Stephen asks Sierra Club Executive Director Carl Pope if George W. Bush is a green president or the greenest president. From The Colbert Report with Stephen Colbert.
Gaahl, vocalist of the black metal band Gorgoroth, explains the ideology behind his music
Comedic genius Stewart Lee performs at the Montreal Just For Laughs comedy festival.
Here's the classic 'Aids in a Van' sketch from 'The League of Gentlemen' (Season One).
Pa Condell talks about Saudi and Islam.
We're doing a Dark Knight Spectacular edition of The Stack! First up we talk about our favorite Batman stories. We look at Arkham Asylum, Batman Year One, Bruce Wayne: Murderer, and The Long Halloween. Then we do a mini-Batman Speed Round with titles we felt were important to The Dark Knight Movie. Watch and see if your favorites made the list! We're doing a Dark Knight Spectacular edition of The Stack! Finally it's the review you've all been waiting for of The Dark Knight movie. This movie is the event of the summer, be sure to watch and see what the guys have to say about it. Let us know what you thought of the movie. Be sure to watch The Stack three times a week, and send your comments and questions to firstname.lastname@example.org! Dark KnightHeath LedgerChristian BaleBatmanArkham AsylumYear OneFrank MillerLong HalloweenJokerTwo FaceHarvey DentAaron Eckhart
As she accepts her 2008 TED Prize, author and scholar Karen Armstrong talks about how the Abrahamic religions -- Islam, Judaism, Christianity -- have been diverted from the moral purpose they share to foster compassion. But Armstrong has seen a yearning to change this fact. People want to be religious, she says; we should act to help make religion a force for harmony. She asks the TED community to help her build a Charter for Compassion -- to help restore the Golden Rule as the central global religious doctrine.
George Burns and John Denver starred in the 1977 Blockbuster Comedy Hit "Oh, God!". In this key scene George Burns (as God) is "grilled" by John Denver (the avergae Joe chosen to spread "The Word"). - Enjoy, and please take a moment to rate and comment.
Can you and your dog develop a telepathic link?
Henry Rollins explains why the theory of evolution cannot be denied by Christains because of it's mountain of evidence.
In The Virus of Faith, Dawkins opines that the moral framework of religions is warped, and argues against the religious indoctrination of children. The title of this episode comes from The Selfish Gene, in which Dawkins discussed the concept of memes. The Root of All Evil? is a television documentary, written and presented by Richard Dawkins, in which he argues that the world would be better off without religion. The documentary was first broadcast in January 2006, in the form of two 45-minute episodes (excluding advertisement breaks), on Channel 4 in the UK. Dawkins has said that the title "The Root of All Evil?" was not his preferred choice, but that Channel 4 had insisted on it to create controversy. His sole concession from the producers on the title was the addition of the question mark. Dawkins has stated that the notion of anything being the root of all evil is ridiculous. Dawkins's book The God Delusion, released in September 2006, goes on to examine the topics raised in the documentary in greater detail.
Comedian Dave Allen remembers his introduction to religion - his first day of school!
Nassim Haramein speaks at Rougue Valley Metaphysical Library in Ashland, Oregon
Army Spc. Jeremy Hall was raised Baptist but is now an atheist. His sudden lack of faith cost him his military career and put his life at risk, he says. Hall sued the Defense Department; claims military is a Christian organization. Pentagon official: Complaints about evangelizing are "relatively rare".
Tommy reads the truth of our life here on Earth.