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The return of American values (or, at the very least, of Jon Stewart’s “The Daily Show”).

I miss the Jon Stewart era Daily Show. Yeeeeeah. He deserves a break, or to retire. But. I miss him and the entire cast n crew and how it kept growing. (Colbert Report, too.)

Jon Stewart was just shown on the the Jumbotron and mouthed “KP Sucks

Starters Houston: G De'Jon Jarreau, G Quentin Grimes, G Nate Hinton, F Fabian White Jr., F/C Brison Gresham Alabama State: G J Heath G Jeremy Hamilton, G Tobi Ewuosho, G Trevion Stewart, F Brandon Battle

Former @TheDailyShow  hosts Craig Kilborn (2003) and Jon Stewart (2017) visit the Stern Show, @robertAbooey  gets into it with @RALPHsGEEKTIME  over movie screening seats, and Howard remembers Greg Lake — hear it all on #Sternthology  today! #Howard101 

Jon Stewart talks benefits of plant-based diet at Monmouth U. 'Game Changers' screening

Two former ESPNrs now in DC join #TWSS ! @lindsayczarniak  on covering the Nats’ WS run, leaving ESPN & a 2-media-parent household. Plus, @reesewaters  on how DC handles actually winning stuff, plus his recent interviews with @TiffanyHaddish  & Jon Stewart.

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Jon Stewart mocks the college admissions scandal during fundraiser

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"Your indifference cost these men and women their most valuable commodity: time." Jon Stewart receives a standing ovation from 9/11 first responders after slamming lawmakers for failing to fund programs providing healthcare to the first responders

WATCH: Jon Stewart's full statement before House cmte., demanding additional funding for 9/11 victim compensation fund, which is set to expire next year. "Your indifference cost these men and women their most valuable commodity: Time! It's the one thing they're running out of."

‘You should be ashamed of yourselves.’ — Jon Stewart went off on Congress for not yet renewing the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund

Jon Stewart testifies for September 11 Victim Compensation Fund: "Accountability doesn’t appear to be something that occurs in this chamber…I'm sorry if I sound angry and undiplomatic, but I am angry, and you should be too."

Watch Jon Stewart's speech slamming Congress for its inaction supporting 9/11 victims and first responders. "What an incredible metaphor this room is. ... Behind me, a filled room of 9/11 first responders, and in front of me, a nearly empty Congress."

Jon Stewart has gotten conspicuously angry in public twice. The first time, he got Crossfire cancelled. The second time, he got this bill passed. He's already contributed more to American politics than Newt Gingrich has in 30 years.

Jon Stewart shed tears as a group of 9/11 first responders gifted him his late friend’s firefighter jacket

Awesome moment: Jon Stewart embraces a crying John Feal, the 9/11 first responder who led the organization pushing for the full extension of the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund, just after the bill passed in the Senate 97-2:

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thank you Jon Stewart, for making sure "never forget" isn't just a nice-sounding slogan

CNN’s Jim Acosta has turned down my invitation to appear on my radio show, joining a long list of no shows over the years, including:Bernie Sanders, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren, Chuck Schumer, Barack Obama, Jon Stewart, et al.