Eye Candy – Princeton 2008 Class Day Edition

Stephen Colbert wears a Princeton cap and jacket as he listens to a question Monday, June 2, 2008, in Princeton, after addressing 2,611 Princeton graduates-to-be assembled at Class Day, which is held each year the day before commencement. If you’d like to see more of our coverage of Stephen Colbert at the Princeton 2008 Class […]

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All You Need to Know: 4/13/08 Edition

Whew, you guys. There was a time when this weekly roundup was short and sweet (okay, bittersweet – during the strike days especially) but it’s grown long again. Stephen seems to be everywhere at once – doing interviews, presenting awards, doing shows, and preparing for road trips to Philadelphia. Please don’t skimp on your sleep, […]

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All You Need to Know: 3/23/08 Edition

Happy March Madness, and if you celebrate it, happy Easter! Even if you’re not a sports fan, you can still get into tournament fever with NFZ’s brand-new contest (see the details below). The best part is, you actually have a vote in the outcome this tourney. The Report is off next week, but we’ve got […]

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Stephen Colbert in the Zeitgeist: South Carolina Back Room Politics Edition

Here’s hoping for a quick and equitable settlement in the WGA strike. And here’s the zeitgeist for Wednesday, November 7, 2007. What really happened in South Carolina? NoFactZone posted the breaking news yesterday that Obama supporters had “lobbied” to keep Stephen off the ballot. Here are a few more quotes from those involved. Colbert vs. […]

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Obama supporters helped keep Colbert off the South Carolina ballot

What happened to the friendly challenge of the “grit-off”?! Don’t Senator Obama’s supporters have a sense of humor? Not according to CNN’s Political Ticker (emphasis added): Obama supporters pressed Democratic Party officials to keep Colbert off ballot Posted on the CNN Political Ticker November 6, 2007 COLUMBIA, South Carolina (CNN) — Two prominent supporters of […]

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‘Stephen Colbert Denied!’ in the zeitgeist

As first reported here on NoFactZone.net (well, after Politico.com reported it…) Stephen’s bid to be on the Democratic primary ballot in South Carolina was rejected by the state’s Democratic Party Executive Committee. Sorting through all the related news reports and commentaries kept me busy enough that the post I wanted to make yesterday is coming […]

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John Edwards is already missing the sibling rivalry of the Colbert campaign

Word from one of the viable candidates on Stephen’s rejection: In S.C., One Native Son Misses Another By Jeff Zeleny CHERAW, S.C. – John Edwards, it seems, missed an item from the morning newspaper. When a reporter asked for his reaction to the South Carolina Democratic Party’s decision to deny Stephen Colbert’s application to be […]

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In case you’re wondering . . .

Yes, Stephen should get his $2500 filing fee back (source: THE USA Today). He also wanted to appear on the ballot as “Stephen ‘South Carolina’ Colbert,” but unless he gathers the 10,000 signatures needed to run as an Independent, you won’t ever be seeing that on the ballot. Thanks a lot, thirteen members of the […]

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South Carolina can’t handle the truth: Stephen Colbert’s application rejected

Sigh. See below: S.C. Dems reject Colbert candidacy By: Kenneth P. Vogel Nov 1, 2007 02:36 PM EST Updated: November 1, 2007 03:16 PM EST Stephen Colbert’s satirical run for the presidency has run into its first roadblock – his bid to be on the ballot in the South Carolina Democratic presidential primary was rejected […]

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He’s doing it! Stephen Colbert files his papers for the South Carolina Democratic primary

Finally, some news unrelated to the possible strike! From The State.com: Breaking News: Officially, Colbert wants to run in Democratic presidential primary Host of the Comedy Central show – and S.C. native – filed papers this morning to be a Democratic candidate; now it’s up to the party’s executive council, which meets this afternoon Posted […]

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