Jon Stewart railed against questionable moves by very conservative state politicians around the country in a segment called, “Sodomy! Zygotes! Welfare!”
First stop was Virginia where Republican candidate for governor Ken Cuccinelli opposes oral and anal sex.
Next was Tennessee state senator Stacey Campfield who wants to cut welfare to parents who have children with bad grades.
Campfield also has a theory about AIDS that he isn’t shy about sharing with the public.
- The U.S. government will sue Ferguson, Missouri, after the city tried to change a negotiated police reform settlement.
- Bernie Sanders' fundraising call after his New Hampshire win paid off: He's raised $5.2 million online since polls closed 💵
- And the girls from "Broad City" have graced us with the trailer for Season 3.