politics

Via: C-SPAN
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Brad and Dallas Woodhouse are brothers, but one is liberal and one is conservative.

This makes for some great TV (at least in terms of CSPAN programming). But what makes this clip even better is that their mother calls in to yell at them for fighting.

“Oh god, it’s mom,” said Dallas as the realization set in.

In the unplanned call, Joy begged her sons for some brotherly bipartisanship.

“I’m hoping you’ll have some of this out of your system when you come here for Christmas. I would really like a peaceful Christmas,” she said.

Via: The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
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"At the risk of being a wet blanket, Stephen refuses to engage in any kind of yellow journalism, despite the torrent of PEOTUS stories flooding the country."

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As if the president's selfies weren't enough, it became very apparent to those in the international sign language community that this interpreter here was basically just making things up on the fly and foregoing that whole "interpreting" (or "making sense") thing entirely.

Via: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
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What I'm seeing here is a strong, glaring symptom of Alec Baldwin's growing inability to break character: you can only play the cheeto puff-dusted, tangerine-coated, red-faced-angry-hockey-dad, golden-haired swine so many times before you lose yourself in the infinite abyss of the very man's tweet-riddled mind.

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