Ah, nature. One presidential candidate wriggles off into a rocky crag to die a quiet undisturbed death. And another, stumbling the desiccated remains of the first's name, finds himself a new home.
Oh, maybe Colbert — once he grows too big for Cain's old name — can abandon it and crawl into Newt Gingrich's. I hear it's going to be available soon.
Tags: Colbert Super PAC, Herman Cain, Primaries, Republicans, South Carolina, Stephen Colbert
How do you spend a newly-found fortune in political contributions? It's a question that every red-blooded American will have to answer at some point in his or her life. Except for most.
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Tags: Colbert Super PAC, FEC, Food, Jon Stewart, Money, Super PACs, The Daily Show, Video
Some super PAC that is clearly not affiliated with Stephen Colbert in any way started running a somewhat bloodcurdling new attack ad against Mitt Romn– eh, I mean, against "Mitt the Ripper" in South Carolina…
It's always the one who look the least like ruthless deranged serial killers of corporations, isn't it? His neighbors, I'm sure, thought he was such a quiet CEO. Mostly kept to himself in his private penthouse office.
Tags: Colbert Super PAC, Mitt Romney, Primaries, Republicans, South Carolina
Stephen Colbert — who is to the search term "Super PAC" what Rick Santorum is to "santorum" — will be discussing his dalliances in the magical world of unlimited undisclosed campaign contributions in the age of Citizens United v. the FEC with Ted Koppel on Rock Center this upcoming Monday night. Here's a preview…
This is kind of embarrassing for NBC News, seeing as how Stephen Colbert doesn't actually control a Super PAC anymore. Not since he handed the keys to Colbert Super PAC over to Jon Stewart nearly a whole day ago.
Come on, dinosaurs! Strap on your jet packs and try to keep up with the rest of us!
Tags: Colbert Super PAC, Jon Stewart, Money, NBC, NBC News, Stephen Colbert, Super PACs, Ted Koppel, The Colbert Report
Well, that just happened. And, oh, did it happen! If anything, it happened too happeningly, if that's even a thing that can happen.
What I'm referring to, of course, is Stephen Colbert's decision on tonight's Colbert Report to have his attorney Trevor Potter transfer control of the Colbert Super PAC over to Jon Stewart so that he can begin exploring a potential presidential run…
"I am proud to announce that I am forming an exploratory committee to lay the groundwork for my possible candidacy for president of the United States of America of South Carolina,” Colbert said during the Thursday evening show, several hours before airtime on Comedy Central.
Look upon this heartwarming moment with your own eye-things…
The big announcement is coming up after the jump.
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Tags: Colbert Super PAC, Jon Stewart, Money, South Carolina, Stephen Colbert, The Colbert Report, Trevor Potter, Video