What you need to know about paying taxes as a freelancer. Along with laughs, there were tears when the events of the world called for them, and of course, there were some necessary smackdowns. Hearing Jon explain why the once presidential nominee was so backwards on the issue is sweeter than an ice cream cone at a gay pride parade. This just reminds us how devastating it will be not to have Jon at the desk for the upcoming election. The Supreme Court is expected to issue its decision before its term ends in June. Stewart then criticized a number of the dissenting Supreme Court justices, singling out Samuel Alito for particular scorn for his fear the decision could result in those opposed to gay marriage being labeled as bigots. As Stewart noted with a giggle, even Walmart, the friendly face of evil corporations, said the bill doesn't fit their values.
In each show, anchorman Jon Stewart and a team of correspondents, including Aasif MandviJohn Olive r, Wyatt CenacJason Jones and Samantha Beecomment on the day's stories, employing actual news footage, taped field pieces, in-studio guests and on-the-spot coverage of important news events.
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We can see why. This, and other hypocrisies that lie at the heart of those opposed to same-sex marriage, will likely receive a full airing in the months to come as the Republican debates approach. Epic Fox News Takedown: These are the last gasps of a hate-spewing minority that is about to be soundly defeated come June. Stewart's takedown highlights what will likely become one of the central issues and liabilities of the Republican presidential contest. When Trump was questioned in a CNN interview about how his support for traditional marriage squared against his own three marriages, the Donald had no answer and could only concede it was "a very good point.
For the LGBT community, this is a major moment of success, though the work is not over. Men who have sex with men still cannot donate blood within a year of having intercourse. The Emmy and Peabody Award-winning Daily Show takes a reality-based look at news, trends, pop culture, current events, politics, sports and entertainment with an alternative point of view. Conservative columnist Charles Krauthammer called Friday's ruling a "huge loss for a democracy," while another Fox interviewer said she felt it "put a nail in the democratic process" — and of course there was polygamy. The Supreme Court is expected to issue its decision before its term ends in June. After the Supreme Court rules in favor of same-sex marriage, Justice Antonin Scalia issues a colorful dissenting opinion. Jersey Boys Save on Tix!