepid correspondent once again - and how tiring has this become - rails against the administration for the appearance of a lack of moral leadership. But who is he, Mr. Passed Out in His Clothes Again, to judge?
In which our intrepid correspondent voices his disappointment that the media attack deluge directed at talk show host Don Imus stopped right after he was fired.
In which our intrepid correspondent finally stands up on his hind legs and rebukes the Breck Girl for his two Americas- those that barricade themselves from the press in hotel bathrooms and those that don't.
In which our intrepid correspondent castigates the Democrats for not being able to stir any movement across the aisle with an issue larger than Montana.
In which our intrepid correspondent tries to follow the breadcrumbs of a certain U.S. Senator from Idaho, but gets lost somewhere around the North Dakota border. I know, you're shocked.
In which our intrepid correspondent is determined to greet 2007 by coming up with a list of resolutions he is confident he can keep.
In which our intrepid correspondent reveals what it is that he admires about a man who is able to look evil while wearing a short sleeved shirt.
In which our intrepid correspondent rails about the appearance on our shores of an infallible holy man - and no, he's not talking about Bono.
In which our intrepid correspondent wonders aloud on how all the Republicans can talk about Reagan and change at the same time.
In which our intrepid correspondent wanders into the heart of the Midwest and gets confused by all the people huddling in the corners.
In which our intrepid correspondent scrapes the bottom of the barrel that holds our national soul.
In which our intrepid correspondent once again lambastes an integral part of our nation's electoral process. What is wrong with this boy?