Tonight, director Michael Moore promotes his new documentary, Sicko.
Jon begins the show with another installment of "You Don't Know Dick". Tonight's little 'Dick nugget' is the fact that the Vice President's residence at the U.S. Naval Observatory is blocked out of Google Earth and pixelated. This is due to the fact that whatever Cheney touches, pixelates instantly.
Next, "Clusterf@#k to the White House". Jon reports on Giuliani's visit to Pat Robertson's Regent University and one of Giuliani's aid indicted on cocaine charges. Jon also reports on Former EPA Administrator Christie Todd Whitman who testified in front of a House subcommittee defending why she allowed 9/11 rescue workers to work in unsafe breathing conditions, proclaiming at the time that the air was safe to breathe.
Finally, Lewis Black in "Back in Black". Lewis talks about how right-wingers are trying to make the internet more conservative. Rupert Murdoch who owns Fox News is trying to control the left-wing liberal conspiracy machine by trying to buy it, namely trying to buy the parent company of The Wall Street Journal. Also, Wikipedia has its own conservative version called Conservapedia where it describes homosexuality as an immoral act. Youtube has spun off and been transformed by conservatives into QubeTV, which simply posts conservative video links off of Youtube like a video of Obama morphing into Osama bin Laden. Lewis ends his report telling us about a Daily Show spin-off show on Fox called the 1/2 Hour News Hour.
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