The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Season 16 • 03/03/2011
Diane Ravitch doesn't think America is overrun with bad teachers, but with poverty.
Allison StangerThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Allison Stanger discusses the perverse situation in which America is funding the enemy in order to fight them.
Moment of Zen - Pizza Shop RivalryThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
A pizza shop owner allegedly drops off a bag of mice at a rival pizza place.
Mess O'North AfricaThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Libyans will just use Muammar al-Gaddafi's $400 handout to hit him with more expensive shoes.
The Pardon of the ChristThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Pope Benedict XVI lets Jews off the hook for Jesus' death, the 2012 Olympics logo angers Iran, and John Galliano covers Jewish affairs from Paris.
Mess O'North Africa - Muammar al-Gaddafi's DenialThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
As Libya falls to pieces around him, Muammar al-Gaddafi's options have narrowed down to how he's going to die.
Intro - Bad Word in a French AccentThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
A French teacher in the audience wants Jon to say a bad word in French as a signal to all French-speaking fans.
Tales of Principled BehaviorThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
The Supreme Court rules in favor of the Westboro Baptist Church, and BYU drops one of its star basketball players for an honor code violation.
Crisis in Dairyland - For Richer and Poorer - Teachers and Wall StreetThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
When will America's teachers follow the lead of Wall Street and start making some sacrifices for the children?
Moment of Zen - Public Employee Union vs. Wall Street Bonus ContractsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
According to Fox News, public employee union contracts bankrupt states, but the government cannot interfere with Wall Street bonus contracts.
Crisis in Dairyland - For Richer and PoorerThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Scott Walker puts the public sector unions -- and particularly teachers -- on notice that the gravy train is over.
Diane RavitchThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Diane Ravitch believes education reform should focus on getting children out of poverty, not finding the bad teachers.
Crisis in Dairyland - Tape ResidueThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
According to Fox News, Wisconsin protestors leave behind $7.5 million in tape residue.
Rand Paul Pt. 1The Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Rand Paul wants to talk about cutting entitlements and military spending to balance the budget.
Searching for the Wisconsin 14The Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
John Oliver bravely journeys into Illinois' savage, frozen territory to track down the missing 14 Democratic state senators from Wisconsin.
Rand Paul Pt. 2The Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Rand Paul agrees that some regulations are good, but an overzealous government will throw America further into recession.
Intro - Pantry of ShameThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Del Monte single-serve bananas are for people who love bananas but hate their biodegradability.
Moment of Zen - Easy to Fake DNA TestsThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Steve Doocy thinks it would be easy to fake a DNA test by putting somebody else's DNA in your mouth.
Indecision 2012 - Indecision Edition - Weak Republican ContendersThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
The Republicans' strongest contender for the presidential nomination is Hillary Clinton with a fake mustache.
Brian ChristianThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Brian Christian finds it interesting that computers are moving back to the fundamentals of daily life.
Indecision 2012 - Indecision Edition - Reagan OS 911The Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Inspired by the performance of Watson the supercomputer on "Jeopardy," the Republicans make a new candidate.
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