Stewart and Colbert Kicked Ass in Washington National Mall Today

Due to my overseas trip, I wasn’t able to attend the rally, but I monitored the event from satellite dish here in Tehran with friends via various channels. From the TV and various reports sent to me by friends on the foot there, it looks like there were about 250,000 people attended the Rally.

I think both Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert did a great job to unite the American people. However, when I turned the channel to Fox News, all they were talking about was the color of people that were there…and how many of which………How pathetic that they want to “undo” the commaraderie that was created today. Read more of this post

Rally to Restore Sanity fans Tweeting their journey to Washington D.C. National Mall

Just as the sun begins to rise in Washington D.C., the Twittersphere is buzzing with Tweets from people who already are on the National Mall or are making their way to Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert’s “Rally to Restore Sanity.”

While the official event doesn’t start until noon today, people are claiming their spots as early as possible in anticipation of large crowds.

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Jon Stewart’s “Rally to Restore Sanity” in Washington, D.C. Gone Global

The Jon Stewart’s “Rally to Restore Sanity” has found a foothold internationally, and is sparking similar minded events from Paris to Mt. Everest, reports the Christian Science Monitor.

Stewart’s rally, which will be held on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., October 30 is an attempt to try to turn the temperature down on America’s political rhetoric, which has become dangerously overheated in the eyes of the comedian. The appeal to our better angels has struck a cord with a lot of disaffected citizens who feel like their voices aren’t being heard above the din.

It looks like everyone all over the world is getting excited over this rally. I have been randomly seeing the buzz about it on several online French and Spanish media as well. Read more of this post

Bus trip to Rally to Restore Sanity in Washington DC Announced

The Eagle Eye will be sending a bus down to Washington D.C. on Saturday, October 30th to the Rally to Restore Sanity, which is being hosted by Jon Stewart from the Daily Show and Stephen Colbert from the Colbert Report on Comedy Central. Both TV hosts will be making appearances at this rally and over 70,000 people are expected to attend. This will be a unique experience and we are hoping you can come along.


Leave Lock Haven at 7am on Saturday, October 30th for D.C. (4.5 hr trip). Arrive around noon, which is when the rally starts. The rally its self is from 12-3pm. You may explore D.C. until 7pm which is when we plan to leave D.C. to return home. Read more of this post

Oprah Joins Arianna to give Jon Stewart audience rally tickets

In addition to Arianna Huffington free round trip bus ticket to DC,  last night, Oprah Winfrey also offered free airplane tickets to the Daily Show audience to attend  the Jon Stewart’s “Rally to Restore Sanity” . That was a big surprise for the audience  last night.

Oprah appeared via satellite on the Comedy Central show to announce that she was going to fly the audience to Washington, D.C., for Stewart’s “Rally to Restore Sanity,” taking place Oct. 30. Read more of this post

The Awesome Jon Stewart on our “Dependency on Foreign Oil”

This is one of the best segment of the Daily Show I’ve  seen – funny, genius, and well put!

With our president promising a plan to move America toward a non-petroleum based future, Jon Stewart took the time to give a little history lesson on the show last night. As he pointed out, Obama is certainly not the first President to come on TV and talk about a plan for energy-independence. No, no. It seems that going as far back as Nixon, every President has broadcast the same, if not similar, pledge. Read more of this post

Jon Stewart reveals DC Rally Location

Jon Stewart has revealed the location for his upcoming “Rally to Restore Sanity”on Oct 30th in Washington.

Stewart announced on an edition of The Daily Show last week that the October 30 political gathering will take place on the east end of Washington DC’s National Mall.

The National Mall is the site where Dr Martin Luther King Jr delivered his famous ‘I Have A Dream’ speech in 1963.

The comedian joked about the historic nature of the location by saying: “As far as we know, no huge iconic event has ever taken place there.”

He continued: “The National Mall is an incredible gathering place for all Americans and in desperate need of upkeep and repair, especially after all of us rally on it.” Read more of this post

Awesome Washingtonians Welcome Awesome New Yorkers!

As a we previously reported, Arianna Huffington promised on the “Daily Show” the Huffington Post will be providing round-trip transportation from New York to Washington for all those who need a ride to Jon Stewart’s “Rally to Restore Sanity” on Saturday, October 30th in Washington, D.C.

Those of you New Yorkers interested in joining us, here is the form for the Free round trip bus. You got time till this coming Friday to sign up. And PLEASE, do sign up. Read more of this post

Arianna Huffington Taking everyone from NYC to Jon Stewart’s Rally in D.C. for FREE

Arianna Huffington appeared on the Daily Show with Jon Stewart on Tuesday, and announced that she plans to provide free bus transportation to Stewart’s  “Rally to Restore Sanity”on Oct 30th in Washington from New York for anyone that wants to go.

So, here we go New Yorkers!  Now have one less excuse for missing the rally. Read more of this post

Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert to Restore Sanity in Washington, D.C.

Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert will be dueling rallies in Washington D.C. during Oct. 25-28, in an apparent attempt to poke fun at serious tone of political discourse in America and play on Glenn Beck, who hosted a highly-publicized “Restoring Honor” rally in D.C. less than three weeks ago.

The Daily Show,” Stewart will be hosting the “Rally to Restore Sanity” on Oct. 30 on the National Mall. He said the goal was to “take it down a notch for America.” Read more of this post